A mint, pink and coral vintage chic nursery for our baby girl Harper. After going into preterm labor unexpectedly and delivering at 27 weeks, life was became a bit chaotic. Creating a beautiful nursery became the one thing I felt could still turn out as planned. After visiting my baby girl in the NICU, I would come home and paint (and paint, and paint), plan, and work on things to create a lovely room for her to come home to. It was my therapy.
It took me forever to decide on colors for the nursery, but once I came across this fabric and this inspiration room on Pinterest, I fell in love. The crib skirt fabric is Caitlin Wilson’s Mint Fleur Chinoise, and it set the tone for the whole room. I custom-ordered the crib skirt, changing pad cover, and pillow cover on Etsy.
I don't know that I really have a certain style. My home had pretty contemporary décor, which I have been gradually swapping out for more country style décor. I just enjoy pieces that I love and think are pretty!
You can read more about this room and find a detailed source list on my blog.
The crib skirt is my favorite item. I custom ordered the skirt (along with the pillow and changing pad cover). It's designer fabric, so it was a splurge for me, but so worth it! I also love the mint dresser/changing table.
A lot of these pieces were given a second life with a coat of paint or a new slipcover. See the potential in secondhand furniture! A little elbow grease can save a lot of money.