I’ve got to admit, I’m a little jealous of those of you who get to get to decorate for a little girl. I always imagined having a little tomboy with denim overalls. pigtails and a red hooded sweatshirt. While I don’t hold it against anyone who goes with a pink nursery, this room is a little more like the look I’d be going for.
Kerry, of the blog First Time Fancy, put this peaceful space together for a little girl who is expected any day now! Formerly an uninspiring master bedroom, it is now exactly the opposite.
The fabric in the curtains inspired the entire nursery design. I’m enjoying the aqua and mustard yellow color combination. It’s got a sort of peaceful, old fashioned, homey feeling. Adding to that feeling is the white wicker chair that was in Kerry’s own nursery when she was a baby. You can’t argue with that kind of history.
The dresser was given a new life with a coat of paint and is a bright accent in the room as well as great storage.
The gallery wall is just waiting to be filled with the new baby’s initial.
The perfectly coordinated mobile was a great DIY project. Kerry posted a wonderful tutorial if you want to give it a shot.
I love a nursery full of books. Whenever I feel like something is missing in a child’s room, inevitably there are no books around. There’s no such problem here thanks to Kerry’s handy father. So sweet.
Finally, how precious is the little shoe display?! Yet another reason to be jealous of those of you with little baby girls!
You can get more information and additional photos in Kerry’s Nursery Reveal post on First Time Fancy. She’s also got lots of posts that chronicle the progress of the entire space. It’s worth a look as it’s fun to see all the love and thought that went into creating the perfect place to welcome the newest addition to their family.
Thanks so much Kerry for sharing the wonderful pictures of your nursery with us! It’s absolutely precious.