Baby Girl's Room

My hubby and I worked diligently to complete baby girl's room. My vision was a soft pink and gray nursery that she can grow into. It has turned out better than I imagined, and I'm so excited to share it with you.

The mirror was stored in our garage. We cleaned it up and put a new, sturdy wire hanger on the back. The diaper cake was a gift from Kevin's office, and the colors match perfectly. I'm temped to leave it as is because it's so adorable. The pom poms were apart of the decoration for a baby shower. They looked so good that I decided to use them in baby girl's nursery.

The dresser was my oldest son's, but since he is sharing a room with his brother it didn't match the decor. The dresser is very old, and it originally had a brown coat of paint. We took it to a lovely lady that I met at MOPS, and she refinished it in a light pink. It is now one of my favorite pieces of furniture.

You will never guess where I found those amazing flowers. They were in the party decoration section of Hobby Lobby. The set of three was $10, and they were half off when I bought them. Yay for a deal! The letter A is from Hobby Lobby as well, and the frame is from a picture that I disassembled. I dusted it off, and we hung it around the letter. I spray painted the shelf black for some extra contrast. 

Isn't this bow board adorable? It was a gift from my good friend, Alyson. We made a lot of bows and headbands at the baby shower. Now we have a decorative place for all of the bling my daughter already possesses. The canvas baskets are from Big Lots, and they were only $5 a piece.

My grandmother gave me this lamp when I was a teenager. I revamped the shade, and I think Grandmother would be happy with the results.

I hope baby girl will love her room and will sleep soundly. I can hope right?


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