Bright White & Pastel Baby Girl Nursery Reveal

  1. Adira says:

    Where are the curtains from?

  2. Erica says:

    Beautiful!! Can you share the exact link for that jute rug? The Amazon link above just takes me to amazons homepage. Thank you!!

  3. Ariel Stein says:

    I love how your nursery turned out! What Etsy shop are the X, O, and watercolor prints above the crib from?

  4. Jennie says:

    May have missed it but what paint color did you use for the dresser? And where are the curtains from? Thanks! I love the room, so pretty!

    • bcadmin says:

      Hi! Thanks so much!! I used Glidden Peach Daiquiri. Also the curtains are plain white ones from Pottery Barn that I added trim to.

      • Jonalee says:

        What type of paint/finish did you use with the glidden paint? And did you put any clear coat sealant on after paint?? Love it!

        • bcadmin says:

          Hi! Thanks so much! I used Benjamin Moore Advance paint and with no sealant afterwards. hope that helps!

      • Jonalee says:

        What finish of paint did you use!? It’s wonderful! Was it regular wall paint? And did you put any poly coating on top?

        • bcadmin says:

          Hi! I used an eggshell with no poly coating on top and it turned out great. I used a bright white paint, hope that helps!

  5. Amber says:

    What a gorgeous nursery! Where did you get the hardware for the dresser?

    • bcadmin says:

      Thanks Amber!! It actually came with the dresser not sure if it is original since the dresser is really old!

  6. Michelle says:

    Where is the crib from? I love the modern lines but it still plays so well into the traditional elements of the room. Would love to know!

  7. Lisa says:

    Love the crib bedding so much! I ordered the sheet from dear Owen. Are you able to tell me where you got the skirt from as well? It goes so perfectly with the sheet. I would love to get the same one. Thank you. Also. Did you get a bumper for a when baby was a little older? Or do you have any suggestions of something that might look good with that sheet? Thank you!!!!

    • bcadmin says:

      Hi Lisa! Oh so glad you love the bedding! So my mom actually sewed the crib skirt I just picked up white cotton fabric and then bought the trim from JoAnn’s it didn’t take her very long!

    • bcadmin says:

      Sorry I hit send before I was done! So I didn’t get a bumper yet for when she is older but I will probably use a breathable white mesh one since I already have it! Depending on the colors you did in the nursery/crib would determine which one I would put in there. I would say probably a white one with some accent would look great!

  8. Kari says:

    LOVE this sweet room! Where is the jewelry stand that the head bows are hanging from? It’s exactly what I’ve been searching for for my little ones room. 🙂

    • bcadmin says:

      Hi Kari! Thanks so much I actually got it from a local furniture store called The Potato Barn. It was originally rustic white and I sprayed it gold 🙂

  9. Susanne says:

    Such a beautiful space! It has provided me with so much inspiration as I design my babies nursery, thank you:) I do have a silly question about the pictures above the crib, I was wondering if the middle is an 8×10 print/frame and two side frames/prints are 5×7 maybe?? I am so bad with proportion and want to do something very similar. Thanks so much!

    • bcadmin says:

      Thank you so much!!! So we have 11×14 frames with 8×10 art and 18×25 frame with 16×20 art hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions 🙂

  10. Mayra Alvarez says:

    Could you please link the sheepskin rug there are so many options in Amazon and wanted to get the same size as the one you have?

    Thank you so much!

  11. Andrea says:

    Can you please share where you bought the lamp on the dresser? I’m looking for one just like it!

    Thank you!

    • bcadmin says:

      Hi Andrea! I actually bought it at Home Goods on clearance and I have seen some similar at Target.

  12. Lauren says:

    Hi there! What white paint color did you choose for the walls?

    • bcadmin says:

      Hi!! I used a generic bright white paint color I believe it was just an ultra white with no tint I will try and find the brand. Hope that helps!

  13. Allison says:

    Gorgeous room! Do you mind sharing where the glider is from? Thanks!

  14. nicole says:

    For the dresser paint in Peach Daiquiri… did you just have Benjamin Moore mix the color for you and then if so, which type of BJ Advance Paint did you use (Matte, Satin, Semi-gloss, etc)?

    Thanks so much- that is quite possibly the PERFECT colored pink!

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  16. nicole says:

    Hi again,
    Did you buy your drapery rod from PB? And if so, did you choose the .75″ diameter or the larger 1.25″ diameter?
    Thanks so much, again!

    Feeling inspired,

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  18. Sara says:

    So sorry if you already told anyone this, but I’m very interested in the wall behind the crib. How exactly did you figure out how many boxes you could do and where to place the boards? I’m assuming you used a nail gun to nail them to the wall? Thanks so much! I’m looking to do this in my master bedroom!

    • bcadmin says:

      Hi! My handyman actually did it. We measured out the wall, I drew out how many boxes we wanted and how I wanted it to look. Took the wall measurement divided how many boxes we wanted and subtracted the wood measurements, so we knew how far apart to space them. Home depot or lower will even cut the wood for you. First we smoothed the wall, then used a nail gun to attach the wood pieces. Hope that helps!

  19. Rachel says:

    I really love your nursery. Thank you so much for sharing your work so the design challenged such as myself can get inspiration!

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