When planning this nursery, we didn’t know if there would be a prince or princess to come home to it.
Since the parents to be, some of my best friends, wouldn’t be finding out what they were having, we decided on a color scheme of pretty, soft neutrals: creams, whites, grays, and oatmeals. A scheme that could easily be accented with pink or blue once they were all home from the hospital.
Baby GIRL has arrived and she now has a sweet, monochromatic room with a touch of pink.
And it’s just as pretty and soft as she is!
The large window is framed by white and taupe striped panels with a contrasting gray grosgrain trim along the inside edges. The rocker, a family heirloom, sits beside a pair of nesting tables and a fabo gray gourd lamp.
The putty wall color, bright white trim, and contrasting gray doors are perfect with the neutral color scheme. I especially love it all with the gray and cream rug!
A traditional white spindle shelf now holds those precious baby things…books, antique silver cups, dolls, and frames.
A classic white dresser and bamboo mirror will grow with baby girl!
Beautiful Beatrix Potter paintings – painted by baby girl’s talented maternal grandmother – hang over the sweet white crib.
The bedding, another mix of taupe, white, and cream is now accented by a precious pink crib sheet.