Our baby girl needed a nursery and I decided to design a classically-inspired Paris themed nursery for her, with lots of delicate pink touches and gold accents.
I really wanted the room to be classic and somewhat clean but with a lot of pink - we had our son first so I was so excited to decorate a baby girl's nursery! There are so many beautiful things nowadays that lend to Parisian themes so I thought it would be a great place to start. I wanted to make Jillian's room pretty and practical, and give her a room that she can really grow into over the first few years.
Clean, organized & pretty
Paris & Audrey Hepburn Canvas Wraps, Small White Frames: IKEA
Curtain & Crib Bows: Wired Satin Ribbon from Michael's Craft Store
The Wooden Letter 'J': Michael's and Used Martha Stewart Glitter Paint in Gold
Paris Script Bedding: Carousel Designs
Tiny White Children's Rocking Chair: Costco
Pink Microfiber Children's Club Chair: Toys 'R' Us
White Book Case, Paper "Paris" Jewelry Box, Tiny 'Silver' Eiffel Tower, Dress Judy, Small White Picture Frame, Pink Baby Hangers, Pink Polka Dot Change Pad Cover, White Shelf with Knobs: Homesense
Paris Artwork in White Frames: DIY
White 'Chelsea' Crib: Natart Juvenile
Stork Craft 'Lily' Glider: Walmart
Rose Pillow, Gray Faux Fur Throw Blanket, Framed 'Oh La La' Print: Indigo
Dresser: South Shore 'Cottage' 4-drawer Chest in White
White Floating Shelf: Pottery Barn Kids
Pink Paper Butterfly Mobile: Pottery Barn Kids
Eiffel Tower Nightlight: Pottery Barn Kids
Curtains: Bed, Bath & Beyond
Paint, Lamp, Curtain Rod, Foam 'Crown Molding' for Above Chandelier: Home Depot
Vintage 1960's Black Cat Figurine: Handed Down from the Baby's Great Grandmother
All images are copyright Lisa Mark Photography
2 items - The Eiffel Tower canvas wrap from IKEA (I saw this years ago and had nowhere it fit into my apartment at the time. Now we own a house, and I thought my baby girl's nursery would be the perfect place for it! It was SO satisfying to finally buy this canvas wrap!)
I also really love the pink DIY shag rag rug I made because I scored an amazing deal on the fabric on-sale, and it took me weeks of work but kept me sane throughout the end of my pregnancy with Jillian.
Keep the pink walls subtle (I think it's really easy to let the pink colour overwhelm a room to the point where you might get tired of it). I still adore this paint colour!
Also there are a million decorative 'Paris' themed items available nowadays. So many in fact that I just ran out of room! Specifically check out Homesense and Indigo. Etsy is also amazing.