Pink Oasis Nursery for Our Baby Girl
(Powder Springs, GA)
Pink Oasis Nursery for Our Baby Girl w Amy Coe Baby Bedding and artwork. The wall paint colors are Panache Pink (Sherwin-Williams) and Pure White
The inspiration our baby girl's pink oasis nursery design was a nursery that I saw in a home decorating magazine layout. I admired the pink and white color scheme so much that I had to go immediately and buy the entire Amy Coe Pink Pop baby bedding collection.
I shopped for and bought as many wall decorations and artwork as I could find that were similar to those in the article to achieve a similar pink nursery for my baby girl!
We started out attempting to create an exact copy but ended up adding quite a few decorative touches of our own.
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It would appear that the Amy Coe baby bedding collection was the inspiration for most of your color choices and nursery ideas. Could you please tell us what you found so appealing about the collection?A:
I liked the pink and white color as well as the floral print fabric's pattern of the crib quilt. The design is almost an elegant damask print but less formal. The collection came with a ruffled crib skirt, a fitted crib sheet, a bumper pad and the crib quilt. In addition to liking the looks of the set, I also appreciated that the comforter's cover is removable (meaning that I didn't have to wash the entire piece every time I freshened up the nursery) and that all of the pieces are machine washable.Q:
Was the pink crib canopy included as part of the Amy Coe Pink Pop baby bedding collection?A:
I actually found the canopy at Home Depot but it's a perfect color match to the crib set. The draped fabric is only a shade darker than the pink paint we chose for the walls making a nice contrast. I was having some difficulty finding decorations since the crib is located in the corner of the nursery and the canopy was perfect for the space.Q:
Speaking of wall decorations, The I (heart) you artwork is adorable! Did the four pieces come as a set or did you purchase them separately?A:
All of the I heart ME artwork that you see in the nursery pictures is by Amy Coe. They all have a similar color layout and style but the large I Heart Me picture was a single purchase and the smaller prints came together as a set.Q:
Are the decorations that we see around the nursery door decals or did you stencil them?A:
The graphics on the wall and around the doorway are decals that are part of the Pink Pop baby bedding collection by Amy Coe. Q:
What wall paint color did you find worked best with your crib set's colors? A:
The wall paint is Pure White and Panache Pink by Sherwin-Williams.Q:
Is that a pink television set directly across from the pink, upholstered nursery chair and ottoman? A:
Yes, that's a pink Disney princess TV that I got at rooms to go kids. It's even got a princess crown on top and I thought that fit perfectly with the theme of the pink oasis nursery for our baby girl.Q:
How would you describe the decor in your baby girl's nursery? A:
It's feminine without being too formal, princess-like but not too fussy.
Our pink and white nursery is every bit as beautiful as the one that I saw in the magazine that inspired me only better because this one was decorated with love for my own little princess not just as professional photo for a magazine. I hope that the other moms that visit Unique Baby Gear Ideas
will think that I did a good job!