Photo: E. Andrew McKinney.
Interior Design: Erin Blake.
This monochromatic, pink nursery is sweet and enchanting. Whether
you choose shades of pink, blue, yellows or greens, monochromatic
rooms can help to enlarge smaller spaces.
For this sweet nursery, shades of pale pinks were chosen for the
walls, fabrics and furniture. It gives this sweet room a shabby
chic, ultra feminine feel. Use an antique armoire for storage and
place your changing table on top of a low dresser for additional
storage. As your baby gets older, you can simply remove the changing
pad and accessorize the dresser with photos, soft stuffed animals
and a shabby chic lamp.
For the bedding, vary the patterns with stripes, solids and tiny
flowers keeping the colors similar for a sense of uniformity. Keep
your window treatments simple with light, lace panels or balloon
valances. Decorate the walls with flower prints, or Victorian children
themed prints. A large mirror with delicately stenciled roses adds
both interests as well as creating an illusion of space and light.
This charming and sweet nursery can easily grow with a little girl
with a little planning. From baby to little girl, this nursery eludes
a sense of fairy tale fantasy and elegance.