Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Love is spoken {a completed nursery for my niece}

Excited doesn't even explain how I am feeling about sharing this nursery!  Ecstatic, nervous, giddy...those may be better words to use.  This nursery is near and dear to my heart because it is for my niece.  I think because this nursery is so very personal to me it makes it a bit more nerve wracking to share it.  I absolutely adore the way this nursery came together and even more importantly, my sister loves it, so the "client" is happy.

I shared with you the inspiration photos a while back here.

Here is the design board I had created for the space.

My sister wanted soft colors for this space with touches of gold.  We went with shades of coral and peach, white, ivory, pops of teal and golds.  A few items that I think really stand out in this space...if I have to pin point a few...are the framed ombre wrapping paper sheet from Paper Source, the subtle floral rug and the transformed Craigslist dresser.  I just love how these items make such an impact.
I knew we needed a large pop of color in a few places in this room because the walls were such a neutral that we weren't allowed to change.  When I saw this wrapping paper from Paper-Source I knew it would be just perfect framed.  



The rug was a great find since we knew we wanted to keep it a neutral color, but I also wanted the rug to be gorgeous.  When I found this Martha Stewart Rose Print rug I knew it was perfect.

Lastly, the biggest transformation in this room was the Craigslist dresser I found.  Here it is before:
I loved the lines of the dresser and its size, we knew it just needed a new color.  



Without any further waiting...here is my niece's nursery and newborn photos. Get ready for photo overload and baby cuteness!  Enjoy!























A huge thank you to my very talented friend and photographer Gilmore Studios! Jennifer has photographed every special moment for my entire family.  If you are looking for amazing newborn photos, be sure to contact her!

Source list can be found here

11 comments:

  1. Baby and nursery are both gorgeous! Great job!

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  2. Very pretty! I love the soft colors. What paint color did you use on the walls? It looks like the perfect soothing greige.

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    1. Hi Claudia...I am still on a quest to find the name of the paint color. It was the existing color when my sister started renting this home. I'll keep you updated if we find it.

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  3. Congratulations! Your niece is beautiful! The nursery looks awesome. What a lovely space!

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  4. It's beautiful! I would love to know where the changing pad cover is from.

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    1. Hi Emily... the changing pad cover is from Ivie Baby on Etsy. You can find all the links and sources on Project Nursery. http://projectnursery.com/projects/sloanes-coral-teal-nursery/

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  5. Perfection :) I would also love to know the paint colors.

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    1. I am still on a quest to find this paint color...it was the existing color in the home when my sister started renting. I'll be sure to update you when we find it. =)

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  6. I love this nursery. I'm going to add a little more aqua and use styling for our twin nursery (boy/girl). Where did you find the LOVE print?

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    1. The LOVE print is by Made by Girl, it also comes in silver.

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