Jane’s Nursery + $6 Accent Wall!

Only seven weeks to go and we are getting as ready as we can for Jane! I’m so excited to share with you a few details of her nursery today!

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First up, paint! One night, I got the painting bug. I had a sample I had been considering from Jones Paint & Glass and just decided to start painting.

The sample can covered one wall with two coats! I am in love with the color, Benjamin Moore Pink Canopy. It is a great combo of pink and coral and super bright. I decided that just an accent wall was perfect for the small space.

I cannot believe paint cost for this room was only $6!!! It dramatically changed the whole look of the room and only took about an hour! Love it!

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

We decided on a basic white sheet and skirt with pops of bright coral and pinks in the pillows and the quilt.

I couldn’t resist this hook to display a few favorite things.

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

I thought I would use this chair in the nursery, but after your comments this comfy chair is on its way! So excited, thanks for the advice.

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

I found this lamp at Home Goods for $34.99 and tied a huge tulle bow around the shade to make it extra girlie.

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

A bookshelf on the wall opposite the crib holds all her books, shoes, bows and stuffed animals.

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

Brad’s niece, Lisa made this bow holder! Genius, I tell ya!

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

boxwood clippings_em's baby girl nursery

Your bunny and room are waiting for you Jane, don’t take too long!

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If you’d like help decorating your space please email us!

mail [at] boxwoodclippings [dot] com

11 Responses to “Jane’s Nursery + $6 Accent Wall!”

  1. Terri Clayton Says:

    I love it!

  2. Katie Says:

    The link for the chair goes to the hooks. We’re putting together our nursery and I’m nosy what chair you ordered. :)

  3. chrissy Says:

    Gorgeous nursery! I love all the little elements. I have seen bow holders before but this one is beautiful!! I must try to make one of these for my daughter.

  4. Janna Says:

    So sweet! Where did you get the piece above her crib? Also, your link for the chair goes to the hooks instead…Would love to see what chair you’re getting as I need one for my little one that’s due in a week! Thanks for sharing this adorable space!

  5. Sarah Says:

    Hi Katie, thanks for letting us know that the link wasn’t working, it’s fixed now. We found the PB Savannah chair at a discount store, DownEast. It is sooo comfy but pricey if you have to pay full price. Good luck with your search and congrats!!!

  6. Harlow Says:

    Where did you get the “wicker circle piece” above Jane’s crib :) ?

  7. Kim Says:

    Are those burp cloths with rolled up in the basket? Details please :)

  8. emily@boxwoodclippings Says:

    Thanks ladies, this project was so fun! Janna, the woven basket above the crib was a thrift store find for $3! Kim- those are swaddle blankets rolled up in the basket… our faves: http://www.swaddledesigns.com/

  9. Bri Says:

    Beautiful Em! Can’t wait to see her! Xoxo

  10. LB Says:

    Absolutely adorable, Emily! What a lucky little girl!

  11. Allegra Says:

    OH man it’s so so pretty and feminine! I love it. I love the little fun punches of color. Especially for a summer baby. It’s perfect. You’re so talented

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