The sweetest pink nursery, all glamed up for the holidays!
Sourcing lovely festive items for this nursery was as simple as pie. It was just a matter of adding in a few shiny things to glam it up! It turned out to be quite a magical space in our home. Far from being traditional, it’s just perfect for my little girl.
My favourite part about styling her room was setting up this mini tree from Canadian Tire. It has fairly sturdy branches, so hanging heavier ornaments on it was a breeze. I filled it with vintage ornaments from my childhood. There is something beyond special about sharing pieces of your history with your children. My daughter is still barely 2, but one day I know she’ll love hearing about how I had a similar Christmas tree in my room growing up. I did pick up a few new additions, like a felt swan and pink ballet slippers from HomeSense, and these beautiful mini rose gold baubles. Instead of a star on top of the tree, I used one of her velvet hair clips. Legit so cute.
We usually hang headbands and hats on the hooks above her dresser, but I decided to switch these out with shimmery ornaments she can look up at while being dressed. And lucky for me, they are still out of reach! I saw this wool-woven tree at HomeSense in the most beautiful soft green colour, so added it to her shelf for a pop of texture.
This amazing bottle brush tree set from Indigo included a few pink and mauve coloured trees, for just the right amount of glitz. We updated her light box with a festive saying and perched a beautiful whitewashed nutcracker up on her floating shelves. And how sweet is this vintage car ornament? Some new board books for bedtime stories were the perfect finishing touch.
I just love how cheerful and sweet the rooms feels with these small and simple additions! I think I’ll have a hard time putting everything away in January, can bottle brush trees stay out year round?
Search 'Rosé All Day' on the project nursery blog to see this nursery in it's regular 'non-holiday' state! Full room product sources are listed there too.
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