Today, I am sharing with you Olivia Grace’s floral, minimalist-inspired nursery!
It’s actually pretty funny when I think about it. Madison Kate spent probably less than 24 hours in her nursery. We may or may not have co-slept with her for much longer than we anticipated haha. When we finally decided to transition Maddy to her own room, we ended up moving her room downstairs and re-doing it. Yet, here we are perfecting every little detail of a room Liv probably won’t sleep in, at least for a while. Haha The good news is that this room will remain clutter-free and it makes for pretty pictures. The not so good news is our master bedroom is completely filled with all things baby (changing table, diapers, wipes, bassinet, swings, baby products, baby toys, etc.) but I’m totally okay with it.
When I first started designing Liv’s nursery, I couldn’t decide on a theme. I just knew I wanted it to be quaint and chic! I wanted it to be original and completely different from Maddy’s nursery. The crib was the starting point! I actually found this adorable crib by Babyletto on Facebook Marketplace. It was barely used and absolutely everything I was looking for. From there, my vision started to come together. My go-to color scheme has ALWAYS been blush and gold, so this time I decided to throw in some lavender, white, and grey, and it really came together beautifully!
I got her bedding from a few different places. I found the most gorgeous, tufted, white crib blanket at Pottery Barn. We got her initials monogrammed by Lulu Bean in a really pretty lavender script, and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. We also got the crib skirt and bumper from Pottery Barn as well. I knew I wanted to incorporate florals in the bedding somehow, so I was elated to have found the perfect floral crib sheets at BuyBuyBaby. Unfortunately, they are sold out but they offer other amazing floral crib sheet options. Caden Lane is another option to find floral crib sheets that offers higher-end options, their floral prints are stunning! The finishing touch to the crib was the floral mobile from Me My Memories Etsy Shop. Since our ceilings are pretty high we decided to hang it from a preexisting mobile, but It’s actually designed to be hung from the ceiling.
After the crib décor was finalized, I could not wait to start on the wall design. Again, I wanted the wall décor to be minimal but still make a statement. I found an adorable, personalized farmhouse sign by Cherie Kay Home. How gorgeous is the font? I could not decide if I wanted to incorporate flowers with wallpaper or wall decals. I decided on these floral decals from Simple Shape’s Etsy shop and I am so glad I did. Wall decals are much easier to install and remove and overall offer a simpler yet elegant look. Shout out to my mom for putting it up on the wall, because Lord knows it’s not safe for pregnant lady to be up on ladders!
My favorite part about Liv’s room is the chest of drawers. We did not go the traditional route with the dresser because we wanted to incorporate an antique piece from my husband’s late grandmother’s home. My husband has a gift for restoring older furniture and this piece is definitely my favorite that he’s ever done. Choosing the paint color was the hardest part, but we ended up going with a blue-ish grey color and I am so glad we did! I usually match furniture colors in bedrooms, but I am obsessed with the contrasting colors!
I hope y’all have enjoyed Liv’s nursery reveal. I know when I started designing her nursery, I was all over Pinterest looking for inspiration! I then took bits and pieces of different ideas and made the overall aesthetic my own. Though Liv may never use her nursery, I definitely enjoyed putting it together. If you have any questions please comment below or feel free to email me any questions you may have! The linked details are below!
White Personalized Crib Blanket monogrammed by Lulu Bean
Restored Dresser by my amazing husband