After over 125 votes (WOW!) we have ourselves a nursery winner....
Thanks to a reader I was able to locate the source. I apologize for not finding it the first time- I swear I tried! The source is Theophile-Patachou.. If you liked this nursery you'll LOVE their website.
So, like I promised, I recreated #20 on a budget...
Benjamin Moore, HC-45, Shaker Beige... and OC-17, White Dove (ha, you can't even see it)
** I would paint the entire room one or the other. If it were up to me? Shaker beige. Baseboards and crown mldg. can be white dove (or existing trim color)
West Elm jute rug, $89
Crib from JCPenney, $179
For the chair, the closest thing I could find for less $$ was this one:
the Louisa chair from Ballard Designs, $599
The Leksvik Chest from Ikea is perfect for doubling as a changing table. And for only $249, Iwould paint it *white dove* and change out the hardware with these:
Classic Ring pulls for $5 each
White crib bedding? Easy.. go to Target. Or for a step up:
From pbkids white bedding
Throw blanket in tan, from Overstock, $25
For the detailed canopy design over the crib... I'm actually going to choose to NOT copy this part. Not because I don't like it (I do) but because this part, on a budget, could get ugly fAST!! For an example of what I'm referring to click here.
So I'd go with something similar but much more simple:
Indian Gauze Canopy from World Market, $49.99- I've seen this in person and it's great... very ethereal and not cheap looking!
And for the windows I would mimic the design of this canopy and get basic white drapes, apply grosgrain ribbon to the edges of the panels and make ties at the top as well....
Whimsical chandelier on sale for $129
For the little lamp on the dresser I'd go with one of these 2:
Chelsea table lamp for $59 with your choice of shade color (an additional $16),
A simple gourd lamp, $79.95
When I saw the artwork the first thing that came to mind was: Eddie Ross. Have you read the post about what he did with baby clothes and accessories? Seriously, it's SO cool.
As with most of Eddie's inspiring posts he will have you heading up to your attic in a heartbeat. Click here to read it.
So if you can come up with something sentimental to frame, GO FOR IT. If not, these little prints from Etsy would be pretty cute:
from Barking Bird Art, $18 each
5x7 frames, only $1.99 for a 3-pack! From Ikea, ofcourse. I repeat- One dollar and ninety nine cents!! I'm pretty sure I can't even buy a Gatorade for that much! Paint them several shades darker than the wall color- and wrap my mats in off-white burlap which you can find in pretty much any local fabric store. JoAnns for starters...
For a great DIY post on custom matted framing click here.
5x7 frames, only $1.99 for a 3-pack! From Ikea, ofcourse. I repeat- One dollar and ninety nine cents!! I'm pretty sure I can't even buy a Gatorade for that much!
Paint them several shades darker than the wall color-
and wrap my mats in off-white burlap which you can find in pretty much any local fabric store. JoAnns for starters...
peg shelf, $49
(paint it White Dove*)
OR add a little personality and get a basic wall shelf-
from Target, (paint it White Dove*)
with any of these hooks mounted underneath:
all from anthropologie
A pretty braided basket- for $19
Cuddle bunnies from Restoration... $10-$39
AND just because they match are tooooo cute to pass up:
[cue baby voice]
baby Uggs. OH-my-goodness...
And just so you know, the runner up was number ONE:
It's good to know y'all like rooms with color. :) ....Hey, I'm with you.
Speaking of white- we have been covered in SNOW here in Nashville!
Thank you so much for all of your comments and votes! Have a great Monday.