Baby girl’s nursery has changed, and had a few little improvements since I last posted about it. So, I thought it might be fun to share some new photos with you! I didn’t want a nursery for her that would be full of brightly color characters. I wanted something more authentic, I guess you could say. So, I created a vintage nursery for her.
A Vintage Nursery
The dresser was a $75 Craigslist find. I sanded and painted it Salmon Pink by Behr. The mirror was another Craigslist find, $30, that was previously gold.
I picked up a couple of vintage nursery rhyme books at an antique store and framed my favorites in simple white frames from Michael’s. Read more about those here.
I wanted the wall color to be something she could grow with. I took a paint swatch of some gray paint I loved to Home Depot and had them custom color match it with Behr paint.
I picked up an old chandelier at Habitat for Humanity ReStore and spray painted it the same color as the hamper and coat rack.
The bedding was purchased from Etsy. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was what I wanted for the room.