I think I say this each and every time, but I adore this soft and sweet nursery.
I feel like a design chameleon; one day I’m loving the bright, modern pastels of a candy coated nursery and the next I’m head-over-heels for a nursery like the one above with subdued, neutral bases and dramatic pops of deep jewel tones. One thing is clear; it’s probably a good thing I don’t have any baby girls or else I would want to redecorate every other week!
This sweet and soft nursery design came from this amazingly adorable newborn photo. I found it on Pinterest (of course!) and immediately repinned it to my baby photography board. It hung around there for a while until I saw it resurface on my news feed and it hit me… I needed to create a nursery around this beautiful photo. I hope I did it justice, because this is hands down one of the most fabulous photos of a newborn baby girl that I have ever seen.
The delicate lace and flowers evoke a feeling of femininity and ethereal beauty, while the deep forest green of the leaves provide the perfect pop of color. I wanted this feeling to translate into this nursery so I included these authentic lambs’ wool pillows and the light wood furniture. The romantic trio of Parisian photos give a more literal interpretation of the floral theme. All in all its a room for baby that will be cozy, serene and timeless.
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Soft And Sweet Nursery
- Venice 6 Light Candle Chandelier
- Spring in Paris Photo
- Pink Peonies At The Market Photo
- Hotel Amour Photo
- Baa Baa Lamb Pillow
Juliette Crib(similar crib here)
- Houndstooth Natural Edge Basket
- Joy Carpets Rock Your Room Endurance Rug in Forest
- Anderesen Nightstand
- Nursery Works Empire Rocker in Oatmeal (similar here)
- Shaggy Pouf
- Jill Double Gourd Table Lamp in Marine Blue
- Terrace 7 Drawer Dresser
Monday 1st of February 2016
I love it! The soft pinks with the deep green is so sweet yet sophisticated at the same time. Nice work!
Tuesday 2nd of February 2016
Thanks so much Jen :)