I am so excited to finally share with you my daughter’s nursery! I’ve been meaning to share this with you for a few months now so I’m glad I was finally able to snap some photos and get everything all organized!
When I found out I was having a girl I knew immediately I wanted her to have the most gorgeous and feminine space to grow into. It has always been my dream to have kids so putting together her floral nursery became such a fun labor of love! As you probably already noticed from my Instagram stories, my inspiration was Monika Hibbs who has been my inspiration for ALL things interior and just GOALS in general! I’ve had her daughter’s beautiful nursery pinned for years now and always knew I wanted to use the same stunning wallpaper.
I wanted Emma’s space to not only be fun and beautiful, but super functional as well and something she could really grow into. Most of the larger pieces of furniture are from Pottery Barn Kids while all the other little details are from various other places and I will link everything below!
This custom Emma sign was actually a gift from my girlfriends at my baby shower! They spray painted the sign gold and had everyone that attended my shower sign the back as a keepsake. It’s one of my favorite items in her nursery!
Keeping everything organized is a huge MUST for me so I love using these Skubb drawer organizers from Amazon that help keep everything in its place and just so happen to fit perfectly in her dresser. The top drawers are for diapers, wipes, creams/lotions, baby medicine and anything else we need to grab quickly and easily. The second set of drawers we use for burp cloths, bibs, baby washcloths, short-sleeved onesies, pants/leggings, socks and pacifiers/clips. The larger bottom drawers are for extra blankets, crib sheets, hooded towels, etc. It definitely makes it much easier to have everything organized!
When it came to designing her closet I knew I wanted a really functional space as well as something she could grow into. The closet before was basically one long wire rack and I wanted a place where I could not only keep all her clothes, but extra diapers, toys, books, etc. I researched several closet design companies and ultimately went with Closets by Design who was by far the most reasonable price wise! (No I’m not being sponsored by them, I just really had a great experience and want to share!) They are always having sales so I was able to get 60% off at the time making her closet design super affordable.
If you have any questions about designing a closet, feel free to email me and I’d be happy to share more about my experience! Her closet is definitely nicer than mine at this point haha, but I definitely want to do my closet in the future! All the details on her closet are below.
Hope you all enjoyed my little nursery reveal! I was SO nervous about installing wallpaper since I had never done it before, but fell in love with the floral print so much that I was willing to take the risk. Thank goodness for my father-in-law who came up two weekends in a row to help me install it and I’m so glad we did! The colors are even more beautiful in person and I know Emma will enjoy it so much for years to come. If you follow me on Instagram you can see a more detailed walkthrough of her nursery in my stories. I’ve linked all the sources below, but feel free to comment below or email me if you have any questions!
Floral wallpaper: Anewall Decor | Crib: Pottery Barn Kids | Crib skirt: Restoration Hardware | Pink chevron crib sheet: Pottery Barn Kids | Pink ruffle blanket: Pottery Barn Kids, similar | Dresser: Pottery Barn Kids | Round gold mirror: World Market, similar | Chandelier: Pottery Barn Kids | “Now I lay me down to sleep” sign: The Shed Interiors | White glider: Pottery Barn Kids |Pink curtains: Pottery Barn Kids | Curtain rod: Pottery Barn Kids | Bookshelf: Ikea, LOVE this one! | Gold “Emma” sign: Amazon | Pouf: West Elm, similar | Round side table: Target | Pom pom basket: Ballard Designs | Pink throw: Pottery Barn Kids | Laundry basket: Container Store | Floor lamp: Target | Changing pad cover: Oilo Studio | Caddy: Target | Ubbi diaper pail: Buy Buy Baby, also here, and here | Drawer dividers: Amazon | Faux succulent: Target, similar | Star pillow: Amazon, also here | Custom Emma hanging sign (I used this in the hospital!): Etsy | Lamb rocker: Pottery Barn Kids | Ride on unicorn: Crate & Kids | Lamb nightlight: Pottery Barn Kids | Stuffed unicorn: Pottery Barn Kids | Ballerina throw pillow: Target | Ballerina swan: Nordstrom , also Amazon | Sweet Baby picture frame: Kohls | Unicorn piggy bank: Anthropologie, also here | Plush lamb: Pottery Barn Kids | Pink baby book and bump book: Write to Me | Large matching baskets: World Market | Floating shelves: Amazon | Books: Tallulah’s Tutu, Julia, Child, Lola Dutch, I Had a Favorite Dress, Olivia, Peddles, Flora and the Flamingo, Paris, Just Being Audrey, Miss Lina’s Ballerinas
Large baskets with inserts: Container Store | Small baskets with inserts: Container Store | Pink striped baskets: Container Store | Large bins: Container Store | Muslin swaddles: Amazon, Target, Buy Buy Baby | Unicorn hooded towel: West Elm | Plush pink whale: Vineyard Vines | Unicorn booties: Anthropologie | Plush unicorn: Target
The paint color for her room and closet is my go to white Benjamin Moore Simply White.
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