So I was all convinced that it was a boy and then we went to the ultrasound and two things were confirmed:
I’ve got no unborn baby gender intuition
It’s a girl
For the past couple of weeks since the ultrasound I’ve let the girl nursery design ideas circulate in my brain. Here are some of the things that have been floating around up there,
pale pink & gold tones, creamy walls, block print paisley,
Smith Hanes via House Beautiful
or pale pink & orange,
Tom Scheerer via House Beautiful
abstract pink art,
Amanda Nisbet’s apartment, New York Social Diary
what to do with books and baskets and save floor space,
Grace Happens blog
a zig zag printed crib skirt,
Rubie Green, East Village
with the repeat on a bench cushion,
Sarah Richardson via Sense and Simplicity
large scale art or tonal salon style,
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Darling images! Love the pink hues. Lovely but subtle…
well…no airplane prints for little miss but I’m sure from the looks of things her nursery will be the envy of little (and big!) girls everywhere!
A girl! Congratulations! I LOVE your nursery inspiration round-up. Amanda Peet’s nursery from Domino (2nd to last picture) has always been a favorite room because it has the ability to grow with a little girl over time. Can’t wait to see the space put together!
I dig the color scheme… and front facing book shelves, but my hubby doesn’t think they hold enough books.
valid concern…I have an ever growing collection of kid’s books & as you collect you realize what can be edited, like the Disney Princess story book, ugh! The collection will be split between the two girls and I have more built in bookshelves in a tiny spare room upstairs so I think I’ve got it covered if I decide to do the front facing. I’m skipping the Expedit in this nursery.
I love your collection of ideals!! I am in Houston, Texas, I do custom Drapery and Bedding for Children!
Send me an email Maxine, I’d like to hear more.
Luv the purple color pallet. It is so much more less corny?