This vintage baby girl nursery design turned out perfect for our girls’ room and has to be my favorite room in the house. A lot of the furniture, dolls, and decor were mine as a child, so this room is true vintage style and I may just have to move in with them. When thinking through this design, I wanted to create a space where the girls could sit and play together for years to come. It’s been so fun to see them enjoying sharing a room together.
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We have a French provincial twin bed for my older daughter and a round crib for our baby girl. We used this crib for each of my five babies so it’s pretty special. I always wanted a round crib and I remember being so surprised when we got it that it was actually half the cost of a traditional rectangle crib. It was dark wood for my oldest boys and we painted it cream for my girls. I had the crib bedding made to go around the bed. I love how elegant it looks with the large pink bow!
After searching for literally months and month for a bedspread that had ruffled sides, I finally found a set on Amazon! I was just about to pull the trigger on someone making this exact set and I found one. Saved me a lot of time and money! We added her name to the roll pillow…there’s just something about personalized linens to finish off a room! I love to mix and match different fabrics to add texture so in this room you’ll find satin, cotton, knit blankets, faux fur, etc.
And this might just be my favorite detail of their room. I had a drawer full of brooches from my great-grandmother, both grandmothers, and my mom and aunt. I saw these frames at Hobby Lobby and knew they would be perfect to display these lovely brooches in her room. My daughter loves getting them down to try them on and one day they’ll be hers to wear.
The floral rug is also a favorite detail. It’s the perfect color blush and I love the femininity it brings to the room, and it’s the perfect spot for play time.
The bentwood rocker was my late grandmothers. I have such fond memories of her rocking me in it. We had it painted cream, and the cane backing painted gold to match the colors of the room. I love that I get to rock my girls in the same rocker.
The stuffed bear and rabbit are the guests of honor at their tea parties. The tea set is porcelain and has the prettiest pink rose detail. We get this one out for actual tea parties and reserve the plastic set she has for every day pretending. The doll cradle was mine as a child and we painted it cream to match her room.
A pair of sconces frame the twin bed, and I found the cutest pink shades. I wanted a way to accent this space, so my very patient husband painted this part of the room pink and very meticulously painted the cream frames as a backdrop. I really love how it turned out!
A gold chandelier with pink pearls hangs at the center of the cathedral ceilings. The chandelier was something else…it wasn’t the right color gold so we pain-stakenly took every pearl off of it, painted it the correct color and then had to reassemble all the pearls. I sat for a few weeks, while very pregnant, stringing those pearls while watching Downton Abbey! It may hang in their room for all eternity.