Scarlett's nursery is the definition of a labor of love. My husband and I sheet-rocked the ceiling, removed wallpaper, patched damaged plaster walls, put up wood planking, painted, decorated and more, to create a room that would reflect our style and grow with her future personality.
The inspiration for this project was the combination of many beautiful rooms that I came across in my research. A lot of it was inspired from rooms like cozy kitchens and living rooms that I found on Pinterest.
I am drawn to all things shabby chic, cottage and flea market style. I love to incorporate family hand-me-downs and secondhand finds. I love white and the blank canvas that it provides.
DaVinci Jenny Lind 3 in 1 Convertible Crib (I found this to be the most affordable source)
Sweet Floral Crib Sheet: Carters
Crib Skirt with Gathered Trim: Oliver B
Harper Lamb Mobile: Pottery Barn Kids
Picture Frames: Pottery Barn
Wallpaper: Brewster Petra Red Roselle Toss
Ceiling Light: An Etsy find that I refinished with Rub 'n Buff
Ektorp Jennylund Chair: IKEA
Mirror: A family hand-me-down
Floors: DuraSeal Quick Coat in Medium Brown and Basic Coatings Emulsion Pro in Super Matte. I didn't want any kind of shine on the floors. I love the way this poly came out.
Roman Shades: compliments of my mom. She used a tutorial and made them from painter's drop cloth! I couldn't decide on a fabric so we thought these would make a good temporary stand-in, but I kinda love them now.
I love the wallpaper. It took a lot of research to find the paper that I had in my mind.