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Chevron, Pink, Gray, and White Nursery


We were so excited when we found out we were having a baby girl. We wanted to create a calm, feminine, clean space for her. We wanted to incorporate a pretty pink in the room, without it being overwhelming.

We started with gray walls and then added a pink stripe around the top of the room. We found matching pink curtains and bedding from Carousel Designs (we used the Solid Coral Pink fabric). We went with solid pink bedding and curtains and added a gray/pink/white chevron changing pad cover.

We found our furniture for her room at Buy Buy Baby. We loved the look of the hutch and there was enough space to also use it as a changing table. We purchased a matching crib (convertible to a toddler bed), dresser/hutch, and nightstand (Sorelle Providence Nursery Collection in Espresso). We also found three, small shelves at Target, that really accent one corner of the room nicely. We purchased a gray glider from Buy Buy Baby, which is quite comfortable.

As décor, we had an adorable name block set made with matching pictures on Etsy. We just love Brooklyn's name blocks. I created a hair clip frame using matching pink fabric from Carousel Designs for the background of the frame. We framed photos from our maternity shoot around the room and once Brooklyn was here, we swapped some of these for her newborn photos. We purchased cute little chairs from Buy Buy Baby and placed sweet stuffed animals on them from Carters. The lamps were purchased from Bed Bath and Beyond.