Baby Girl’s Nursery Reveal

Eeee!! I’m so excited to finally share our baby girl’s nursery with you. It turned out to be super bright, airy and minimal with a classic, yet slightly boho vibe. It honestly took way longer than I thought it would to put this room together, but I’m really excited with how it turned out.

Expecting mom, leaning against crib and holding belly in the nursery.

When deciding how I wanted to transform our guest room into a nursery I knew I wanted to keep things pretty minimal. I didn’t want a theme, a ton of cutesy decor or a super girly (all pink everything) vibe.

That said, I knew I wanted the walls to have a hint of pink so that’s where we started.

I actually asked for paint recommendations on Instagram without mentioning that it was for a nursery because we hadn’t announced we were pregnant yet. My friend Austin recommend Seed Pearl from Behr, one of the colors she was using in her baby girl’s nursery.

We picked up a sample, and I loved it! So, that’s what we went with. I think it’s hard to see in these photos, but the color has a lovely pink undertone in person.

Baby girl neutral nursery with bunny prints above crib.

Once the room was painted, we started looking for furniture and purchased a few of the bigger items (the crib, dresser and glider) and then built the rest of the nursery around those.

We got the crib, glider and nightstand from Pottery Barn Kids when they were having a big Memorial Day sale, so everything was 30% off, which really helped to make it more affordable.

Baby girl neutral nursery with bunny prints above crib.

After finding the big stuff I honestly was so indecisive and spent waaay too much time on Pinterest and Instagram looking for decor inspiration. Figuring out what kind of art to buy was the hardest part and I still feel like we need a little more artwork, but I’m okay with that at this point. I know we’ll find the perfect pieces in time and I didn’t want to buy something that I didn’t absolutely love, just to buy something.

I’m also working on a DIY wall hanging with eucalyptus, but it’s not done yet so I don’t have it up.

Expecting mom in glider in nursery reading a book.

Nursery Inspiration

After my bout of indecisiveness, I finally settled on two main nursery images for inspiration.

The first was from my friend Kendall of Styled Snapshots. She has the cutest style and when I saw the bunny prints in her gender neutral nursery photos, I immediately fell in love. It took me a while to convince Isaac, but now he loves them too!

I mean, how cute is that bunny tush!? I can’t.

Bunny stuffed animal in crib + bunny print over crib.

Non Toxic Bedding

After switching to a non-toxic mattress for ourselves years ago, I knew that I wanted to find a non-toxic crib mattress for the babe as well. Naturepedic has a variety of options and offered to gift me an organic breathable crib mattress as well as an organic changing pad. I really like both items and I feel good knowing that her mattress is non-toxic, safe, breathable and flame resistant (without the use of chemicals).

I also found organic crib sheets with pink polka dots from Pottery Barn that match the nursery perfectly.

The other nursery design photo that I was inspired by is this one. I couldn’t stop thinking about the Moroccan rug and after quite a bit of digging I was able to find it on Overstock.

The rug is definitely one of my favorite components of the nursery. It was relatively inexpensive (an 8×10 rug for less than $400!), but doesn’t look or feel cheap — it’s actually super soft and comfy.

I also really liked the gold lamp in the inspo photo and was able to find it at Target. We put a low wattage bulb in the lamp, so it’s great for just a little bit of extra light and not super bright or overwhelming. It will be perfect for reading books before bed without having to turn on the overhead light.

Baby girl nursery with a blue gray glider, gold flour lamp and leather pouf.

For the glider, we went with brushed cross-weave and the color is technically light gray, but as you can see, it’s really a blue-gray. When it first arrived I was a little thrown off by the color, but now I like it. It gives the room a pop of color, which is a nice balance to all the white and light pink.

And oh my gosh, I’m really excited about the leather pouf that we’re using instead of an ottoman. I’ve been wanting one of these for our living room for years, but they’re pricey so I couldn’t justify buying one. BUT I love it in the nursery! I think it gives the nursery a little bit of a Moroccan, boho vibe and adds texture to the room.

Nightstand in a nursery with sonogram photo, mini cactus, noise machine, stuffed stingray and books.

I wasn’t sure about needing a nightstand, but we ended up getting one and I’m glad we did because we don’t have a lot of other storage space in this room at the moment.

Right now I have some decorative things on the nightstand, along with the sound machine, but I see this being a prime spot to stash all my nursing/feeding necessities — my pump, nipple cream, snacks, etc. — as well as anything else we need for her feeding or bedtime routine.

Baby girl nursery with a white dresser changing station and round mirror above.

For the dresser and bookshelf, I ended up going with the Babyletto brand because I really like the modern design of their furniture. The dresser is the perfect size to use as a changing table, so we have everything for diaper changes on top and the drawer on the left is already filled with diapers.

White and wood modern nursery bookshelf with children's books and toys.

I searched everywhere for a cute bookshelf, but lots of them were huge and geared more for adults. We knew we wanted a lower bookshelf so that baby girl will be able to access it herself when she’s a toddler and I think the one we found it so cute. And I like that the bottom shelf has enough space for toys and larger things, rather than just books.

Expecting mom and dad sitting on the nursery floor with dog.

Overall, I LOVE the way the nursery turned out and it’s now one of my favorite rooms in the house. The kitchen is still my all-time fave, but I definitely like the nursery more than our bedroom now. Haha! I guess that’s a good thing because I’m going to be spending quite a bit of time in there.

We can’t wait to bring baby girl home and welcome her into this sweet space. Olive is particularly excited to be a big sister. She’s been very curious about all the changes going on in the nursery. She loves the new, soft rug and has even tried to claim the llama WubbaNub as her own.

Yorkie looking at a basket of baby toys.

Source list: Dresser / Diaper Pail / Changing Table Tray / Changing CaddyCribGliderNightstandFloor LampBookshelfLeather PoufRugOrganic Changing PadOrganic Crib MattressHamperRound MirrorOlive Tree / Basket for TreeBunny Prints / FramesRope Basket / Woven Basket / Love at First Sight Frame / Hatch Sound Machine / Monitor / Jellycat Bunny

Outfit details: Gray Thermal Button Front Top / Maternity Jeans / Gray Maternity Dress

Photos by the lovely Michelle Chu Photography

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    28 comments
    1. Briana Escobedo
      March 12, 2021 AT 2:52 am

      Hello! I know in the previous comments you linked the frames but for some reason it keeps taking me to the Etsy page with the actual bunny prints. Can you please post the link for the frames again?! Thank you!!!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        March 14, 2021 AT 4:59 pm

        Yes! Just looked it up and here’s the link to the frames we have: https://bit.ly/38EDUxc

    2. Eve
      January 8, 2021 AT 9:20 pm

      Hello!

      This was so helpful. You gave me some amazing ideas for my little ones nursery. Can you please resend the link to the frames that you used for the bunny pictures? It seems to have disappeared.

      Best,
      Eve

      1. Brittany Mullins
        January 10, 2021 AT 11:58 pm

        Weird, the link is working on my end. Let me know if this link works for you.

    3. baby bibs Australia
      September 24, 2020 AT 2:05 am

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    4. Ashleigh Mathew
      September 3, 2020 AT 2:12 pm

      Do you have a link for the frames above the crib? I’m on the hunt for similar lightweight non glass ones.

      1. Brittany Mullins
        September 3, 2020 AT 11:15 pm

        Yes! Here you go. 🙂

    5. Katie
      July 29, 2020 AT 2:40 pm

      Now that you have been using your nursery for awhile, what is your review of the glider and the changing pad? Thanks!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        July 29, 2020 AT 2:58 pm

        Hey Katie! We LOVE both so much. The glider is so comfy and I use it every single day multiple times a day because it’s where I feed her for basically every nursing session or bottle. And I love rocking her in it. It’s also comfy as a recliner for napping. 🙂 And the changing pad has been great. I will say, we got a wipeable changing pad cover from Target that we have over it and it’s been awesome because you can easily just wipe it down to clean it rather than washing it when something gets on it. This is the cover we have: https://bit.ly/2P8y6Sk

        1. Katie Dorian
          July 30, 2020 AT 9:52 am

          Thank you for the feedback! It is so helpful to hear from other Moms!

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