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Girly Glamour


A glamourous girl room that any girl, young or old, would love to have!  

Design Inspiration

I became obsessed with the idea of anything Chevron and decided to base my nursery around a "focus wall" that everything could be tied back to. I also am more of a purple over pink girl and after thinking about painting my nursery gray, thought every little girl should have some color in their life and went with the soothing purple with gray and yellow accents. 

Project Details

Chevron Wall and Owl: Painted by  210.289.8951 

Paint: Benjamin Moore- Crocus

Crib: Potterybarn Kids- Skylar

Dresser with changing table top: Potterybarn Kids-Kendall 

Bookshelf: Potterybarn Kids- Cameron

Floor Lamp: Crate and Barrel- Metro II Swing Arm 

Mirror: Potterybarn Kids-Circle Blossom Mirror

Sheets: Potterybarn Kids- Chevron

Chair: Little Castle- Monaco

Personalized owl onsie: Etsy

Yellow bins in bookcase: Container Store

Owl Bookends: Potterybarn Kids

Favorite Items

I LOVE the Chevron wall! I can already picture how this room will transform into a room fit for a toddler and beyond. 


Have fun creating this space and try not to stress. I enjoyed looking at everyones nurseries on PN to get inspiration for this room.

Purple Girls' Rooms - Project Nursery

Thursday 5th of December 2013

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Angelina Piano LaMantia

Monday 11th of February 2013

I am actually in the middle of re-doing my little ones room and came across this picture on pinterest and fell in love. The Chevron wall, some of it looks metallic. Can you tell me what you did with this wall besides the puple and white to get that shiny effect?

Sara Abrams

Tuesday 11th of September 2012

I love your Chevron wall!


Friday 31st of August 2012

This nursery is lovely and very simple (which is a very good thing in my book). That only means you can do a lot more decorating here as time goes by, because the older your baby gets, you'd find more stuff to put here. And the more Sari shows her little personality, the easier for you to reflect it through the decor (unlike fully-decorated rooms where there's no more flexibility and the parents pretty much give the room its own personality -- which may be very different from the child's disposition).