March 15, 2021

Vintage Floral Big Girl Room

vintage floral big girl room

I'm so excited to FINALLY reveal Hannah's big girl room! I shared a little sneak peek last month and have finally managed to pull it all together. 

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Hannah's room all started with this rug, which was in her nursery. I loved the soft tones and the subtle pop of green, which I wouldn't normally opt-for, but it works really well with all the muted tones and keeps it from looking too babyish. The rug's color palette is what ultimately inspired the floral wallpaper; the colors are bold, but they play off the colors in the rug beautifully. Other than the crib, the gold bookcase was pretty much the only other item I had for her nursery. I then added the wood beaded chandelier when we moved into this house and that's how her room stayed for a while.

When I started to look at "big girl beds," I fell in love with this dusty blush bed. Like I mentioned in my last post, I had debated between a "safer" choice with a white bed, but I'm so happy I ultimately went with this one. It's a mature shade of pink that can carry her well into her teenage years.

After I decided on the bed, I came across this gorgeous canopy  in champagne and knew I wanted it for her corner to create a dreamy reading nook. Spinkie was kind enough to gift me with one of their dreamy canopies and pom garland and I couldn't be happier with the quality. The tulle is thick and high quality, and Hannah's mouth dropped when she saw it go up; definitely a little girl's dream.

I then purchased this simple white nightstand and swapped out the knobs with a set from Hobby Lobby (similar here) and the room was complete. I'm so happy with how this labor of love turned out, and seeing her reaction to it all was truly priceless.


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