Finally... The reveal. We decided to go bright with the Nursery design. We pulled in a color of the bedding that you would not expect for a girls room, aqua blue. We hope she likes it and can be a room that grows with her.
Fabric was used to line the drawers of the dresser for a fun pop of color!
|Pottery Barn Coco Bedding. Cute soft rabbit is from Hallmark and a present from Mimi (aka Grandma)|
|Basket to hold a few of her books, toys, and stuffed animals|
|Madelyn's dresser which is also doubling as her changing table is over a 100 years old and her great, great grandomothers. Lead free and tested! Always make sure you test a piece of furniture before refinishing it. Her dad did a great job refinishing the piece white to match the crib.|
|Mobile and paintings designed by my sister and inspired by the rug. The rug was pretty much the inspiration behind the design of the room.|
|Bright pink polka dot curtains from pottery barn kids|
|Wooden white rod and finale with wooden drape clips are from Lowe's hardware|
|Nightlight for room|
|Nottingham rug from PB Teen|
|Changing table topper I found at the Pottery Barn outlet in SC for 34 bucks! We decided to do her initial behind the changing table. My husband free handed the letter. The vintage white frame that surrounds the letter is from Madelyn's great grandfather/grandmother.|
|Original hardware was changed out with some vintage type knobs from Anthropolgie|
|Photo storage box found at Homegoods was used to hold diapers, lotion, and wipes on changing table|
|What girl doesn't love an organizer. Canvas pink storage organizer added to drawer to hold all the baby socks|
|Alternating fabric was used in the second drawer. Joann's fabrics, brand Calico|
|Glider and Ottoman are from Walmart online|
That concludes the tour of the Nursery, now we just need her to show up!