From the moment we first bought our house, I began to imagine all of the things I would do to welcome home our baby who was on the way. We bought our house in the middle of the Texas summer and I was EIGHT months pregnant(last minute rushing and story for another day!), so I was 1. bursting at the seams(literally) with ideas for a nursery room, and 2. had to make it happen pronto because she was on her way.
First things first though, planning her room had to be quick, simple, and had to reflect my style. However, I've always been the type that likes to do things a differently, so I didn't want to do any pink in her room. I wanted a clean and minimal color scheme for her room. Since her name means light blue in Spanish, I also wanted to incorporate the color blue in her room. With the help of some gold accents, and a splash of blues, I was able to make her nursery room seem minimal boho chic and ready for a baby girl.
Her hanging bassinet was delivered a few months before we bought the house and the wall art was made by a local artist, with one of the pieces hand painted by myself! Her papa made her some floating book shelves, because a little girl needs a place to put all of her books, right?
**Details of her nursery room items are at the bottom of this post.
Hanging Bassinet: Hang A Hammock
Wool Rug: Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines
Gold Frames: Target
Wall Art(Florals): Commissioned by Dallas Artist Jenna Vanzant Underwood
Wall Art(Watercolor): Handpainted by me
Changing Table: Sakandi Cabinet Pier 1 Imports
Round Gold Mirror: Target
Wooden Bookshelves: Handmade by her daddy(he's a carpenter)