Baby Sloane’s Pink and Gold Nursery Reveal
Baby Sloane’s nursery was a true labor of love. Nurseries are always my favorite room to decorate because you can be so playful. I found and fell in love with the mauve fringe chandelier and decided to base the room around that. The room has a mix of muted pink hues with gold and brass accents and tons of different textures — velvet curtains, fur pillows, fringe chandeliers etc. The flower wall was actually the final touch and something I wasn’t originally planning on, but I truly think it pulled it all together.
My favorite parts of her room are the little touches — the brass bow hooks with the framed letter print above and the swan nook with her shoes and special accessories. While her crib and dresser are from Restoration Hardware, I really wanted to find special little things from all over for everything else — her mobile is from an Etsy shop in Italy and reminded me of my wedding dress, her name sign is from a small shop based in Australia, and the print near her door is a print of a letter I fell in love with before I even had Miles.
I linked where I got everything below.
Huge thanks to Apple of Our Eye photography for perfectly capturing the space and these moments.
We loved putting together all of these pieces to create a pretty space for our baby girl. See below for where we purchased everything.
– Leyton Crib & Dresser from Restoration Hardware Baby
– Marigold Blush Floral Mural by Urban Walls
– Chandelier from Anthropologie(pink is discontinued)
– Pink Enzo Rug from Lulu and Georgia
– Side table from Target
– Bow drawer pull from Crate and Barrel
– Velvet Drapes from Anthropologie (style discontinued)
– Swan Animal Heads from Target
– Rainbow Prints from Etsy Shop Dia Modern Design
– Name Block from Etsy Shop Milestone Story
– Lamp from Lulu and Georgia (discontinued)
– Linens from Restoration Hardware Baby
– Mobile from Etsy
– Chair from Olio Studio
We loved partnering up with Urban Walls for Sloane’s nursery. We used their silver star decals on the ceiling of Miles’ safari-inspired nursery and they are still a huge hit with him. For Sloane’s we decided to do an accent wall behind her crib with the Marigold Blush Floral Mural ($485). I felt it complemented the mauve chandelier and the different pink hues in the room. We also wanted it subtle enough to showcase the gold sign with her name. We are absolutely thrilled with how it turned out and I really feel it pulled the whole room together. It’s stick on panels and removable if she ever wants to change the look of her room. Check out the rest of their decals, murals and wallpaper here.
We’d love to hear about the ways you made your nurseries special in the comments below!
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