Pink and Gold Confetti Nursery

 

Deliciously Darling | Pink and Gold Nursery

So excited to  share my sweet baby girl’s Pink and Gold Confetti Nursery today. A little background, I have two boys – 7 and 5 so when I found out I was having a girl I instantly knew her room would be pink, pink and more pink. My first stop was Pottery Barn Kids. I grabbed their solid pink bed sheet and decided that I’d match the walls to the fabric. Thankfully, Pottery Barn Kids is way ahead of us and has collaborated with Sherwin Williams to make matching paints. Once I got the paint home my husband said “are you sure you want to paint the walls Pepto Bism0l Pink?” Um, yeah. I totes do. As he is not one to argue with a pregnant lady the walls in the nursery became pink. Hope you enjoy the pics and check out more DIY details below!

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Details

I wanted the Nursery to be this happy place. A place that would make me smile when I’m changing the baby’s diaper at 3am. Confetti makes me smile so naturally that means gold Confetti Walls.  With my trusty Silhouette Cameo machine, I cut over 200 two inch gold vinyl circles. It was so easy to do and such an inexpensive way to jazz up the nursery.

I’m all for a DIY nursery, i feel like it makes the room so personal. I made the little gold lamb mobile out of twine, an embroidery hoop, glitter wrapping paper and glitter tape. It’s so glittery – I just love it. I also made the gorgeous pink ombre paper wreath that hangs above the changing table. A little DIY project that cost around $4.00 for me to make. I reused an old wreath that I had from a past event, added crepe paper and tons and tons of beautiful paper flowers. I’m such a fan of my Silhouette Cameo machine. I love that I can use it to make everything from paper lambs to paper flowers.

My absolute favorite item in the nursery is the “For Like Ever” print. I saw a pink and red version on pinterest and once I found out the seller had a gold version I was sold. Looks so cool. I’m picturing Ally college bound and the one thing she grabs from her childhood room (for her dorm room) is this poster. Ha.

Moving on to the furniture situation. I was very fortunate that I kept all of the nursery furniture from my two boys. The crib, sofa, night stand, changing table, rocking lamb and rocking chair were from my first son so they are about 7 years old. The thought crossed my mind to get a new more modern rocking chair but I opted to keep and use what I have. After all, I was having a girl and she would get new everything so having hand-me-down furniture is totally okay. I loved adding new little items to the nursery. The dollhouse book shelf was my absolute must. I searched everywhere for an affordable version and found this one at Target for $99.00. Kate Spade apple bank, an antique tea set, vintage looking hard cover books, baby books from her brothers and pink chevron baskets fill the shelves. Another new nursery addition is the gold Moroccan pouf. “Does the baby need a pouf” asks my husband. Of course she does! Can’t wait for her one year pictures when I plop her on top of it. Giggle.

I hope you enjoyed the little peek into our sweet baby girl’s nursery.

Vendor Credit || Design, Mobile, Flower Wreath & Gold Vinyl Dots: Deliciously Darling || Photography: Lauren Nicole Studios || Ombre Pink Bedskirt, Gold Chevron Changing Table Cover & Blanket: Caden Lane || Larkin Crib, Night Stand, Sofa, Crib Sheet, Bumper, Anywhere Chair, Rug, Window Panels, Small Throw Pillows: Pottery Barn Kids || For Like Ever Poster: Super Rural || Moroccan Pouf: Rosenberry Rooms via Amazon || Gold Dot pillows: Waiting on Martha ||