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As soon as we found out we were pregnant, I knew we’d do a woodland nursery theme. If you haven’t seen it, we did a navy nautical theme for my son three years ago. When we found out we were having a baby GIRL this time, I instantly started looking for pink/coral inspiration.
I like to head to the paint store and grab lots of little swatches as a place to start. Just like my son’s room, I wanted to do do a bold accent wall with lots of color and then balance it out with a hint of color on the other walls. Pink is tricky because I didn’t want it to feel like bubblegum, but I also didn’t want traditional baby pink. As I narrowed down my colors, I found these blush curtains and woodland bedspread. After that, the room all came together around it.
Because we had a lot of colors to try, I opted to use these sticky swatches to narrow down paint colors before painting testers directly on the wall. They’re also nice because you can rearrange them numerous times to see different combinations next to each other. After much debate, we opted to use Sherwin Williams Comical Coral at 100% and Comical Coral at 25%.
The Completed Room
I absolutely love the way it all came together. Here’s your look inside from the hallway.
Here’s a look all around Charlotte’s completed nursery.
This custom sign is one of my absolute favorite pieces of her room.
The vinyl tree above her reading nook also makes me swoon. It came in a million pieces so each branch, leaf, and butterfly had to be pieced together. Thankfully my husband was happy to tackle this project.
I love to sew baby items and dream of the little ones who will use them some day. We use the name blocks for milestone pictures, and my son STILL carries his little cuddle blanket everywhere. It will fluff up nicely and start to fray on the edges once I wash it.
She isn’t here yet, but let me tell you… this little girl is going to be a FORCE. We will raise her to be both seen and heard. We pray for her to demonstrate grit and kindness. The world needs each of our unique gifts, if only we have the courage to pursue them.
Because her crib didn’t come with matching furniture, we went with this IKEA dresser. I dressed it up with a glass top and crystal knobs. We also did the same to the matching side table.
We’re reusing my son’s rocker and I’m dreaming of all the snuggles that are going to take place here.
I’m organizing Charlotte’s room much like I did my son’s. Here’s a look at that detailed nursery organization post. The IKEA organizers are perfect for all the little baby essentials and clothing.
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- Paint: Sherwin Williams Comical Coral
- Paint swatch stickers: Amazon
- Fabric: Joann
- Ceiling light: Pottery Barn Kids Ruby Flushmount
- Crib: Amazon Dream on Me Morgan
- Crib quilt: Amazon Carter’s Woodland Meadow
- Floral crib sheet: BuyBuyBaby Aden + Anais Full Bloom
- Curtains and Crib Skirt: Target Caterina Layered Rose
- Curtain rods: Bed, Bath, and Beyond Cambria
- Vinyl Decals: Amazon
- Name sign: My Signature Timber Etsy
- White rocking chair: IKEA
- Rug: Target Pillowfort
- Laundry basket: Target Pillowfort
- Dresser and night stand: IKEA Hemnes white stain
- Knobs: Amazon
- Wipes caddy: Amazon Trend Lab
- Rocking chair blanket: Amazon Aden + Anais
- Bunny nightlight: Target Pillowfort
- Pink lamp: Target Montreal
- Lamp shade: Target Montreal
- Floating shelf: Amazon InPlace
- Corner shelves: Amazon InPlace
- Diaper Pail: Amazon Ubbi
- Random storage baskets: Home Goods
- Closet organizer: IKEA Kallax
- Closet organizer bottom bins: Target Pillowfort
- Closet organizer top bins: IKEA Stuk