Frilling Friday: Nursery Inspiration

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We found out last week that it’s a girl!  Her name is Baby T… (hehe you thought I was gonna tell you her name.  nope).  I’m so excited for B to have a sister! They’ll be about two years apart, so hopefully they’ll be good friends and playmates.  I’ve always been jealous of my friends who have sisters (not that I don’t love my bro, not to mention my frilling sis-in-law), and I’m happy at the prospect of living the sister dream through my little girls.

I’ve thought all along that this was another girl baby, and now that we’re sure I’m right, I’m getting all excited about Baby T’s nursery.  So I spent some time looking around the internets collecting some inspiration.  Here are a few of my picks, but you can check out the entire pinboard here.

(Pam, don’t buy any of this stuff.  It’s just an inspiration board.)


Notebook Pouf (Little Choux via LayBabyLay)

 


I’m liking these light gray walls (Daffodil Design via Pinterest)


Aqua Crow’s Feet Rug (Land of Nod)


Sigh…this will not be in my budget, but… (Land of Nod)

 


Remember B’s handmade quilt? My mom just started work on Baby T’s quilt yesterday.  It will be Dresden Flower Garden pattern, and will look sortof similar to this (but different) in vintage-inspired fabrics.  I wanted the girls’ quilts to be able to look nice together for when they eventually share a room, but didn’t want them to be the same.   (photo via Pinterest)

 


This comes in a variety of colors.  I’m thinking red. (OwlyouneedisLove)

 


And wouldn’t this screen-printed ampersand pillow sit perfectly in that glider?  I’m thinking a red ampersand… (gracious home)

Don’t forget to check out more of my nursery inspiration pins here.
Happy Friday!
-f

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Fran likes knitting, cooking, reading design blogs, curating her home, and wearing chunky jewelry.

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