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Pink and Green Girl's Nursery

I wanted to create a nursery that was feminine and bright, but not too "babyish". We also wanted to stick to a budget and completed a few DIY projects for the room. My mom was a huge help and did the sewing for the curtains and crib skirt and helped with the wall stencil!

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Love love love!!

I love the idea of shelving on the wall over the dresser to hold changing equipment. Having buckets to hold the small things you don't use as often or for pacifiers is a cute idea.

Love the subtle, softness

this wallpaper is subtle and beautiful. again, an accent wall behind the crib is a great idea and an easy thing to change as the room grows with the child. re-painting or re-papering one wall is 1/4 (or less!) the work.

Who says blue is for boys? Navy and pink is a great color scheme for #babygirl nurseries!

  • Deana Johnson

    Courtney Orr, how ironic. Sawyer is one of the names we like!

  • Courtney Orr

    Deana Johnson I love that name we had it picked out for clay!!!! U must name her sawyer if even a middle name! Too cute

  • Jess Manno

    Janet Lingwai I think I'm gonna do this.... I'm too scared to go navy walls lol

Love the colour of the dresser for the walls in a nursery. Also like the accent colours on the walls.

Pearl’s black white girl’s nursery - 100 Layer Cakelet

nursery wall color that could work for a boy or a girl

Like the layout, love the orange