I had so much fun designing this Mid-Century #boho bunny nursery for our baby girl - coming Fall 2021!
Ever since I was a little girl decorating has been my passion. I never actually played with Barbie's- I designed their living spaces and would create Barbie condos inside our living room bookshelves. When we found out we were having a baby GIRL my creative juices started flowing - THE NURSERY. My pregnancy has had may challenges and her nursery became my happy place and the best distraction ever. I am so grateful.
Wall Color: Etiquette AF-50 | Benjamin Moore
I wanted our daughter to be surrounded by style, beauty and a touch of charm. I was going for a Mid-Century Modern meets #boho chic vibe. I was on the prowl for wooden, antique brass, macramé and vintage accents. We were fortunate enough to receive that gorgeous #MCM 8-drawer (maple?) dresser, passed down by my husband's grandparents- which became the focal point of her nursery. I changed out the dresser knobs with a glam white marble/brushed brass style pull. Continuing the Mid-Century mood, we incorporated a white wooden crib with slanted legs and a gold tripod floor lamp in the corner of the room. I was obsessed with West Elm's velvet curtains, but couldn't swallow the price, so I found plush faux velvet drapes in Ballet Pink from Amazon for around $45. The bracket shelves were a steal from Ikea and so much fun to style... I found random accessories from TJ Maxx and Target's dollar spot! The floating shelves above the changing dresser display simple, dainty pictures, candles and a rainbow abacus. I wanted a #Rattan piece displayed above the changing dresser and found this 9" Rattan mirror from Ikea for only $29.99! The area rug was on sale from Bed, Bath & Beyond in a neutral geometric pattern! I found the cutest mini #Rattan mirrors from a local shop in town called Mis Plantitas. The accordion hook rack was like $6 from Amazon and made for the perfect headband holder. The light grey glider was actually from my son's nursery and ordered from Wal-Mart (great quality and price) - see his nursery gallery "It's a Wild World" for the glider link. The side-by side bunny photos are from Amazon - I believe the brand is Kate & Laurel... they are canvases framed in natural wood. Last, but not least- the nesting tables... they were a steal from HomeGoods, tying together the brass accents around the room, like the curtain rod, dresser drawer knobs and closet door handles. For anyone looking to create a darling nursery on a budget- you can do it! It is possible. We found everything from Amazon, Ikea, TJ Maxx, Target, Target's dollar spot and Bed, Bath & Beyond. My motto is- it's not what it costs, it's how you style it. *BIG shoutout to my Uncle for hanging everything for us! Your skills are much appreciated!