Name: Evangeline (8 months)
Location: Alexandria, Virginia
When planning Evangline's nursery, my goal was to make it sweet and feminine without being the traditional pink girl's room. I was able to combine things I already had, DIY projects, and items from family members to create the space without spending too much money. It isn't a big room, so I also wanted to make it feel light and open.
My favorite part about the room is how much of my grandmother is injected into it. Sadly she passed away about a month before Eva was born. I collected a lot of items that belonged to her and was purposeful to display them in her room. I'm looking forward to telling my daughter about all the special things that belonged to her great grandmother and my memories of those things from when I was a child.
- Crib- Sundvik from Ikea
- Dresser- From my grandmother, repainted and new hardware
- Crib sheet/Changing pad cover- ModFox on Etsy
- Mobile- HRUSKAA on Etsy
- Tassel wall hanging- DIY by me
- Lamp- Target
- Laundry hamper- From my grandmother, repainted and covered with vintage 1940’s wallpaper from Rosieswallpaper on Etsy
- Toy bin- Home Goods
- Hedgehog, deer, and owl print- Littlecatdraw on Etsy
- Animal Alphabet print- Paola Zakimi on Society6
- Fox print- Teagan White on Society6
- Paint was a custom Benjamin Moore color left over from my living room. Piggy bank and hanging plate were purchased from antique stores. Little chipmunks, mirror, ballerina, and birds on the wall belonged to my grandmother. My mom made the pink scallop blanket. Doll from RovingOvine on Etsy. Letter “E” and penguin were from Anthropologie. Squirrel and bunny amigurumi were custom orders from owlandwool on Etsy.