My client was having her third baby and after two boys, it was time to welcome a baby girl into the family! The nursery need a change but my client didn’t want to spend too much. We reused all of the existing furniture of course so that part was easy and really helped us pick the new look for the room.
The existing painted diamond pattern was fabulous so why paint over it? The bedding from Caden Lane was the jumping off point for the wall colors and the best place to start as we change the room. We brought in a warmer pink and a raspberry color for the paint and were on our way to creating a nursery for a baby girl.
First, we looked at a few options for the floor plan…but stayed with the existing layout.
BEFORE: Here we go, the diamonds are taped off and we are ready to bring in the pink. The neutral bedding will soon be white, pink and turquoise!!
AFTER: This nursery is now ready for a baby girl! I love the contrast of the pale pink and raspberry in the pattern. It’s unexpected because it’s not your typical baby girl soft pattern. The raspberry ties in with the warmer pinks and plums in the bedding too.
BEFORE: The existing roman shade in the zebra pattern were not going to work with the new colors and bedding patterns……
AFTER: We added a simple white drape (from Ikea) to soften the harsh lines from the window dormers. Recovering the existing rocking chair and ottoman in a soft pink fabric was also an affordable and easy update! As you can see the cushions are off at the workroom getting recovered.