Inspiration Board | Baby Girl Grady’s Nursery

Ever since I started Weekend Links, Fridays have been a day for me to share things that aren’t necessarily wedding related, but that I find inspiring and think you’ll enjoy, too. Or sometimes things that are a bit more personal. And though weddings will always be the heart of Snippet & Ink, now that we have a baby joining the family I thought it would be fun to make a little room here for life beyond the wedding day. So, in addition to a Happy Weekend post, Fridays will sometimes include a little something extra, starting with this inspiration board I created for Little Miss Grady’s nursery…

When decorating a room, I tend to go piece by piece, picking up things that stand out to me and as our budget allows. But with the nursery, I wanted to have something resembling a finished room by the time little girl arrived, and it was surprisingly difficult to find what I was looking for in coral! So, the actual direction of the nursery has changed a bit, with more pale pink and gray, but I still love the feel of this inspiration board and could see the room eventually growing into it.


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Vendor Credits

Row 1: tie-top linen curtains from Restoration Hardware / Chelsea Bella twill from / framed Shel Silverstein poems from Amy Meier Design / handmade teddy bear by Jennifer Murphy  / Row 2: camelia botanical print from / boudoir pillow from Annette Tatum / Locklin Plantation wallpaper by Brunschwig & Fils / Jameson dresser from Restoration Hardware / Row 3: pink check fabric from / pink monogram bed linens from Leontine Linens / magnolia botanical print from / Reverie print by Alphonse Mucha from / Row 4: Asher armoire from Restoration Hardware / apple blossom botanical print from / pink crib bedding from Land of Nod / coral burlap drum shade from Shades of Light / bedroom with Turkish towel from Easy Elegance via Such Pretty Things


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