Feminine Floral Toddler Transition Bedroom

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Description

Spring is here... and so is our new 'nursery' look! I've decided to begin the transition of our little lady's nursery into something a bit more sophisticated as she has blossomed into her toddler years and is nearing the time for a big girl bed. Utilizing many of the decorations from her Floral First Soirée (found here https://projectnursery.com/projects/floral-first-soiree/), I chose to continue with a floral theme in hopes of it lasting until she tells me otherwise! I continued with some coral hues but mainly pushed the blush tones for this new look. I'm still on the hunt for a perfect light fixture. A big girl bed is coming soon-ish, excuse me while I tear up!

*Update: Big girl bed made with love by Pappy.

4 Comments

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    It’s so fun to see how you updated this space for your growing girl! What a great way to repurpose her first birthday decorations. Thanks for sharing!

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    This room is Beautiful! My 7 yr old wants to redo her room. Currently it is a light aqua blue. She wants blush, pinks, peach and the wall color you have here is wonderful. Not too pink, very neutral. What is the wall color? Thank you!

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