Sophisticated Blush and White Baby Girl Nursery
Rowan is here and six weeks already. Bam! Just like that, time is passing us by. It sure is funny how the concept of time changes with life events. We were just eagerly anticipating her debut and now I wish time would slow down.
When designing her room I knew I wanted it to be feminine and sophisticated and not too cutesy or cliché. I wanted a space she could grow up with. Her nursery is chic with soft touches of blush and combines my love of victorian and mid-century. This room brings me so much joy and I'm excited to finally be sharing it with you all!
You may have seen my design board post and I think I carried out my vision for the most part, wouldn't you say?! The look and feel is the same, but some pieces changed as I determined what to splurge on and where to save.
While I love bone inlay and thought I had my heart set on this dresser, I couldn't bring myself to spend $1,300+ and instead went with a dresser that was half the price. (Pat on the back!)
The mirror, oh the mirror! It's just as much a statement piece as the chandelier. It was one of the last things I purchased and I'm glad I did. Its victorian style complements the space and I just couldn't pass it up.
The crib and rug were also things I had my eye on long before we were pregnant. I've always loved the look of iron cribs and the rug looked so soft and plush—perfect for a nursery. Fair warning it's made of wool and wool sheds. I just might regret this purchase when the babe begins crawling!
I kept going back and fourth on the crib (spending way too much time overanalyzing as I tend to do). I felt like it was too expensive for something so temporary yet the reviews were good and the quality seemed to be a step up from the original iron crib I had picked out. I had a coupon which helped me justify the purchase, so it finally made its way into my shopping cart and all in all I'm happy with it. Plus, it can convert into a toddler bed or daybed with conversion kits (sold separately).
The glider and matching ottoman are from Toys "R" Us. I hate to see this retailer going out of business! I felt so good about this purchase (glider on sale @ $399 + ottoman on sale @ $159) and wanted to link these items to share. Other retailers carry this chair and ottoman in different fabrics for a little higher price. Search for the Sutton Swivel Glider by Best Chairs.
Kids come with A LOT of things and storage solutions have never been more pertinent than when you're a mama, am I right?! After buying and returning multiple bins purchased from HomeGoods, I finally came across these rope bins on Amazon and they hide all of her things perfectly. You can't tell from the photo, but I have two more styled on the very top shelf.
Side note, I've had this hamper since my college days and its kind of fun that it's stuck with me this long and is now being used in our daughter's nursery.
Thank you dearly for taking time to take a peek inside our home and tour Rowan's room! Sources are linked below.
My Dress | Chandelier | Crib or similar HERE, HERE and HERE | Crib Sheet | Crib Skirt | Kitten Designer Doll | Blush Bunny | Braided Wool Rug | Hoop Wreaths | Velvet Curtains | Acrylic Curtain Rod + Rings | Accent Table (similar) | Mirror or similar HERE | Changing Pad | Changing Pad Cover | Dresser | Drawer Organizers (1) | Drawer Organizers (2) | Pink Romper | Diaper Pail | Bunny Rattle | Fawn Teether | Letter Board | Shelves + Brackets | Rope Bins | Velvet Baby Hangers | Baby Closet Dividers | Hamper
Accent table, lamp, faux fur rug, pillows, wall picture frame, La Jolla Basket: Purchased at HomeGoods
Wall & trim color: Eider White SW 7104