Hey there everyone, it’s been a while since I’ve blogged, but I have a good reason…I’m pregnant!!! We’re having a baby girl, due in July, and the hubs and I are over the moon excited to become parents. I haven’t been doing many projects since finding out I’m pregnant which has resulted in a lack of blog posts. However, I’m super excited to decorate the nursery and started making nursery design boards as soon as I found out we were having a baby.
You know by now that I love neutrals and want the nursery to reflect that. I feel that a calm, peaceful nursery will be good for me and baby. I’m not generally a pink person, but when we found out we’re having a girl it’s like, “give me all the pink florals.” Say what? I know, I don’t even recognize myself, but I’m really excited about the design I’ve come up with.
Here’s my baby girl nursery design board.
I decided to go with mainly white, neutral furniture and accent with pops of pink to make the room girly.
Here’s a list of resources for this design board:
- Chair: Delta Avery Glider – Sand
- Throw Pillow: Ms. Craftberrybush – found on Society6
- End Table: Homegoods
- Lamp: Ikea
- Blanket Ladder – Diy project
- Sign – Between You and Me Signs on Etsy
- Dresser: Source unknown – I’m using a mid century modern dresser I had in my garage to refinish
- Wicker Baskets: Unknown – will probably find a good toy storage basket at Homegoods or Michaels
- Pink Pom Pom Garland: Martha Stewart – purchased on Amazon
- Faux Fur: Ikea
- Floral Blanket: ModFox on Etsy
- Crib: Overtstock.com Davinci Grove 4 in 1 convertible crib (white)
- I’m currently in the process of hand painting a floral accent wall where the crib will go and placed the wallpaper there for an idea of how it will look. I’m not planning on using this wallpaper though.
So, I thought our baby was a boy until it was confirmed she’s a girl. Just for fun, here’s the design board I created for a baby boy nursery.
I can’t wait to see our baby girls nursery come together. I’ll try to be better about updating you all with my progress. Thanks for following along on my creative journey, my friends.
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