Sweet baby C is my last baby. Seriously, last one. So I tired to put some love and creativity into her non-ideal room (see my post on it’s location here). We also had to make sure that our second nursery could double as a guest room since we have family that comes to visit.
My color scheme was aqua, violet, lavender, and white, and I wanted flowers to be worked into the decorating. The wall color is Aqua Wish from Behr paints, available at home depot. It’s definitely a bold choice, but I think it works for a kid’s room.
So, here is the crib I picked. It’s a Delta Emery 4-1 crib. I highly recommend a convertible crib. Our toddler has one and it was super easy to transition her out of her crib into the toddler bed (essentially the crib without the front panel). I made the paper flowers by watching some tutorials online and picking up some card stock at the craft store. I also bought my first glue gun, I’m not sure how I lived 30 years without owning one.
The room gets lots of natural light, so I bought black out curtain panels. These are Harper panels in lavender from Pottery Barn. The dresser was purchased by my mother-in-law at a church thrift store. She repainted it with white paint and we added new nobs. I painted the pictures of flowers that are above the dresser and added frames.
As you can see, we had to keep our guest bed in the room (a queen) and the bedding is kept simple in white to balance out the aqua walls.
And that’s it. Hopefully baby C likes her room. She seems to like it, unless it’s time for a nap..