Cribspiration: A Classic Girl Nursery
As a mommy-to-be, your baby’s nursery is both a reflection of your unique taste and a special space where your sweet baby will spend a whole lot of time. A classic girl nursery never goes out of style, and with Pantone’s recent color of the year announcement we expect to see some beautiful spaces inspired by Rose Quartz in 2016! We shared inspiration for a classic boy nursery earlier this month, and below are some of our favorite spaces from which you can draw inspiration for a pretty pink nursery.
Feminine and Sophisticated
When fashion blogger Rachel Parcell, of Pink Peonies, welcomed a baby girl, it was no surprise that the little princess would have a stunning nursery filled with sophisticated pink details. Pink accents and lots of luxurious texture make this space so sweet for a baby girl. Even the reading nook is absolutely darling!
Sweet & Airy
This adorable room is decorated with sweet shabby chic style and special details, like pearls from mommy’s wedding strung on the chandelier and curtains. The central windows flood the room with morning light!
Whimsical & Girly
Mallory, of Style Your Senses, brought her unique inspiration to life in this whimsical nursery! Perfect for a classic girl nursery, a white Jenny Lind crib is centered on a watercolor wall paper accent wall, which gives this room a garden feel. Other personalized touches, like the framed monogram over the crib and pom pom trimmed lamp shade, complete the magical room.
Calm & Cozy
We love Christina’s style on her blog, Carolina Charm, and this nursery is no exception! She started with classic gender-neutral furniture and added a pop of pattern with a trellis stencil on an accent wall. Warm wood doors give the room a farmhouse feel, and pale pink accents adorn the calm and cozy space so it’s a sweet room where her daughter can grow.
Courtney, of Pizzazzerie, has a panache for party planning, and her styling skills totally shine in her daughter’s beautiful nursery! The wrought iron four post crib serves as the focal point, and the peachy pink walls fill the space with color. She hand selected personal art pieces for the walls and set up a precious spot for future tea parties with her little lady.
Are you inspired by classic nursery design? Share your favorite ideas in the comments below!