Thursday, October 22, 2015

Baby Girl Nursery Inspiration

I shared in my last post that I have been thinking about and pinning ideas for nurseries since I found out I was pregnant in July. If you missed Baby Boy's nursery inspiration, you can check out my last post of a zoo-animal themed nursery. If Baby W is a girl, I don't want to go with a theme but instead I want to go with soft pinks and whites to make it very feminine. Here is the inspiration board I created.
Again, a gender neutral crib is a must because I want it to be a practical purchase that can be used with future children. My favorites are this one and this one. I also want to do a dresser with changing table topper and my favorite dresser for Baby Girl is the Blythe dresser from Pottery Barn Kids. I just love the legs and handles! Our nursery is small so the changing table topper is a must - there won't be room to squeeze in a separate changing table. I also love that once diapering years are over, the dresser can still be used for many years to come. 

For art in this room, I chose hand-engraved wall shelving from Restoration Hardware Baby and Child. These are just gorgeous and I would love to style them with stuffed animals, photos, and trinkets.

My favorite girl bedding is the Bridgette quilt. I love the different patterns of pink fabric and the crib sheet has tiny pink bows all over which are darling. 

One of my favorite things about this bedding is that it is cute and feminine without being a pattern that seems too grown up. 

I've been really happy with other PB bedding that we have purchased so I know I will at least get the crib bedding from there, although I love their furniture as well.

The Charleston glider has made an appearance in this inspiration board as well. I just think it is classic and lovely, although entirely too expensive. Here, I paired it with Land of Nod's Posh Pouf. I love the tufted pink look. Again, I love the option of a pouf instead of an ottoman because it adds color, is a little playful, and far most cost effective.

I am obsessed with these bow curtains. They just scream "baby girl" and are so feminine. They are available in several colors, but I chose the pink for my inspiration board because the soft pink is just so pretty.

Below are some photos from my Pinterest account that I used as inspiration when narrowing down my selections. 

Stay tuned because my week 18-21 bumpdate is my next scheduled post and it includes Baby W's gender. What do you think - will Baby be sleeping in the zoo-animal themed nursery from Tuesday's post or the soft pink nursery pictured above? Cast your vote in the comments.


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