A shabby chic, vintage style nursery. Soft and feminine with a touch of vintage inspired items.
After having a boy I was very excited to decorate for a baby girl! I envisioned a feminine, soft and elegant room. I wanted a vintage inspired nursery mixed with pink and gold accents, a room she can grow into.
My decorating style would best be described as traditional and classic mixed with modern touches. I love anything floral and vintage!
Wall Color is Rodeo by Benjamin Moore
Davinci Jenny Lind 3 in 1 Convertible Crib is from Wayfair.com
Art Piece above the crib was made by a family member
DIY ribbon and lace mobile above crib-Idea was found on Pinterest
Vintage dresser and nightstand are garage sale items that were repurposed and painted Blush Pink by Benjamin Moore
I found the mirror above the dresser, vintage knob hooks, accent pillows and the gold picture frames from Kohls. They have a whole shabby chic, vintage line that's very affordable!
Chandelier and shelves are from Menards (we spray painted the brackets gold)
Ivory Shag Rug, crib sheet and skirt are from Target
Small ivory lamp is from Amazon.com
Kelcie swivel/glider chair is from Wayfair.com
Floral pouf is from Zillow.com
Gypsy shabby chic, sheer pink ruffled curtains are from Bedbathstore.com (very affordable)
I searched Etsy for printable images (pennyjanedesign) I could frame and hang on the wall. I also ordered the pink and gold mason jar from Etsy (prettysimplyjars) and bought fake flowers from Micheals to put in it.
Other accent pieces are from TJ Maxx
I'm most proud of how the dresser and nightstand turned out! They were super affordable and adds to the vintage feel of the room. I also really like how my DIY mobile turned out. It really draws all the colors in from the room and adds to the feminine touches. My favorite piece is the monogrammed art that hangs above her crib. The frame is a family heirloom that will be passed down to her. It adds a sentimental value!
Don't be afraid of consignment shops and garage sales when looking for eclectic/vintages pieces. I collected smaller pieces for the nursery and worked around those to envision the rest. Pinterest and Etsy were also my best friend for gaining ideas. Don't be afraid of DIY projects, they can be fun and a focal point in your nursery!