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Transforming a Den into the Sweetest Little Nursery.


Transforming a Den into the Sweetest Little Nursery.

Michelle Pulman

It's finally time for the big reveal! As you know, I've been helping my friend, Tiziana, design a nursery for her baby girl who's due in June -- and it's been so much fun! Up until this point, I've only designed boys' nurseries (luck of the draw), so planning a room for a little girl was a new challenge. 

You'll remember from the mood board I shared a few months back that our color scheme was gray and light pink with pops of gold. Since the nursery is technically a den (no windows), we chose to keep the furniture predominantly white except for the dresser/changing table, which is a rustic light wood grain that contrasts beautifully.

To fill an empty entry wall, we chose to hang six photographs from The Animal Print Shop in a grid. And, we found the cutest pom pom mobile on Etsy (which comes in tons of different colors, so super easy to customize for any nursery!). Instead of a traditional glider, Tiziana opted for a beautiful French vintage upholstered rocking chair from RH BabyandChild in light gray, and a light pink Moroccan pouf from Lulu & Georgia (my favorite!). The throw pillows are from Anthropologie and the bookcase is filled with books from family and friends (with personalized messages to Baby A written inside). 

See below for detailed shots of the nursery. Baby A is one lucky girl!