Pink & gray forever: a sweet baby girl room

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We're starting to wrap up so many projects nearing the year's end and it was so fun to put the finishing touches on this sweet little nursery this past weekend. What started as a blank (gray) slate was quickly transformed when we pitched the to-die-for wallpaper from Genevieve Gorder. Our client knew she wanted a statement wall, so a statement wall she got. We paired it with pinks for a sweet baby girl and our client actually found the perfect pink for the space –  Proposal by Benjamin Moore to be exact. 

The dresser was a refinished piece that we found at a local resale shop. We had it sprayed White Dove by Benjamin Moore and added this killer hardware from Anthropologie. It was a labor of love just to coordinate the transformation of that piece but to have a solid piece of furniture for about $500 beats anything you could get in a store this day and age. We were all beyond pleased with the uniqueness of this piece when all said and done. 

The XO's were an Etsy find and per our recommendation, our client had them printed and framed through Framebridge – couldn't have been easier. 

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Many of the other pieces were Pottery Barn including the bedding, drapes (blackout), mirror and rug while the toy box/bookcases were our favorite kids storage solution from Land of Nod. Another favorite is the decorative ladder – a perfect solution for blanket storage which also adds some much needed height and texture to the space. 

We're so pleased with how the room turned out and what's better is our client never wants to leave it – a very good thing considering she's about to spend a whole lot of time in it ;)

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