Bergen County, New Jersey
I wanted to have a vintage feel for Amelie's nursery — I didn't really aim for any specific theme. The space is feminine without being overly girly.
I had to overcome an awkward layout and slanted ceilings — the room is long and narrow and has a sloped ceiling on the whole left side. I knew I couldn't put any furniture there such as the crib or the changing table, because we would bump our heads.
The changing table was a piece of furniture my husband and I found over a year ago in our neighbor's trash. My husband likes to refinish and sell old furniture, so we wheeled it over to our garage. After it was done I knew it would be a perfect changing table in a nursery. The only problem was I wasn't pregnant! So we've kept it in the spare room (now Amelie's nursery) ever since.
I used Etsy for the mobile, art, etc. My husband painted the awesome chevron stripes in the closet and also painted the one wall with the window and bookshelf a very pale blue. Her crib and bookshelf were purchased from Restoration Hardware, and her dresser and love seat are from IKEA. The bunny stool was purchased from a company called Untamed Perspective which I found through Instagram. Everything else I found by Googling any idea I had, for example the lace animal curtains. I guess that about sums it up! I had a lot of fun putting this together for our baby and can't wait till she's here to complete the room!
Thanks, Sara! Readers, you can see more of Sara on Instagram.
(Images: reader Sara)
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