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Gracie’s Shabby Chic Nursery


A baby girl was on the horizon and after two boys, Mrs. Valentino was thrilled to have us design a girly room. Gracie's room.

Design Inspiration

My client was looking for a soft, feminine, girly look. She loves a vintage, shabby chic style and loves to accessorize. Light pinks and ditzy florals made it feminine and the vintage furniture gave us a shabby chic design.

Decorating Style

Shabby chic/vintage are what I connect with the most, but I can be fun and funky too. I love creating unique, beautiful rooms that have a sense of fun and playful elements. I design rooms that can grow along with the child.

Project Details

Gracie's banner was handmade for the room. The furniture was found at several antique shops. The bedding is collected items from different places.

Favorite Items

My favorite item is the banner. It brings a bit of personalization to the room and adds to the color palette and style.


Collect your items from more than one place. You can mix some old with some new, just try to get a cohesive look for the room. Make sure to add different elements to a collage wall, like framed photos, an inspirational quote or signage and some fun elements of some kind. Just have fun with it!

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  2. avatar Sara Feldman says:

    Where did you get the bird cage on wall and also the piece under it?

  3. avatar Jenea says:

    Please share where the crib is from, if possible. Thank you!

  4. avatar Sadie says:

    Where is the bedding from

  5. avatar maria says:

    Thanks for the inspiration, made one for my granddaughter’s baby shower.

  6. avatar Niki says:

    Can you tell me what color and brand paint you used for the walls?

  7. Dear Project Nursery,
    The Banner, the banner I must make the banner. Although it is not for a nursery I want to make one for my mother’s hospital room. She loves Shabby Chic. Anything to change the way a hospital room looks for a long term stay. If you have any suggestions, please if possible would you share? I live in the Pacific Northwest. WE have JoAnn fabrics, but great quilting stores I have heard from the nurses. Thank you in advance. I am far tooooo young to be thinking of babies but this is a beautiful room. H.L.

  8. avatar Prudence Acosta says:

    Just Beautiful! Absolutely love it =]

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