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Navy, Lavender and Mint Baby Girl Nursery


Baby girl's navy and white nursery with lavender and mint accents

Design Inspiration

I knew I wanted a navy and white nursery, with fun accent colors. I'm not a pink person, and wanted something different for our baby girl. I incorporated splashes of lavender and mint to brighten up the room. I love how it turned out!

Decorating Style

Simple, classic

Project Details

Storkcraft Venetian Crib: Amazon

Crib Sheets: Target

Crib Skirt: Pottery Barn Baby

Curtains: Overstock

Dressers/Changing Table: Craigslist

Changing Pad (navy and white): DIY from my mom

Bow Hanger: DIY from my MIL

Billy Bookcase: IKEA

Alphabet: DIY using blank 16x20 canvas and small wooden letters from Hobby Lobby, hot glue, and acrylic paint

"Baby Makes 3" Sign: Gift

Wall color: Passive Gray from Sherwin Williams

Pom Poms: Paper Lantern Store, 12" Navy, 6" Navy Garland, 8" Water Blue and Lavender

Favorite Items

My mom made the quilt, which fits her nursery perfectly and is so special to me.

The pom poms over the crib add a great pop of color and Baby Girl has just started noticing them and loves to lay in her crib and stare at them!


Don't be afraid to mix patterns. I love a clean look and was worried that there would be too many patterns, but I love how it turned out.

If you are looking for a gray paint color, I highly recommend priming your wall BEFORE putting up samples. The primer made a huge difference in how the gray looked. We originally ruled out this color, but after the primer, it was perfect.