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Mila’s Gold and Peach Nursery


When I found out I was having a girl I knew what I wanted her room to look like. Neutral with splashes of peach and gold!

Design Inspiration

I wanted the room to feel very vintage and girly, but with some masculine touches.

Decorating Style

I am very traditional and love antiques. I like clean and warm. I tried to bring in some modern touches but wanted to keep with my normal aesthetic.

Project Details

We found out Mila would need surgery after she was born when I was 32 weeks pregnant. She spend 8 weeks in the NICU and during that time we moved into our new home (in a new city!). It was very important to me to have her room ready before she was discharged and it was the first room we completely finished. It was perfect. We were gifted the large items but the total cost of the room was under $1500.

Most of the items I included were found in local antique malls. I used Pinterest for inspiration but wanted to make sure it was a unique room for my little girl. The "You are our Greatest Adventure" is from this wonderful shop on Etsy and was a gift from our grandparents. The white box shelf and wooden shelves above it from Ikea and the bed is the Davenport crib. The adorable elephant mobile and lovey were gifts from one of my clients. Many of the other touches were gifts and heirlooms.

My step dad and I made the deer antler and wisteria vine clothing rack. I made the MILA flower name above her crib!

Favorite Items

The cross stitch picture above the two dresses is by far my favorite item. My dad cross stitched it when I was 7 years old and he passed away when I was 10. It is a beautiful way to keep his memory in Mila's life.


Don't fret! It was very hard to find gold and peach items that I loved so my goal was to find items I loved. I decided to do tans/browns and add the gold and peach around it. I know her room isn't very practical for a little girl but it makes my heart smile.