I am so excited to share my daughter’s nursery. When I found out I was having another girl I was so excited!! The nursery I designed for my oldest daughter is more shabby chic which you can see here. I wanted to do something a little different this time. I utilized some traditional and modern pieces for a more transitional feel. My goal was to create a functional, fun, beautiful space for my daughter. I found this fun dresser that was in serious need of a new paint job at a local market. I decided to paint it a light peachy pink to give the room a fun pop of color against the white walls. The dresser is my favorite piece in the nursery!
We did wood molding painted in a bright white as an accent wall and painted the other walls the same white color to brighten up the room.
I decided to layer a jute rug with my sheepskin rug to add some additional texture and comfort in the space. Both of which I purchased from Amazon. I also added a wood bead chandelier from Pottery Barn Kids to add some additional soft lighting in the room.
I sewed on the trim to my curtains and was lucky enough to have my mom sew the crib skirt! I loved this simple buffalo check crib sheet from Dear Owen and thought it completed my space! I found this cute simple pink pillow from At Home.
Hope you have enjoyed my nursery reveal you can also view and vote for it on Project Nursery!
Photography by Jamee Edwards