After having two boys, my husband and I were ecstatic to finally have a little girl in our home. This nursery was a mix of French Provincial, farmhouse, and shabby chic. I was working on a very tight budget, so most things were either purchased off craigslist or vintage antique marts and re-done.
My inspiration was formed through many nights pinning precious nursery ideas on pinterest, and also a little Joanna Gaines "Fixer Upper" inspired.
This nursery was a mix of French Provincial, farmhouse, and shabby chic. I used a soft color pallet to reflect all things girly.
Wall: DIY shiplap from pinterest tutorials
Wall Decor: From Hobby Lobby/Home Goods and painted to match
Jenny Lind Crib: Amazon. Painted in French Linen Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan
Curtains: Drop cloths from Lowes and I used Stitch Witch to make the ruffles.
Night Stand/Dresser: French Provincial found on Craig's list and redone with Annie Sloan Old White and a Behr pink custom paint that I had them match to a picture frame someone gave me.
Old Shutters: Originally hunter green but painted and distressed in Duck Egg, Old White and the matched pink
Bookcase/China Cabinet: Found at a Vintage store that paints old furniture
Old Window and Frames on top of the Bookcase: Old window found at a restore for $2 and stripped and repainted. White Frame with Duck Egg made by me.
Fabric Banner: Made by me with fabric, burlap and ribbon from Hobby Lobby
My favorite items were definitely the shiplap wall, and the old wooden shutters.
Just use your imagination and don't be afraid to paint! You can always repaint it if you don't like it!