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Harper’s Floral Whimsy Nursery


When I found out I was having a girl, I knew I wanted to go GIRLY! After a very rough-and-tumble boy, I knew it was time for florals and pinks. My jumping off point was the gorgeous Jolie Wallpaper from The Project Nursery Shop. Heart eyes for days! I quickly decided that everything else needed to be fairly neutral with a very clean design and minimal pattern and wall decor. We wanted a very soft gray paint color with pops of gold and just a little bit of pink.

My favorite part of the nursery has to be the gorgeous wallpaper, but a close second is the super-sweet hand-lettered name wall sign from Six Eleven Co. A few other notes - I tried ordering several different more budget-friendly drapes, but ultimately landed with RH Baby & Child's drapes, which were a bit of an investment for me (hello high ceilings!) but were SO worth it. They are amazing quality and block the light so perfectly during nap time.

I fell for the Babyletto Hudson crib long ago and think that it's clean lines and modern look are perfect paired with the whimsical floral wallpaper.

I'm always looking for ways to stay a little more organized so the baby shoe organizer DIY was a fun project. Take a simple tension rod and small curtain hooks, spray paint them gold (if you like gold as much as me!) and hang your baby shoes for easy finding. Side note: the shelves above the glider were another easy project - bought them from IKEA and spray painted the brackets (originally silver) gold for a chic look.

What a fun project was for this to work on for our sweet baby girl!



Monday 17th of May 2021

Where did you get the closet organizers and the shoe holders for the closet?

Lauren Benson

Tuesday 25th of February 2020

@Lory Butler - it's actually a metal round indoor/outdoor drum table from Target. I don't think they still carry the exact one, but could probably find a similar style. Hope this helps!

Lory Butler

Tuesday 25th of February 2020

What about the white "table" looks like white plastic? love it!


Monday 14th of October 2019

Where are the floating book shelves from and what are they called ?

Lauren Benson

Sunday 29th of September 2019

@Julie WIllenkin - The window is actually quite narrow! I extended the curtain rod to give the illusion of a larger window, but I'm sure I got the 50 inch. Two 50 inch panels for a 36 inch wide window was plenty! Thanks so much, appreciate the kind words!