Monday, May 10, 2010

Pink and Navy Nursery

Hello Design Dazzle Readers!
It's Autumn, here to share with you an exciting project that I just finished,
A Pink and Navy Nursery for a darling newborn girl.
When beginning any design project, one of my first tasks is figuring out what pieces of furniture 
are staying in the space. In this case, my client already had the crib and changing table, as well
as a pink and white gingham chair. I wanted something fresh and feminine and unique, and was
so excited when my client agreed to the pink and navy color scheme that I proposed.
A simple chandelier, purchased at an online discount store, was spray painted a crisp white,
and boring white shades were covered with polka dot fabric and pom pom trim to add some fun.
The charming pennant adorns the crib, and ties together the many blue fabrics we used in the room.

A collection of blue plates, anchored by a mirror, reinforce the color scheme.

The punches of blue are really showcased against the pale pink walls.

Simple Ikea sheers are trimmed in navy pom pom fringe, and custom DIY pillows 
on the gingham chair make a comfy spot to rock baby to sleep.

A bundle of branches, with hanging fabric birds serves as a unique mobile over the changing table.
The silhouettes are of the other four children  in the family, and the "A" is for the new baby, Amelia.

I hope you have enjoyed this nursery tour! If you would like to see more pictures, including instructions on many of the projects in this room, please stop by my blog.

Autumn Clemons, author of design*dump is a featured contributor.

16 1/2"OD x 3 5/8"ID x 1 1/8"P Alexandria Ceiling Medallion

Distressed Silver 27" Round Wall Mirror

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