Soft pastel colors, with pops of gold give this nursery a pretty yet modern feel, all while being soothing and calming for the new baby.
My inspiration was "pretty pastel". I knew I wanted something very soft and calming, yet modern and chic. I like mixing patterns and didnt want to go overboard with the pinks.
My decorating style is a mix of vintage and modern. From the vintage rocker and dresser to the modern crib and ceramic elephant head.
Crib: Ikea - Gulliver *Painted true white
Crib skirt: Restoration Hardware Baby - Gathered voile in petal
Crib sheet and change pad cover: Custom from Esty - Rosemilk pattern by 3LollipopGirls
Rocking chair: Redo, was real mahogany, repainted in Behr pure white
Throw blanket: Home Goods
LOVE and HI throw pillows: DIY - bought plain throw pillows, 2 yards of gold sequin trim from JoAnns and hot glued words of choice onto the pillow
Dresser: Redo - Was espresso in color with bronzed hardware, repainted in true white and spray painted gold hardware
Gold dresser tray: Homegoods
Ceramic Elephant head: DIY - Found this gem in silver and painted it using white chalk paint, folk art gold paint for the tusks and hot glued the Flower from Hobby Lobby.
Gold accent table: Homegoods
Feather mobile: DIY
Wall art: Frames Home Goods, Art: Etsy *caty99, Arteecor
Shelves: Custom Ebay, Hhatchs 24"
Bunny: Pottery Barn Kids
Starburst Mirror: West Elm
Curtains: Homegoods, I added the pompom trim with a hot glue gun
Monogram: Craft Cuts *Came unfinished I painted it white and added the flower
Rocking Horse: DIY *Was an old brown and black horse, I repainted white, added the pink and gold reins (Hobby Lobby) and the jewel eye and flower.
Pink Ruffle crib pillow: Homegoods
Gold Lamp: West Elm
Paint: Lime Light by Behr - Satin Finish, window wall is true white also by Behr
I am so pleased with how everything turned out but I am most pleased with how the dresser turned out. It was beat up and dark, it really came to life with a fresh coat of paint on the wood and hardware. I also love the elephant head and feather mobile as that is where most of my blood sweat and tears poured into, very time consuming projects.
The softer the better. Think pastels. The gold is such a pretty compliment to pastel colors.