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Kenley’s Modern, Feminine Nursery in Coral and Gray

Lindsay wanted to create a space for her baby girl Kenley that was feminine, but not in the traditional pastel pink kind of way. Instead, Lindsay opted for a more modern color palette of coral and gray and brought in different patterns and textures for more visual interest. When Lindsay found the bedding with those adorable little chicks, it all started to come together. She was also inspired by the Rifle Paper Co. Botanical Wall Calendar, which added to the femininity in the room. For even more floral, girly goodness, Lindsay found the perfect stencil on Etsy for the wall, and the end result looks like a gorgeous wallpaper (but without the hefty price tag!).

There are also some very clever pieces that not only add to the unique character of the room, but were quite a steal:
-The changing table was actually left at their home by the previous owners. They gave it new life with a few coats of white paint and new hardware.
-The sidetable bookshelf: “My sister-in-law found the base for the bookshelf, an old cable spool, at a local salvage yard and snagged it for me. I was so excited because those suckers are getting hard to find! I had my husband add shelves and paint it based on some ideas I found on Pinterest. The front is perfect for displaying Kenley’s little books and toys, and I can hide my nursing/pumping supplies in the back.”
-The medicine cabinet: This was another find from the same salvage yard, and now wipes, creams, and all the other baby essentials are ready to grab in one convenient spot.

Kristen Honeycutt Photo Co. captured all of these beautiful images, including the precious shots of Kenley herself, who could not be any cuter! Stop by the full gallery to see more of this pretty space and darling Kenley.

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Photography: Kristen Honeycutt Photo Co.
Crib: Target
Bedding: Egg by Susan Lazar, bought from Amazon
Glider and footrest: Ikea
Dresser/Changing table: Repainted from previous home owners
Bookshelf: Repurposed cable spool from local salvage yard
Medicine cabinet: Local salvage yard
Laundry Hamper, Changing pad cover, clock, and mobile: Land of Nod
LOVE print: Made by Girl
Gold frame:
Curtains: handmade w/ fabric from Etsy (seller not provided)
Flower stencil: Royal Design Stencils on Etsy
Laser cut frames: Repainted from Michaels
Barn wood frames: Hobby Lobby
Wall hooks: Anthropologie
Copper Piggy Bank: Open Sky
Winter Gates by Benjamin Moore
Baby Fawn by Benjamin Moore
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  1. 1
    Lindsay says:

    Oh my goodness, I am so honored to see our little lady’s nursery on your beautiful blog! Thank you for the feature, we read On To Baby and Wedding Chicks everyday :)

  2. 2
    Christy says:

    I love this room! Everything is darling. I am wondering if the mother wouldn’t mind sharing where the crystal chandelier is from? I love it!

  3. 3
    Heidi says:

    So beautiful!
    I would love to know where the stay little print is from?

  4. 4
    Lindsay says:

    Christy, I think I emailed you but the chandelier is from Urban Outfitters, should have sourced that! And Heidi, the Stay Little print is actually a cross stitch done by a family friend :)

  5. 5
    Arre says:

    Precious! I’m working on my own nursery for our firstborn and love the crib sheets! Any idea wheee I might find those?

  6. 6

    [...] #4. Ya ya, this nursery is adorable BUT I’ve been dying to make a little bookshelf like this one out of an old wooden spool! How adorable is this?! {via Onto Baby} [...]

  7. 7
    Karen says:

    My faves are the colors and the wallpaper – a perfect added touch of texture and loveliness. Definitely one of my faves!

  8. 8
    Candace says:

    Hi, love the nursery! Did you use winter gates as the all over paint color and then the baby fawn for the stencil?

  9. 9
    Christina says:

    I love the mobile- where is it from?

  10. 10
    Cs says:

    I love the framed pink flowers with the hanging ribbon!! I am excited to decorate our baby room… And we are using gray and coral. :)Do you know where you got the picture and the frame? Thanks for any suggestions! I love all your pictures!

  11. 11
    Jessica says:

    Love this nursery! What’s the color of the gray paint? Thanks so much!

  12. 12
    Raysa says:

    Your nursery turned out beautiful! Can you tell me what color paint and make you used for the walls? Thanks!