I love anything shabby chic, but I didn't want the nursery to be pink overload so I decided to go with blue instead (and include pink accents of course!). My mom made the bedding, curtains, diaper stacker, awning, and birth info square. We used this same nursery for our first, but updated it with the bead board and new personalized decor for our second.
Shabby chic style
I love traditional with a modern twist
Crib - Jenny Lind from Amazon.com
Armoire, & changing table from JC Penny (When they used to sell nursery furniture)
Blanket rack - Amazon.com
Small white cabinet - Shabby chic bathroom line at Target
Pink rug - Kids Shabby Chic line from Target.com
Pendant & "V" - handmade
Pink Shelves - used from another room (were cherry wood & spray painted them pink)
Ornate frame - Ikea (came black, but spray painted it white)
Baskets - Shabby Chic line at Target
Pink Fan - Home Goods
Pink Frame - The Lollywood Shop on Etsy
Vintage baby prints in frames - local vintage shop
Small blue rug - Home Goods
Basket on changing table - Pottery Barn Kids
Mirror - Home Goods
The chandelier :) It came in a horrible gold color, but I couldn't resist the inexpensive online price. The hubs spray painted it white & I added pink trim to the lamp shades.
Try to think out of the box and make more of an eclectic look by purchasing through different vendors. Everything will still match, without the "matchy-matchy" feel.
I know it’s been a long time, but could you please share the blue wall color you used? I have been trying for 5 years and finally get to make nursery. Would be so grateful! Thanks.
You have created a very designer look with your creative ideas. You knew what you wanted and didn’t stick to just what was offered. I really liked how you went where ever you found items and made them work for you. I personally like using sheets as fabric to create the look I want. Sweet Dreams!
Love that boutique canopy above the changing table. So chic!