Pink and Black Princess Nursery
Elegant Pink and Black Princess Baby Girl Nursery w Zebra Print Decor, Crib Crown and Black Chandelier
Our baby girl's pink and black princess nursery that we designed is, to us, a perfect blend of elegance and frivolous decor. The space is a example of how to balance your elegant nursery decorating ideas with cute baby items that give the room a lighthearted atmosphere.
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As soon as I found out that I was having a baby girl, I knew that I wanted a room decorated with lots of pink. I did not want her nursery to closely resemble all the others I had seen (particularly the color scheme of pink and brown) and I wanted to be able to use a black and white zebra table that I had bought at Canton as my inspiration piece. With those thoughts in mind, I decided to do pink and black.
I installed a black iron mini chandelier and had murals painted on the wall to nail down our baby girl's pink and black princess nursery theme and set the overall atmosphere of the room.
To personalize the walls, I had nursery wall letters
painted to match the modern and trendy Caden Lane pink and black baby bedding set.
I found a zebra rocking horse that is absolutely adorable and I started picking up stuffed toy zebras that caught my eye.
I painted the walls of our pink and black princess nursery
a color called Ballerina Gown Pink kick off the pink portion of the room's layout.
Once I was ready to bringing in furniture to fulfill my requirements for the black part of our color scheme, I bought an inexpensive plain black changing table and baby crib combo. I took a hutch I already had and changed the knobs to suit the theme of the room.
I placed the hand-painted zebra table in the corner to serve as a special place for Hayleigh to have tea parties when she is older.
My biggest splurge, not the most expensive but the most dollar for the item, was pink striped satin curtains that I bought from Pottery Barn. I layered sheer polka dot curtain panels as a contrast pattern to go underneath.
The last thing I needed to complete our pink and black princess nursery was a glider. The one that I really wanted was at Pottery Barn but cost over $1000. Not only was it expensive, they really didn't have a fabric pattern that suited our decor. Then was I ever happy that I didn't settle for anything less than a rocker glider that I loved because my sister found the perfect one at a children's boutique in Tyler. I was even able to pick my own fabric from about 100 patterns. The best part was my custom chair cost less than $500 and was comfortable as well as beautiful!
I love my baby girl's princess theme nursery
and every time I go inside I can't help but think that Hayleigh's pink and black princess nursery is just perfect.From the webmaster:
Your pink and black baby nursery ideas
are so elegant but they also have an element of fun with the zebra print. Thanks for sharing!