I wanted to keep things pretty neutral and have it be a room he can grow into. This room was a hot mess before we started on it — if you need a little reminder you can check that out HERE. I was torn between wallpaper on top of that or just an accent color and ultimately ended up going with a really pretty dark green.
February 11, Warm palettes, thoughtful decor, and gorgeous accents make them appealing to babies and adults alike! I just wanted an excuse to drool!
Andrea Fowler, of Keeping It Cozy, lives with her family in a s farmhouse with wood-paneled walls and floors, a perfect setting for a vintage nursery for her second daughter, Rosetta. Don't forget to remove everything from the crib before you put Baby in it. This sweet black-and-white portrait still in its original frame is the first item that Fowler bought for the nursery.
This post was last updated on January 29, You can clearly feel the longing for adventure in this beautiful nursery. If ever there were a nursery destined for greatness, it would be this little spot. This could be the black and white nursery of our dreams!
Who doesn't love some good nursery inspo? With all things retro and vintage being oh-so-in right now, it's easy to find some old-fashioned inspiration. There's just something extra adorable about a nursery that looks like it's traveled back in time.
After finding out that I was pregnant with a Girl, it didn't take long before jumping right into decorating her nursery. I wanted to create a space that could grow with her, as well as would be calming, feminine and simplistic, all done on a very small budget. Living in military housing, we were not able to paint any of the walls, so adding personality and character to a very blank slate of a room with white walls was a challenge.
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No worries! These intricate treasures can often be found at local antique shops and thrift stores and can serve a number of useful purposes. This charming patchwork accent wall is made up of odds and ends of vintage wallpaper, carefully cut and pasted together to look like a beautiful heirloom quilt. Love this look?
Sign up for monthly free patterns, lots of yarn love and a free PDF knitting pattern to download. Visit local thrift stores, trawl local selling apps and even check eBay locally? The trend of mixing vintage finds with more modern touches like neutral colours, with rattan furniture has continued to grow popular in nursery decor.