A Glam Gold and Grasscloth Nursery

My Room

Name: Baby Girl
Location: Ontario, Canada

My plan for the nursery was to make the most of a small space that was once a really fantastic walk-in closet! I envisioned a cozy, textural, and fairly neutral nursery.

Growing up my parents had grasscloth in a den that I loved spending time in, so I thought it would be fun to use that on the walls in here. The gallery wall includes pictures of our fantastic mothers (soon to be grandmothers!) as toddlers. I have a thing for gold, so the scheme turned into lots of texture, gold and white. Lots of prints, some graphic elements and a touch of leopard round out the look.

Having inherited a beautiful antique spool bed from my husbands mother's family, I thought it would make a great daybed in the nursery. The issue was space, so after lots of space planing I figured out a way that it would fit. I upholstered the crib's headboard with a block-printed sheet that I came across a while ago and knew I'd use one day. The cute elephant mobile is a Flensted Mobile given to us by a good friend. The vintage wicker shelf was a thrift store find. Both the crib and dresser are both good old IKEA!

Thanks, Sarah! Readers, you can see more of Sarah by visiting her website, Sarah Birnie Interiors and her blog.

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(Image credits: Justina Phippen)

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Lauren is a writer, DIYer, and Etsy addict living with her family in her tiny work-in-progress home in Pennsylvania. When not blogging, she can usually be found chasing around one very spirited little three-year-old and snuggling her new baby girl.