A Fresh Take on Feminine for Harlan's Nursery

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Name: Harlan Veil
Location: Abbotsford, British Columbia

After having two boys first, I couldn't wait to start a baby girl's nursery. But I wanted to wait until I had an inspiration and finally I found it - birds of a feather. I handmade the mobile and that was the starting point for her nursery space. I finally found the perfect fabric and the rest is - well, history! Being a lover of the earth and horses I also wanted to add that element as well.

Source List:

  • Paint color: Cloud White, Benjamin Moore
  • Mobile: handmade
  • Gold unicorn: PBTeen
  • Knobs: Anthropologie
  • Doll crib: Pottery Barn Kids
  • Toy basket: Winners
  • Serape: Arrow and Aspen
  • Glitter hanger: Pearls and Pastries
  • Dress hanging and floral headband and Harlan's headband: Arrow and Lace Designs
  • Custom sheets and change pad: Joni Witmer
  • Dresser: IKEA
  • Wall emblem: Urban Walls
  • Bookshelf: DIY IKEA hack
  • Black and gold print: Kardzcouture
  • Custom Unicorn Print: Kelli Murray
  • Gold "H": Chapters
  • Unicorn pillow: Laura Frisk Art
  • Floral crown: Jeadore blogger
  • Art hoop: Little Low on Etsy
  • Headbands in gold jars: I Wear the Headdress on Big Cartel, Native Thread on Etsy, Arrow and Lace Designs
  • Moccasins: Freshly Picked
  • Dress: Joe fresh

Thanks, Michele! Readers, you can see Michele's photography work at Michele Sarah Photography.

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(Image credits: Michelle Sarah Photography)

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.

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