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Olive's DIY Vintage Inspired Nursery

We're so proud of the nursery we put together for our first child, a baby girl named Olive, who we welcomed to this world on December 1st. Like many others we wanted her room to grow with her & not make it too "baby". We also incorporated used pieces and DIY projects to keep the overall cost low.

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tan white fabric on rocker. yellow details. Fancy name letter. would like a light tan wall.

That's it! I am making this out of the first second-hand Jenny Lind crib I can get my hands on!

Originally Wren's room was quite white. I think people thought that was strange and that kid's rooms should be colorful and fun, not stark and sterile white. But I knew that as she got older toys, blankies, and books would all become part of her room.... which are all colorful. So to keep it calm and not overwhelmingly vibrant we keep the mainstays light and let the accessories add the fun.

love the vintage/antique look of this crib - now I just need to find it and make it mine!

I would not put the rollers on the crib though

Love the letters in the smaller frames with larger frame around it

Pretty nursery or this would also be very pretty for a little girl's bedroom. I especially like the mirror and mural on the wall.

white jenny lind crib (going to paint mine to look like this!)

Why didn't this tutorial exist when my children were babies? Ruffled Crib Skirt Tutorial {Nursery Bedding Reveal} | Positively Splendid {Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor}

I can see this for my little girls room. Though I wonder, if she would grow out of pink with a vengeance as I did? Not to return until I was older. But this room is darling, and I can see myself sitting in the chair holding her in the wee hours of the morning.

blue and gray paint with molding to bring the ceiling down onto the top of the wall for a trim. Love the way it looks and would work on my high ceilings