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Nursery Obsession; Guest Nursery Remodel

01 April 2010

I recently got an email from Amy at Our Daily Obsessions with this adorable nursery for their adorable daughter.  Here is what she wrote:
We finally have our daughter's nursery almost finished (just waiting to put in baseboards and putting up a chandelier). Although, she just turned 2 so we'll soon be transitioning to a toddler room soon. We painted the walls a light pink and then had brown and cream accents throughout the room.
Here's the before:
And the after: 
This was before my thrift store obsession. If I had to do it over again, I'd find a cute little crib and refinish it and I'd sew my daughters bed set.
I did: cross stitch the piece on the top shelf, was given the vintage Madame Alexander Doll (I know you're jealous), bought cheap fabric bins and tied ribbons around them (that I use to put her clothes, shoes, misc. items in), bought her curtains on clearance, found the bed set on ebay, made the bow holder out of an old frame, bought her book shelf from a thrift store, bought the rug on sale, made her hanging name on the wall, put in the hardwood flooring ourselves, and bought the frames on sale.
I love walking in this room, but most of all love seeing my beautiful, little girl in it.

I think this room turned out beautifully!
Don't you all agree?
Do you have any remodels, decor ideas or projects tutorials? Email me.   


Tiffany April 1, 2010 at 8:18 AM  

My favorite part is the ribbons on the totes, nice touch! And the "thrift store obsession" crazy contagious!

Suki April 1, 2010 at 2:05 PM  

Love it! I really like the ribbons on the bins. They are a great touch!

Meg April 2, 2010 at 9:31 AM  

So beautiful. Perfect for a little girl. I love the floors! And the soft accents are so great...I almost got teary eyed! That's what happens when you have 2 little girls and see such a precious space for them! (Well, not mine, but girls in general). Love it!

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