This serene nursery created by Christine proves two things: First, just because your decorating for a girl doesn't mean you have to douse everything in pink, and, second, a DIY project doesn't have to be difficult to be effective. Take a closer look at the details to see what I mean.
When I first saw this room, the art above the crib is what stood out most. I thought for sure it was created by an artist, but it's actually just fabric from IKEA wrapped tightly around canvases. An inexpensive way to add interest to your walls.
Another way Christine added interest to the room is by replacing the boring knobs on the dresser with ones that are more visually interesting. Quick but effective.
The mustard yellow accents are a perfect complement to the gray. This cute pillow is from Etsy shop Honey Pie Design.
The child-size reading nook is probably my favorite element of the room. The book shelves were made from spice racks found at IKEA. Clever!
What do you think? Have you ever considered this color scheme for your girls?
P.S. -- For a full list of the sources, visit this post on Just Bella.