Baby Girl’s Pink, White and Gold Nursery Decor

Scallop pendant light | Crib | Dresser | Oilo rocker (similar HERE) | Side table | Bow pillow | Scallop tray | Cloud floor basket | Bunny

I’m in the process of putting together the nursery and wanted to share some of my decor and what I have planned for baby #2.  So excited!

I’m sticking with the pink, gold and white theme like I did with Milan’s nursery.  I am able to re-use a some of her stuff but decided I wanted a different crib.  I ultimately decided on this Blythe tufted crib in white.  I couldn’t decide between that or THIS ONE.  Since I’m doing an accent wall with custom moulding, I thought the higher back on the crib would look really nice against the blush pink wall.  For the dresser, I knew I needed something with more drawers.  Milan’s dresser had 5 and it was never enough storage.  I opted for this extra wide Ava Regency dresser with topper set.  I really wanted this blush pink rocker from Oilo but am re-using Milan’s white one.  We had to make room in her bedroom for her toys so this it would have been a waste not to use it again.  I need to swap out the current light in the nursery and am completely in love with this Caitlin Wilson cece scallop pendant light.  It’s very expensive and not sure I want to spend that much on lighting.  I’m still looking around but it’s definitely on the top of my list.

Can’t wait to show you the full nursery when I’m done! 9 or less weeks to go before she arrives. OMG! 🙂

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  1. I love the colors. Everything is so pretty. She is going to have a beautiful room!

  2. One thing that might help choosing is picking things that can grow with the new girl as she ages. If you plan to stay in this house for years, eventually both girls will want older looks with their older ages.

  3. The colors are beautiful so soft and feminine. So happy for you and M.

  4. It turned out very cool! I think it’s always worth starting with lighting so that you don’t have to redo anything as a result. If you invite a professional electrician at the start of the repair, you can plan everything in detail and avoid a lot of mistakes 🙂