Nice Pink Nursery: Guest

Allison at Design Life has designed a beautiful nursery for her girl.


Welcome to Bella’s Nursery.
When we found out we were expecting a girl, we decided a neutral nursery with touches of pink would be most practical.
I selected a solid taupe for the bed skirt, mattress cover & bows on her crib bedding.  I used a toile for the bumper … because every nursery can stand a touch of toile!

The crib is the Jane crib from Bratt Decor.
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I used the same taupe fabric for the window treatments, but lined them in a soft pink to give it a sweet touch.  The embroidered sheer also gives a girly twist to the room.
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We purchased a blue glider & ottoman on Craigslist and decided to make a neutral slipcover for it & it turned out great!  If there is a baby boy in our  future we can simply remove the slipcover and we’ll be ready to rock him to sleep!
I fell in love with this etched mirrored lamp from Robert Allen years before Bella graced us with her presence.  It fits perfectly in her nursery.
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Grandpa (my Dad) painted this for Bella.  It’s our most precious item in the nursery.
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Above Bella’s crib we framed images from an antique Cinderella book (as shown in an older post).
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We used shadow boxes to display Mommy and Daddy’s original “lovies” from when we were babies.
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Many moons ago (during the summer before my Sophomore year at college) my parents & I found this dresser and night stand at a garage sale. Tyler (my then boyfriend), his little sister, Hillary, and I painted and distressed the furniture and added new hardware.  I used it throughout my college years and we loved the style for Bella’s nursery.
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And a few more items in her nursery, on top of her bookshelf.  Notice I cropped out the shelves?  Miss Bella loves to take all of her books and accessories off each day so it wasn’t photo-ready.
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I enjoy the nice soft colors of pink and the 

original “lovies” are a nice touch.  


What do you think of this lovely room?
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6 Comments

  1. >I have to say that the lovies and grandpa's art are super special. And the soft pinks and neutrals are really beautiful.

    Happy Monday!
    Laura

  2. >I just had a new granddaughter born this week …. I'm sending your post on over to her parents. SO precious!
    oxox
    Denalee

  3. >This room is so adorable, so many things can be done to a girls nursery room, but I insist you must get all the pink in there as possible! Well done 🙂
    Nursery Love

  4. >LOVE the furniture and the confession that an old boyfriend helped paint it – ha! that bedding is G-O-R-G-E-O-U-S!!!!!

  5. >I have to tell you that the little pink softie that you have in a shadowbox is the same as my beloved 'Lollie'. It was one of 3 toys that I saved from my own childhood that I hope to pass down one day to my own children.

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