Monday, August 11, 2014

Colette's Nursery

I finally got around to taking the photos of Colette's room. With a lot of help from family the nursery was complete before Colette's arrival. My inspiration came from a pinterest find from simply pchee.  I knew I wanted lavender, beige and a lot of molding. The room centered on her monogram.
Welcome to Colette's room! View from the door.
David did such a great job with all the chair rail, boxes and crown molding. Big shout out to my mom, Karen, Bill and David's parents for all their painting help. Paint colors are Porter Paints Dusty Lilac and Wheat Sheaf.
Curtains are lavender gingham blackout from pottery barn kids. A perfect craigslist find (got them half off retail!).
We used the same nursery glider from Max's old room. The dresser and crib were from babies r us. Most all wall decor came from queen of hearts antique store, an estate sale or At Home.
The wooden monogram I had done and painted antique white from mint julep (online store). The side frame decor is from At Home.
Close up of gingham. 
I mentioned before my neighbor gave us all the bedding and such. She also gave us these sheer curtains which match perfectly. We installed another curtain rod for it.
David put together this custom closet from ikea pieces. We also painted the closet wall purple. 
Love how it turned out. 

Hope you liked the tour! 
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Jen S said...

Beautiful room for a beautiful baby!

Cinder Ella said...

i love how the room came out. The lavender is beautiful. Very girly without screaming "baby" or kid so I approve :)

Cinder Ella said...

love the lavender. it is very girly but classic at the same time

cora and frank said...

Well done. Lots of Talent. God bless you all.

Mock family said...

Submit this to rate my space again like max's! So elegant!

Linda said...

I just love it...everything is so beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Can you post a link to the store you bought the side framed decorations from (white medallions)? I am looking to do the same thing in our nursery but that type of wall decor is so hard to find!

Jen said...

The side medallions were purchased at a store called At Home ( they are in-store only, not online. Not sure if you have in your area.

david said...

i think it was At Home.

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