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Welcoming a little bundle of joy into the family is one of the most exciting experiences a parent can have. And designing a perfect dusty pink nursery for your little princess is one of the best ways to prep for the arrival of your baby girl. From choosing the right pink nursery décor to the perfect final touches, creating a cozy and chic nursery for your little one can be overwhelming. But with the right tips and tricks, you can make a baby girl’s room that’s functional but also stylish and inviting.
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Quick Dusty Pink Nursery Ideas Links:
If you found me on Pinterest and want to the quick links to the white and dusty pink nursery, check out below for some baby room ideas:
- Accent wall:
- Pink Walls Paint color: Benjamin Moore Desert Rose
- Accent herringbone sponge wall color: Sherwin Williams Arcade White – provides a great white background
- Wooden Name Sign for Nursery
Choose the Right Shade of Pink Walls
When it comes to a dusty pink nursery, the options are endless. Choosing a shade that complements your overall décor is important, from blush pink to bubblegum bright pinks. Opt for shades like blush pink or dusty rose if you want a warm, soothing baby’s room. These colors create a calming and cozy atmosphere that is perfect for nap time. On the other hand, if you want to make a vibrant and inspired room, go for brighter shades such as bubblegum pink or fuchsia. These colors are great for playtime and enhance your little one’s creativity. For a dusty pink nursery, I went with an accent wall color of Benjamin Moore Desert Rose with the other walls as Sherwin Williams Eider White.
Herringbone Sponge Paint Accent Wall
I chose a dusty pink color for my nursery accent wall and added white sponge paint in a herringbone pattern for a modern boho nursery look. This wall is the room’s focal point, so I wanted to put some effort here. I initially thought of doing wallpaper, but I wasn’t finding the right color after ordering samples, so I decided to sponge paint instead. A whole blog post dedicated to this process is coming up, but until then, here is the short version:
- I painted the accent wall. Then, I painted the other walls white.
- Glue 4 sponges to a piece of cardboard in the pattern you’d like
- Cut around the sponges for a more accessible application.
- Measure your wall to determine how many stamps you’d like to apply.
- Dip the sponges gently into the paint and stamp them on the wall (Don’t worry about them being perfectly the same; the variation makes it so unique)!
- Once everything is dry, you can hang decor above the crib, like a nursery name sign.
Mix and Match Textures for Pink Nurseries
The right mix of patterns can add sophistication and a layered look to your baby girl’s nursery. Incorporating stripes, lace, or flowers can make the nursery look more timeless and fun. But to avoid overwhelming the space, stick to a color scheme and limit the designs to three or four. For example, pairing a floral patterned crib sheet with a striped accented rug and a girly polka-dotted swaddle blanket will give your nursery a cohesive and stylish look. I went with lace accents in the curtains and the hanging bow holder for this nursery.
Invest in Quality Nursery Furniture
Investing in quality baby furniture is key to creating a safe and comfortable space for your little one. Look for furniture that is durable, safe, and practical. A good crib, changing table, and rocking chair are must-haves for any nursery. When selecting furniture pieces, consider your space constraints and choose items that maximize space usage. For instance, a convertible crib that transforms into a toddler bed will provide longevity and function. For this nursery, I chose a white crib, white dresser, and ivory nursery glider.
Add Some Dusty Pink Baby Room Personal Touches
A baby’s nursery is a functional space that reflects their parent’s taste and personality. Add personal touches to your little one’s room by including personalized items such as monogrammed bedding, custom art prints, or a DIY mobile. These simple additions can make your baby’s nursery look more unique and special. I added the hanging bow holder and wood nursery name sign.
Opt for the Right Lighting
The lighting can transform a dull nursery into a cozy and inviting space. Consider adding a dimmer switch or investing in soft lighting options such as a table lamp or a hanging light fixture. These lighting options create a warm, comforting atmosphere perfect for naps or late-night feedings. Adding whimsical nightlights or string lights can add a playful and fun touch to your little girl’s room. We added this white boho ceiling light that is dimmable. Since it’s a small space, I opted for this floor lamp with a built-in table, which is very functional when breastfeeding to have water, snacks, and nipple cream in reach.
Must-Have Nursery Accessories
When creating a cozy and stylish nursery, accessories are everything. And if you’re aiming for the perfect dusty pink theme, a few must-haves’ll bring the space together. Think of adorable bow holders, boho baby closet dividers, blush crib sheets, and a pink rug that’ll have your little one drifting to dreamland in no time. But why stop there? Accessories like a baby monitor, sound machine, wipable changing pad, and diaper pail can also be practical. So whether you’re decorating for a baby girl or love the soothing hue of dusty pink for a boy, these nursery accessories will complete the look!
Dusty Pink Nursery
Designing a dusty pink nursery for your baby girl can be a fun and exciting journey. From selecting the right shade of pink to adding personalized touches, there are endless possibilities to create a cozy and chic space for your sweet little one. Just remember to prioritize safety and functionality while also incorporating your style. Your baby’s pretty nursery will be perfect for you both to make precious and lasting memories.
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Till next time,