A Magical Fairy Tale Nursery for a Beautiful Baby Girl

There's are so many delightful details in this gorgeous nursery for little Eulalie, I can hardly wait to share. Click through for all the info below!

As a name choice, Eulalie is quite vintage and anything but common, which makes me so happy as I'm a big fan of oldies but goodies. I think you'll find this room to be along those same lines. 

Such lovely light, and I'm obsessed with the Bohemian-inspired hanging fixture and cushioned seating area. Such a delightful alternative to a spare bed in the room, and the perfect spot to cuddle and read. 

 

This distressed green dresser was the inspiration behind the entire room. Eulalie's mom found it before she ever existed and had plans to place it in her future nursery all along. It's quite a statement piece and looks right at home. 

Thoughtful details and knick-knacks found here and there. The shelving unit above works for both form and function with room for display, organization, and storage too.  

Eulalie's crib was handmade by her mother's grandfather when her mom was a wee babe. What a sweet connection -- and one that is to be cherished on so many levels. It's just beautiful and made even more ethereal by the canopy hanging above. 

 

A suspended branch makes for a magical place to hang little clothes and display tiny shoes.

So many sweet things found in this space! I find myself reminiscing fondly about the wonder and delight that comes along with the arrival of a teeny baby girl. And I love the story behind the green dresser and how it came to be the anchor in this nursery, along with the heirloom crib.

Have you ever used a family heirloom or piece with special meaning in your own nursery design? I'd love to hear about it in the comments below!

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nonmember avatar jamie

Yes its all quite picturesque but also not baby friendly... soon as that baby can scoot the pretty canopy will have to go or she will pull on it play it it and risk becoming entangled in it....as well as The whimsical curtains... the pretty palette of pillows will never stay that neat as soon as she learnes she can grab them and toss them As far as the design its very visually pleasing but for practicality sake it won't survive past the first few months of life until it will have to be changed for the baby's safty. Also the centerpiece the antique heirloom crib is quite beautiful however once the child begins to pull Up and climb she'll be able to hoist herself over the top as the mattress is not low enough but is just tall enough to put the beautiful mobile made up of tiny pieces within grabbing reach of little hands if this nursery were created for a photoshoot it definitely hit all the marks on creativity However if it were designed to accommodate an actual child while being beautiful and unique is also a bit hazardous and impractical I do think passing down vintage pieces for the younger generation is a wonderful thing.. However when doing this you must also take into consideration the safety of a child you are putting in that room With just a few of the things I noticed the baby in this room could quite easily become one of the stories you hear about accidents that cauae Serious injury or worse...But to each her own I suppose.

nonmember avatar jamie

Yes its all quite picturesque but also not baby friendly... soon as that baby can scoot the pretty canopy will have to go or she will pull on it play it it and risk becoming entangled in it....as well as The whimsical curtains... the pretty palette of pillows will never stay that neat as soon as she learnes she can grab them and toss them As far as the design its very visually pleasing but for practicality sake it won't survive past the first few months of life until it will have to be changed for the baby's safty. Also the centerpiece the antique heirloom crib is quite beautiful however once the child begins to pull Up and climb she'll be able to hoist herself over the top as the mattress is not low enough but is just tall enough to put the beautiful mobile made up of tiny pieces within grabbing reach of little hands if this nursery were created for a photoshoot it definitely hit all the marks on creativity However if it were designed to accommodate an actual child while being beautiful and unique is also a bit hazardous and impractical I do think passing down vintage pieces for the younger generation is a wonderful thing.. However when doing this you must also take into consideration the safety of a child you are putting in that room With just a few of the things I noticed the baby in this room could quite easily become one of the stories you hear about accidents that cauae Serious injury or worse...But to each her own I suppose.

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