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Baby Girl Nursery Design Board

Canvas Bins – Nordstrom / Crib – Delta via Amazon/ Stool / Rug – Pottery Barn Teen / Love Print – Etsy / Sheets – Pottery Barn Kids / Glider – Delta via Amazon / Paint (Benjamin Moore Featherstone) / Table – We have a similar one, this one here / Dresser – ours is vintage, similar here / Throw – Nordstrom

 

Hello babes!  Today I wanted to share our baby girl nursery design plan with you all.  I am so excited to actually put a nursery (somewhat) together before actually having a baby for the first time (read about that here.)  This plan has been such a work in progress for months.  I pin, save and screenshot pictures of pieces I want constantly.

Once we got into our house and started unpacking, things have begun to come together.  The room is painted, which is major, and I was able to work in some existing pieces in our home.  I have purchased a lot of the major pieces from this board and have them here.  The crib is the most major thing left on our list, but I am holding off until the space is set up.

My vision for this space was light and bright and airy.  I am going for a subtle look, that is soft and feminine without being over the top.  Lots of white, texture and gold touches are filling the space.  These sheets were one of my main sources of inspiration for the space!

Repurposing

We are using a similar white dresser that was my mom’s as a child.  It has been refinished and was in Avery’s room in our previous house.  The handles need to be changed out, but it’s a great storage piece with awesome lines, or curves, to it.

I have a gold side table, white throw rug and the the stool pictured above from our last house.  They are all going to work in this room perfectly and save us from more purchases.  Somewhere, my husband is beaming with pride that I said that.😉

What We Have Bought

Our rocker was a Prime day steal – I have learned not to splurge on these in the past, as they don’t last in our house.  The sheets are from Pottery Barn Kids and laying out so I can work everything around them.  The pom pom baskets and blanket are from the Nsale and just arrived, ready to be used!

We obviously bought paint, and after way too many color options, I settled on Featherstone by Benjamin Moore.  I reduced the intensity by 15 percent to make it a little bit softer when the shades are closed.

What We Still Need

The crib is at the top of our list, for obvious reasons.  However, neither Avery nor Greyson slept in their cribs until they were older, so I am hesitant to get one right now.  I love the sleek, simples lines on the one picture above, and plan on going with that.

Other than the crib, little pieces of decor are the only things left to purchase, or fill in.  I am so shocked at how much we have for this space and that we could actually get it together before we have a baby!  Trust me, this is huge for us.  I still have a little paranoia about it (mom nerves) but I am hoping to be sharing the finished space very soon!

I can’t believe we are currently taking this baby girl nursery design plan, which always just seems like a vague idea and putting it into real life. Here are a couple of “progress” pictures of where we are with it, which isn’t very far. 😂

My goal is to have this together in the next two weeks.  I do everything at a snail’s pace these days, and Josh is working a lot, so wish us luck!  -XO

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8 comments on “Baby Girl Nursery Design Board”

    • Thanks sweets! I can’t wait to see it brought to life too! The ticking clock is definitely a motivator!

    • I hope it comes together in time! The clock is seriously ticking and I have yet to get anything for the baby to actually sleep in. Eek!

    • Thank you! Is it bad that I want to do our bedroom in the same color? I just have to convince Josh that a pale grayish pink is manly 😉

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