Scarlett Ella’s Nursery Reveal

What a relief, we are finally done with Scarlett’s nursery! There are a few small items we still need to purchase, such as the changing pad and baskets for the closet, but overall it’s finished. Our vision was to make her room feel apart of our home so we didn’t go completely crazy with a theme. However, if I had to describe the nursery, we were going for a clean chic – using grays, whites, and touches of blush pinks with fun patterns throughout. The bedding was the first thing we picked out, which I fell in love with, and it set the stage for the rest of the nursery. We did a lot of the projects on our own which helped cut costs and also made it more personal. We are extremely pleased with how everything turned out and are excited to share! 


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Project Details- 

  • Crib: Pottery Barn Kids
  • Bedding: Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
  • Rug: HomeGoods
  • Knit Floor Pouf: Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
  • Glider: BabiesRUs
  • Ladder: DIY
  • Dresser: Antique shop- was originally black with old school knobs, we re-did it. I used wallpaper for the sides of the drawers (
  • Bookshelves: DIY using pallets
  • Headband holder: DIY
  • Sign above crib: DIY
  • Closet Bins: HomeGoods
  • Table/lamp: HomeGoods
  • Hamper: HomeGoods
  • Frames: HomeGoods, painted gray
  • Watercolor Pictures: Etsy- BillyAndScarlet
  • Chalkboard: Hobby Lobby



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