I love glitter and everything girly. However, I don’t like pastel colors & I didn’t want a themed nursery (with characters or animals).
We want more kids, so our plan from the get-go was that Avery’s room will always be the nursery & we’ll move her to her “big girl” room when it’s time for baby #2. I knew I wanted purple walls, but really wanted everything else to be neutral. I wanted to be able to repaint the walls and use the same furniture again, no matter what gender baby #2 is.
I love everything farmhouse & buffalo check. Joanna Gaines is one of my idols. Who doesn’t want a house that Jo designed or approves? Now, I’ve never seen her paint a room so bold, but we can’t be exactly the same.
Black & white is not a typical color scheme for a nursery, and especially a baby girl’s nursery. But it’s exactly what I wanted!
Here’s where we got the pieces:
- Nightstand (Ikea) – http://tiny.cc/imrbdz
- Dresser (Ikea) – http://tiny.cc/8mrbdz
- Crib (Buy Buy Baby) – http://tiny.cc/mnrbdz
- Gliding Recliner (Value City Furniture) – http://tiny.cc/qqrbdz
- Bookshelf (Target) – http://tiny.cc/cesbdz
- Crib Sign (Smallwoods) – http://tiny.cc/mh2gdz
- Curtains (Amazon) – http://tiny.cc/ic3gdz
- Baby hangers (Amazon) – http://tiny.cc/ix2gdz
- Pant clips for hangers (Amazon) – http://tiny.cc/8w2gdz
I knew I wanted her closet to be super organized because the room is not big at all! The amount of wasted space in a long closet like this would be insane, so I showed my stepdad some Pinterest pictures and he came up with this design. The material cost about $100 total & will be useful for any children we have, but also any future owners we sell this house to.