One of the most fun parts of pregnancy for me has been being able to transform our old workout room/office into Stella’s nursery.
When I found out that we were having a baby girl, I immediately got on Pinterest to look for some inspiration. I knew that I didn’t want anything too baby-ish (ya feel me?), because I wanted it to be a space for her to grow into and not have to change 100349423 times before she starts school! I wanted modern, cozy and feminine.
I started off by picking the crib that I had my eye on regardless of if we were having a girl or boy. I loved the Babyletto convertible crib and matching dresser with the changing table. The white with the neutral wood was something that I hadn’t seen often and I am all about being unique.
I think I scared my husband a bit when I broke the news that we were painting her room pink. He grew up in a family of all boys, so this girl thing is a bit new to him. I went with Barely Blush by Colorplace from Walmart. It was very affordable and turned out to be a beautiful color.
I wanted to add in small details that made her room appear more feminine, so I added the crystal curtain rods that I picked up at Big Lots and her name sign from Rooted and Grounded Home that I found on Etsy.
Lamb: Restoration Hardware
I am so in love with her bedding! My mom ordered her bedding for me as a gift and I couldn’t be more happy with it. I didn’t do an actual “theme” for SG’s nursery, but I found myself going back to swans, so I knew that I wanted some of them incorporated into her room. Her bedding is from Blue Cactus Threads, also a shop that I found on Etsy.
Window treatments: Marshalls
Pillows and Lamp: Hobby Lobby
Her growth chart was made by one of my best friends as a shower gift, but you can find similar on Etsy. Her bookshelves are from Target.
I still have a few minor details to finish on her room like new blinds and possibly a rug, but overall, I am so happy with how her room turned out. Sometimes I just go in there and sit because I love how cozy it feels. Just two more weeks ’til we add a little baby to this little nursery.