Friday, August 30, 2013

Baby Girl Nursery

Since I am the mom of three handsome boys, I always love when I get the opportunity to help decorate a little girl's space. This mom happens to be one of my favorite clients, she is nice as can be, and crafty. This nursery design was a combined effort, and I wanted to share with you the results...
Pink never gets old, especially when it's your first little girl. We chose a soft pink, it really complemented all our fabric choices. I always love the combination of pinks and aqua, I think they work really well together. The ceilings are only 8 feet tall, so we opted for a ceiling mount chandelier. My client made the artwork above her daughters bed, I just picked out the fabric. She just covered the canvas with fabric and glued on the wooden painted letters. A ribbon was attached to the back. This is a great way to personalize your child's space, and you are only limited by your imagination.

I love the birdcage fabric. 
I adore this Amy Butler fabric that we used for the drapes. I found it at It's a little more aqua then it appears on the website.
This is an adorable craft project made by one of her friends. It works out perfect to hang her collection of headbands, and post some family photos. :)
This is a little corner of her room. Her talented mother-in-law painted this artwork for her, and I made the little birdie mobile. The mobile was pretty easy to make. I just used felt for the birds and the flowers, and then yarn for the legs of the birds. I accented it will little scrapbook flowers. I found a wooden loom, painted it aqua, and glue ric rac around it.
I love the way this little nook of her room turned out. Lots of baby rocking and snuggling will be taking place here. The side table was an inexpensive piece I found, and she painted it aqua.
                                     Collection of vintage books and a sweet little bird.
Close up of the Amy Butler fabric. I made this sweet little pom pom pillow for her chair.
This piece works well not only as a dresser but also as a changing table. And this amazing rug is from
                                                 Cute pom pom garland that I made.
Reading shelf filled with lots of wonderful books.
I really had so much fun helping with this space. I've been so busy with stuff lately that it was fun to work with my other passion, interior design. Hope you feel inspired and thanks for stopping by. 
XO~ Gretchen


  1. Hi, I found your blog via pintrest and love it! Just wondering what the name of your rug is and if it sheds?


    1. The rug does not shed, and I found it at There is a link in the blog post :) Thanks for stopping by.


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