This project is our sweet baby girl Kinley's nursery!
I saw the crib bedding on Caden Lane's website and fell in love!
For this nursery...dainty, chic, girly
The bedding, blankets and fabric (used to make the window panels, mini pillow, and bow on the lamp) are from Caden Lane (www.cadenlane.com). The lamp is from Rosenberry Rooms (www.rosenberryrooms.com) and Kinley's name letters are from a shop on Etsy (candicenkatiesart).
DIY Tips: Well Caden Lane sells the wall decal of the tree, but because of size, we needed to paint it our self. My husband drew it (he's an artist) with white color pencil and painted it with white acrylic paint...then purchased the flowers and rhinestones from Caden Lane and attached them. Then, he added our own touch by painting a heart with her initials in the middle. The wall with the design from the rose lattice fabric was painted by myself using a stencil. I believe the stencil was 23" x 23" and I moved it across the wall. I painted it with white acrylic paint and it needed 3 coats each. This was very time consuming, but I loved the end result! :) The window panels were created by my mom. I wanted them to match the layout of the fabric on the crib with the Rose Dot, then the Rose Lattice, and finally the Zebra. My mom also sewed a small circle of the Rose Dot fabric to make a mini pillow for Kinley's rocking chair. She sewed a bling button in the center. She also sewed a long piece of the Rose Dot fabric to tie a bow around the lamp that sits on the dresser.
These pictures show the room before Kinley was born, so it does not have the picture frames showing. Above the chocolate brown rocking chair, there are now white vintage frames with pictures of little miss Kinley! :)
I will add some pictures of Kinley's newborn pics in her room! :)
I have to say the crib bedding because it was the start of all the planning and decorating!
Enjoy creating your nursery or big girl room (Caden Lane has the big girl bedding in this fabric)...don't settle...take the time to get what you want for the room and be patient! Start early if you are planning on painting the rose lattice design! :)