We wanted a happy, cheerful, girly place for our baby girl!
I found tons of inspiration on Project Nursery, Pinterest, and so many other wonderful websites. After many fun, but overwhelming months of searching I finally settled on a color scheme of silver, blue, and pink. I printed out the inspiration colors from a page on Pinterest and carried them around in my purse for 6 months in case I came across anything that may match. It was easier than bringing it home and having to return it if it was the wrong pink or blue. Mostly everything was either DIY'd, second hand with added touches, or very inexpensive "finds" on sale.
Modern, clean lines for the furniture. Vintage modern decor with a touch of glam. Lots of bling and soft, fluffy texture.
DIY'd - The canopy is from IKEA, but we cut off the clouds and made the silver flowers with a clear rhinestone to go in place of them.
The puffs above the changing table are made of tissue paper - I loved all the ones I saw on Project Nursery so I knew I had to make them!
The changing table is IKEA, we just changed out the knobs to crystal ones.
The crib was a craigslist find, but we painted the bottom drawer silver and changed out the knobs to crystal ones.
The chevron/zig zag sheets were ordered from ETSY. We decided against a bumper, even though they are so cute, because of all the safely controversy.
The pillows were sewed by my mom with fabric from Hobby Lobby.
Pink curtains, shelves, and frames were either from IKEA or Target. The jewels hanging from the curtains were Christmas ornaments my mom found in an after sale. I actually have about 10 more, I just can't decide what to do with them!
The feather and crystal chandelier is from Amazon.
The hair bow holder was DIY'd using the molding from an old kitchen cabinet my mom had laying around. I just hot glued ribbon from JoAnn's onto it and wha-la!
Any others I missed? Feel free to ask. :) Thanks for looking!
The chandelier! I just think it is so sweet and unique, beautiful and perfect for a baby girl's glam nursery.
Everyone's style and taste is different, so my advice is to just keep looking at as many rooms as you can until you see different pieces you'd like to take ideas from. There are so many great ideas out there! It's amazing how talented and creative people are!