This lovely baby girl nursery in the eaves looks just about perfect for little Juniper. With soft pink walls and colorful touches found everywhere, it feels like exactly the sort of space any little girl would love. See more below!
A multi-colored afghan drapes over the estate-sale-sourced Jenny Lind crib, which was a score for only only $40! It was promptly re-painted a bright red. What a great find.
The rocking chairs were found in thrift and antique stores and refinished with love. I really enjoy the mid-century modern credenza-turned-changing-table and the variety of furniture styles found throughout the room. It all manages to complement rather than compete for attention -- a bonus indeed!
A sweet little needlework piece done by Juniper's great-grandmother once hung in her mother's room as well. What a treasure!
Such a fantastic little nook, perfect for catching naps, reading books, and whatever else she dreams up. So cozy!
Decorating with pink can be a hot-button topic when it comes to little girls' nurseries, but in my opinion, this room is a great example of how to do it right!
Are you a fan of pink for your little lady, or do you prefer to stay far away? I want to know!