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Pink and Green Girl’s Nursery


I wanted to create a nursery that was feminine and bright, but not too "babyish".  We also wanted to stick to a budget and completed a few DIY projects for the room.  My mom was a huge help and did the sewing for the curtains and crib skirt and helped with the wall stencil!

Design Inspiration

I found the fabric for the room first and used that as my inspiration. I loved the idea of using pink and green in the room and wanted something cheery and bright, as well as girly!  When I saw this fabric, I loved it instantly and knew it was perfect for Emma's room!

Decorating Style

Bright and cheery!  I love mixing old with new.

Project Details

Crib Skirt and Curtains--Custom made (fabric from local shop Tassels)

Dresser--yard sale purchase that we painted white

Round Mirrors--yard sale purchases that I repainted

Bird mobile and art above dresser were DIY projects & the pink and white chevron blanket was a handmade gift from my sister


Favorite Items

My favorite item in the room is the pink and white chevron blanket that my sister made for my daughter--It's just so beautiful and special!  But I also love how the stenciled wall turned out.


This room was created on a budget.  A lot of the items for this room were either DIY projects or yard sale finds, but we did spend a little extra on the fabric for the curtains and the crib skirt.  Stenciling the wall behind the crib took some time but gave a big impact without spending a lot of money.

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  1. avatar Rachael says:

    What is that wall paint color? Pretty.
    I also have a DIY bird mobile, same birds but thicker branches and the bird are strung from each level of sticks/braches..pretty.

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  4. avatar Jenn says:

    I love love love this nursery! I’ve been browsing nursery themes for a friend of mine whose due in August. This is my favorite by far! I love that the neutral wall color allows for pops of color in the accents. And I love the eclectic style; perfect blend of classic, modern, mid-century, global chic… funky! Lots of patterns and textures for baby’s developing brain. And of course it’s a bonus that this can be done on a reasonable budget. Kudos!

  5. Hi there, I have the same capiz chandelier, but what kit did you add to it to get it mounted? Please email me, as Im trying to do the same. Thanks! uwcaligirl at gmail

  6. avatar Lulubean says:

    So bright and airy, the layered patterns and gorgeous colors are wonderful!

  7. avatar Jennifer says:

    I keep returning to this nursery . . . it is just perfect! I adore the drapes, the dresser, the lamp, the mobile, the pillow . . . everything!! Well done!

  8. avatar New Arrivals, Inc. says:

    I love the simple skirt!

  9. avatar sheeks says:

    great room! quick question about the wal-mart rocker, do you like it and did you buy a slipcover for it?

  10. avatar Sabrina-PN says:

    Beautiful job! Congrats on being one of the picks of the week. Please
    remember to get spread the word and get as many Facebook “likes” as
    possible by Monday as we find out the Readers’ Favorite.

  11. avatar Zen says:

    Very pretty, feminine and tasteful! I love a lot of things in this room: the leaves wall stencil, the colors, the curtain fabric, the mobile, and even the baby! :)

  12. avatar Dina @ Honey + Fitz says:

    I’m pretty much obsessed with all things textiles and if I’m not mistaken, I recognize that curtain fabric as Braemore’s Emperor’s Garden in Blossom and the fun lattice pattern on the crib skirt as Braemore’s Secret Garden in Blossom. Here are links to both:

    P.S. if you like these colors but want something a little more whimsical, I’m also in love with Braemore’s Maneka Cherry Blossom which features some fun animal imagery, also perfect for a nursery I think!

  13. avatar cat says:

    love Emma’s room!!! I could move right in :) Do you know who is the designer for your curtain fabric? I’d love to find it local to me.

  14. avatar PamGinocchio says:

    Amazing nursery! I love that you shop at TJMaxx too. I’m a total maxxinista! The soft colors, layered patterns and wall stencil really make the room. Congrats

  15. avatar Melissa says:

    Love the colors and your fabric choices. Its such a soothing space. Great job!

  16. avatar Becky says:

    Do you like this rocker? I have looked at this one a few times and have found mixed reviews but it seems like a great deal