This pink and gold nursery with pops of Tiffany blue was done on a $2500 budget from top to bottom. There is a lot of DIY and revamping that took place to make this sweet oasis for our baby girl.
The inspiration from this room actually stemmed from an elegant wedding cake.
My decorating style is eclectic. I feel this nursery is a mix of Hollywood regency meets chic airy cottage.
Since gold items are hard to find for a reasonable price, everything gold was spray painted with Rustolem's metallic gold paint. I was shocked with how sleek the paint went on, no dripping or clumps. The metallic stripes on the wall was "Rose Petal" from Martha Stewart. The floral mobile was a DIY.
The dresser is an heirloom that we painted and built a tray to hold the changing pad. It is a family piece and my Father-in-law painted it making it extra special.
When painting a room pink make sure to not go too pink, this is a very dusty rose color, wood putty from Martha Stewart I believe and still appears very pink. Stay away from bubble gum pinks when painting the entire room.