A whimsical and soft nursery for a sweet girl. I wanted the room to be light and inviting yet something that wasn't too "baby" so she could still love the room as she gets older.
The "Do You Suppose She's a Wildflower?" print. I loved all the colors and it worked well with the bedding that I loved. Plus, it was ironic that my husband and I fell in love with the name Violet shortly after I started planning the nursery.
Usually, I play it safe. I tend to go with grays and whites. This was one of the few times that I went with pieces and ideas that I truly loved. It was a bit of a risk for someone who is indecisive like I am, but I'm so glad I went with pieces I loved.
The accent wall. It took a lot of time to make sure all the phrases were level and spaced out evenly, but it turned out so beautiful. It was so worth the time it took to put up.
Go with your gut. If you love something, find a way to incorporate it. It doesn't have to match 100% and it usually works well if you just follow a color scheme.
Saturday 10th of September 2016
I actually know this one, Brianne! I have the same ones. They're from Pottery Barn Kids and I believe the pattern is Addison. They are blackout panels, too so they're perfect for a nursery.
Friday 9th of September 2016
Your nursery is beautiful! Can you tell me the fabric name used for your curtains or where purchased if store bought? Thank you so much!
Thursday 18th of August 2016
Hi all! So sorry I didn't respond. The mirrors were from Home Goods. The pink wall paint is Sherwin Williams Orleander and the white was Snowfall. Most of the prints were random etsy finds but the "Do you suppose she's a wallflower" print is from Katie Daisy. Also the large square was by Michelle Armas. The closet organizer was from Home Depot.
Emerson Grey Designs
Thursday 24th of March 2016
Your nursery turned out soooo cute!! I love seeing nurseries that come together from inspiration found on Pinterest and the web! The way you implemented pieces in this space is very sweet and balanced. Great job!! And for those looking for some of the prints, visit my nieces nursery I designed...many are used in this nursery as well. http://projectnursery.com/projects/sloanes-coral-teal-nursery/#_a5y_p=3980142
Sunday 6th of March 2016
What colour is the paint ? Also did you use the quote the exact same from the top to the bottom of the wall? For example did all the words line up exactly? Or did you just run it along until you ran out of room and continued where you left off below?