We already had the distressed gray bookcases and the antique dresser so we knew a dark crib would coordinate well with the two. The muted oushak rug layered on the large jute area rug really brings the whole color scheme of the room together. The light linen glider and drapery help soften the space.
We decided to wait until she's born to reveal her name for an added surprise. It's been a lot of fun for everyone trying to guess her name.
I was excited to incorporate a vintage brass floor lamp that was passed down from my grandmother in this seating area. We've had the side table for several years and just updated it with a little paint.
I infused salvaged architectural finds in her nursery with the pink and green shutter and the 1800's distressed, mirrored closet doors. I love the extra character they add to the room. We sealed all the old paint for added safety.
I found this antique dresser at an auction last year and it couldn't fit more perfect on this wall. It functions as a changing table now and will later easily transition for a big girl room.
I framed a few of my favorite maternity pictures for her bookcases which will eventually be filled with books and toys.
The bedding is kept simple in all white linen from Restoration Hardware with pink and white buffalo check pillows from Ikea.
I can't wait to see our baby girl wear this beautiful handmade, smocked pink dress from a dear friend. Her closet is getting full pretty fast, it's just so much fun buying for little girls!
My due date is less than three weeks away! It's all starting to get real at this point in my pregnancy with preparing, nesting, and now just patiently waiting to meet our sweet E.
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