Carolynn Giordano Lemke - Owner of Two Brunettes



 

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Monday
Sep132010

Nursery Inspiration

This weekend, and basically all I can think about is BABY BABY BABY! Especially since we are having a girl I am overwhelmed with inspiration for her room. I am not a super pink matchy matchy girlie girl and I never have been. I do want my little girl to have a very sweet room without being too over the top with pinks and keeping it budget friendly at the same time. I love this photo for inspiration found on The Style files, with the blackboard wall, and great shelves, I think it is the prefect mix of girlie and comfort that we are looking for. 

We started painting last weekend the nursery Benjamin Moores decorator white which we love, and finished it off this weekend with a last minute decision of the trim in a cranberry and boy is it berry. I am not sure how I feel about it yet but looking forward to seeing everything set up in the room and how it comes together.

I have found mostly all the furniture at thrift stores and garage sales this summer and can't wait to get it in the room. I ordered a bunch of fabric from Hawthorne Threads  for the bedding and curtains which my lovely momma is gonna sew. I have many additional wishlist items I am dreaming about purchasing, we will see what I end up actually splurging on!

[photos via / Husband / The Style Files / Hawthorne Threads / Fawn and Forest Mobile / rug layla grace / Floor Lamp Anthropologie / Print Sycamore Street Press ]

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Love the inspiration!! We are using two Sycamore Street Press prints in our baby's nursery. The La Vie en Rose is a great print.

September 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAbbie

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