Robin’s Room | Pink and Grey Nursery
My own little one’s nursery, which is soon to be “torn down” as she moves into her new “big girl” room.
Back in 2010 and early on in my pregnancy, I stumbled across two vintage-looking canvas prints at Write Impressions (fun shop – check it out!). I bought them and secretly hoped we would have a girl so I could use them as the inspiration for her nursery. It all worked out!
I’m heartbroken to have to move her to the bigger (formerly spare) bedroom, although I’m looking forward to a new decorating project! Stay tuned…
Paint: Benjamin Moore Opal (OC-73)
Crib & Dresser: AP Industries Oceanic & Lollipop lines (Paris finish)
Rocking chair: Monte Grano Glider Recliner
Toile Blanket on rocking chair: http://www.lailamae.com/
White nightstand: Ikea
Wooden end table: found at Antique store
Gold mirror: found at Antique store
White frame above crib: Ikea
Floral prints above crib: Belonged to grandmother
Bird prints above dresser: Write Impressions
‘W’ above dresser: Metropolis Living
“Robin’s Nest” artwork: Pilo
Chandelier: West Toronto Paint & Wallpaper
Green chair: P’Kolino Original Little Reader
Book shelf: Ikea
Elephant humidifier: Crane “Elliot the elephant” Cool mist humidifier
so sweet. love it. so sad you’re be changing it up..
I am actually painting my dining room in Opal by Benjamin Moore. Thank you for posting these lovely pictures. You helped me make up my mind. I saw this color in a decorators living room and have been searching for it. I thought Opal was the color but seeing your room in different lights confirmed it. It’s such a fresh, happy color. Could you tell me the maker and name of the white you used with it? Thanks.
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