Sloane's nursery is girly, but still sophisticated enough to blend with the rest of our home. It's a really large room, so we wanted it to double as a guest room and be able to repurpose some of the items down the road. We're also in a rental apartment, so could only really change the wall color.
I first saw the elephant fabric and then everything flowed from there. I love woodblock-style fabrics and elephants are good luck, so I thought it would make for a really sweet, yet sophisticated nursery. Thankfully, my mom is an excellent seamstress since the fabric is only available by the yard (except for a quilt that is also available through Rickshaw).
I like to pick things up when I travel and quality is really important to me, so our home is a mix of eclectic but comfortable furnishings.
Elephant fabric and quilt - Rickshaw Designs, http://rikshawdesign.com/fabric/taj-fabric-elephant.html
Marlowe changing table/dresser and bookshelf - RH Baby & Child, http://www.rhbabyandchild.com
Nightlight - RH Baby & Child, http://www.rhbabyandchild.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=rhbc_prod241204&categoryId=rhbc_cat101062
Plush elephant - RH Baby & Child, http://www.rhbabyandchild.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=rhbc_prod381083&categoryId=search
Draperies (handmade, but base draperies are from IKEA and pom poms were found on eBay)
Crib bumper - Serena and Lily (ribbons hand-attached), http://www.serenaandlily.com/Baby/A-La-Carte-Crib-Bumpers-White-Basics
Crib skirt - Serena and Lily (elephant fabric and piping were sewn onto basic white skirt), http://www.serenaandlily.com/Baby/A-La-Carte-Crib-Bumpers-White-Basics
Gray bins (on bookshelf & changing table) - Container Store, http://www.containerstore.com/shop/storage/openBinsBaskets/plastic?productId=10029580&N=71223
Paint - Benjamin Moore, Pink Cloud
Headboard - OneKingsLane
Alphabet Cards - JustBunch on Etsy, http://www.etsy.com/shop/justbunch?ref=shop_sugg
Crib, rocking chair, side table - vintage
Definitely the draperies! I think they are so sweet and have the right amount of impact for the large windows.
If you find a fabric you love, there are a lot of easy ways to integrate it into the room whether you can sew or not (I did the bulletin board above the changing table with a glue gun).