I am so excited to share pictures of the finished nursery. Given that I had a boy the first go around, the girliness in me really came out. But, I did not want it to be too sweet and reflect a calming space that was also fun. I combined modern and classic touches so it combined different styles that I love. It came together how I envisioned and now I am excited to actually use it, hopefully soon!
I love having a twin bed in Tommy's room for extra space for him to hang out, change his clothes, etc. So I kept one for her room as well.
I have always loved the Jenny Lind style crib and the combination of pink, navy and coral.
I am completely obsessed with the dresser. The antique mirror was a thrift store find that was a steal.
My mom preserved many of my outfits as a baby and these rompers are too sweet to hang in the closet. She found some antique hooks to display them and they function well next to the changing table.
These little prints are from my old room. They still have a note scrolled on the back to the original owner from Grandma.
I really tried to edit down myself when planning the room. There are so many cute nursery prints and art, but a large gallery wall felt like too much and just one painting I loved felt right. I am trying to get a baby to sleep in this room and not go crazy in it.
I love the modern prints, chair and soft rug paired with the floor lamp chandalier.
It was so fun decorating this space and I hope it inspires you a bit. Now let's do this baby girl!