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I’m so excited to share Collins’ nursery reveal with you all today in partnership with Project Nursery! One of the sweetest things about having a little ones, and girls especially, is designing a space that’s both sweet and functional!
When we lived in Alpharetta I just loved Collins’ room, especially her Project Nursery floral accent wall that my mom and I did together. I knew when we moved that I would want to do something similar. Thanks to Project Nursery, who gifted us the decals, we were able to recreate another floral accent wall. And this one is even more stunning than the last!
To make this wall happen you need is a few hours to spare and two packs of the decals. We started by tapping them up on the wall to see where we wanted them, and ensure they were spaced out correctly. I’m always so impressed at just how easy they are to apply. And I love that it’s not permanent. That way if we ever want to change things down the road we can!
This may be one of my favorite rooms in the house right now. But I have to say, it was so hard narrowing down which print I loved best. Project Nursery has such an amazing selection of wall decals. From florals to cute graphic prints, and even some that are a little more whimsical there are so many good options.
They have so many ideas on their website that you can do in your own home. I even love the idea of adding a fun pop to a laundry room or bathroom. It’s a great way to spruce up those forgotten nooks and crannies of your home.
With Collins’ wall decals being the same color pallet as the last set I was able to use all her same furniture and decor from our old house. All the details of sources and where I found everything is linked here if you’re curious about Collins’ first nursery. I also linked everything below for you as well!
When thinking about Collins’ Nursery Reveal and designing a space I always start with the main furniture pieces first and work my way outwards from there. We knew we wanted a breathable mattress like the Newton Baby and a crib that would last! A rocker was another must have item and a great dresser for storage.
A great way to create both a functional and yet aesthetically pleasing space is to add a bookshelf! We use Collins’ to display her stuffed animals, books and anything sentimental towards the top. It’s even the perfect height for a baby monitor so that we can see the whole crib!
Dresser – Old from Wayfair; Similar option here
White Wall Flowers – Old from Hobby Lobby; Similar option here
Heart Macrame – Old from Target; Similar option here
Bookshelf – Old from Target; Similar option here
Succulent – Old from Target; Similar option here
If you are a mama or know someone that that is expecting, check out this post with a guide to all our favorite baby products and what we have been loving with Collins + Hazel!
Photos by KVC Photography
Other Blog Posts you might be interested in:
Our IVF Journey, We Are Pregnant, What I’m Packing in my Hospital Bag, Our Maternity Photos, Chris’s Man Cave
I love this nursery so much! I know this is a super random detail, but do you know the name of the carpet you used in there? We are carpeting the kids bedrooms and I love that one so much!
The carpet was already in here when we moved in!
Will you be revealing Hazels nursery in the future?
I will! We are still working on all the details!!
Hi! I love her nursery! I am also having a Collins in January. Do you know what the wall color is?
Our house is BM Soft Chamois!! 🙂
Everything goes together perfectly! Do you have a discount code for Project Nursery/the decals?
Thank you so much! I don’t have a code!!
Love everything! I want these decals for my own room!
Hi! It’s beautiful, thanks for all the sources/links. Who made her name plate art?