Photo Credit: Madison Stringfellow
I am so excited to be sharing my baby girls nursery with you today! I had so much fun decorating her nursery from the bedding to the decor to the curtains to the wall art…I loved choosing every detail. I wanted her room to be girly and pink with touches of floral details and adorable bunny accents around the room. I chose white furniture that she will be able to use for years to come, and her crib can eventually turn into a head board when she is ready for a big girl bed. I wanted her room to be timeless and elegant so it can be something that grows with her.
When it comes to decorating a nursery, I think it is important to choose a rug first. Once you have chosen a rug and picked out a color scheme, you can then choose the decor and artwork for the room. After I picked my rug, I then chose the curtains, and from there started searching for the perfect artwork to suit her room.
The artwork is by far my favorite part of her room! I knew I wanted floral artwork, and I wanted art that was custom made and one of a kind. I found two Etsy shop owners that absolutely nailed the feminine and floral vision I had for her room! The first Etsy shop owner created the beautiful Kinsie Joy painting above her crib. I think it is so sweet to have artwork with your baby’s name on it in his or her room. The second Etsy shop owner I contacted was able to create six custom pieces for me to frame and I am so obsessed with how they turned out! I knew I wanted a set of six cohesive paintings so I could create a little gallery wall. I could not be happier with how the artwork in her room turned out and I HIGHLY recommend working with both Etsy shop owners if you are looking for darling artwork for the nursery you are decorating.
One tip I have for decorating a nursery is to get baskets to store your babies toys in. We have tons of toys for Kinsie but I didn’t want them to be scattered all over the room, so I found gold and white baskets to store her toys in on her bookshelf. Find baskets or bins that go with your decor, and you can neatly store toys or books away. I also found a matching gold basket to put all of her diapers in on top of her changing table. Organization is key when it comes to decorating a nursery and keeping it orderly.
Don’t be afraid to add in your own style when you are decorating your baby’s nursery. You will be spending a ton of time in the room, so it’s important that you love it and you feel comfortable in it. Get a chair for yourself that you love, and make sure you have a side table so you can have your water and phone next to you when you are feeding or rocking your little one.
Are you currently decorating a nursery for your little one? I hope I have given you the inspiration you were looking for! If you have any questions/comments about anything in Kinsie’s room, please leave me a comment down below.
LINKS TO ROOM DETAILS:
Glider chair (similar)
Large gray bunny
Small pink bunny
Stacking animal toy
White floating shelves
Sound machine/night light
Kinsie Joy painting
Changing table pad
Changing table cover
White mirror (similar)
My Kinsie necklace