Decorating your dream nursery (win from Target!)
by Lindsay Weiss posted in Products & Prizes Decorating the nursery is my favorite part of being pregnant. (Is it wrong that I may have a fourth child just so I can do another one?) Honey, I hope you’re not reading this. Anyhoo, decorating. Let’s talk about it. You can view my latest nursery for… Read more »
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Project Nursery: Pass on Pink
I’m shying away from the traditional pink fabric for girls, so that ups the stakes in my mission to create a twin nursery for girls that’s playful yet has an adult feel to harmonize with the rest of our home.
The solution? Pass on pink, stick with neutrals, add a fun accent color, and play it up with accessories.
Fabrics. I’m leaning towards grays, lilacs, a little mustard yellow, and maybe a light green.
Here are some beautiful fabrics that I fell in love with from Premier Fabric at $9.99 a yard, great price!
This is the Osborn pattern in storm color, I think will make a beautiful dust ruffle, coupled with ties in the same storm gray.
The Chelsea polka dot print also comes in a lilac color. This might be the bumper. I could line the inside in the lilac, or a white minky dot.
For spot color, I like the lilac and mustard. This might make a fabulous quilt.
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