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Julia’s Nursery Tour {our georgia home}

This post is long, long, long overdue. Much like this baby of mine who apparently has no desire to make her grand entrance into this world. Okay, she’s really not overdue at all—I’m actually still two weeks away from my due date. But, two weeks is enough for me to start busting out some old wives tales in order to get this baby party started. Anyway, I realized I’ve shared a few different elements of Julia’s room, but I never actually showed you what her room looks like, like as a whole.

Part of that is because I’m lazy and didn’t want to clean it up for pictures, and the other part is that my camera’s been finicky lately, well for the past couple years since I accidentally dropped it. I really need to send it in for a fix-up, but procrastinating always gets the best of me, and my iPhone is just so darn handy.

But here I am, sharing them now; I wanted to share them sooner rather than later, because Julia’s room is likely to change once her baby sister moves in. Yup, we’re going to have the girls share a room (once the baby’s sleeping through the night, of course)! Any advice for me?

So here’s Julia’s room. It’s similar to her first room in Italy, but just developed a little more. I went with a travel-themed, soft and feminine look that was heavy on a pink, grey, and white color scheme. It’s easily one of my favorite rooms in the house!

I’ve always loved her room. Yes, there’s a lot of grey, pink, and white, but that’s what makes it so feminine. The travel touches make me happy, and I love the personal touches we added to the room.

Below you’ll find where we bought things along with links, if applicable. If I’m missing anything or you have a question about something, just ask (but make sure to leave your email in the comments—I’ve been getting a lot of messages without a way to get back in touch with the person!)

What’s in her room (and where to find it):

+ Dressers and side table: Ikea Hemnes bedroom series
+ Crib: Delta Enterprise “Glenwood” 3-in-1 Sleigh Crib (bought at the BX in Italy)
+ White bookcase: was my husband’s from back in the day
Bookshelves on wall: made by my husband using this tutorial
+ Rocking/Recliner Chair: The brand is called “Best Chairs,” and this is the Irvington in “Ash” (found at Buy Buy Baby) 

+ Gallery wall info about the wall here
+ “My Roots” framed art: from Etsy shop, Kindred Sol Collective
+ “Julia Grace” canvas: made using this tutorial 
+ “I Love You” Italy print: from Etsy shop, Lisa Barbero

+ Eiffel Tower Lamp: bought it from Target back when I was in high school
+ Lampshade DIY tutorial for the lampshade here
+ Pink Globe: found at TJMaxx
+ Venice Globe: bought from Zulily, but this is their website
+ Pink faux suitcases: bought in Savannah, GA, but these are similar 
+ Map pinwheel: decoration from my baby shower, DIY tutorial here 
+ Pink Polka-dot Piggy Bank:  Tiffany & Co. Piggy Bank (full disclosure: bought this in Italy at a ceramic store for a 10th of the price)
+ Three-tiered cake stand: Marletto Antique (Bought in Italy at a ceramic store for 10th of the price!)

+ Curtains: from Target (they have them in white, but not the pink anymore) 
+ Paint color: Valspar “Rocky Bluffs”
+ Main Rrg: from Joss and Main (Agadir Rug in Light Pink)
+ Pink Shaggy rug: garage sale find


  1. Her nursery is TOO CUTE!!!!!! Pink is my favorite color, and I love maps and globes. Actually, can I move in? 😉 Whenever Dan and I have kids, the idea is to have a Paris/travel room for a girl and either a London/travel or a Manhattan/travel room for a boy. Our overall decor will eventually be all travel-related. We already have wall maps with color-coded pins indicating where we've lived and traveled, separately and together. We also have beautiful framed watercolors of Paris. My dresser has a modgepodged US map on top, and the drawers are lined with other maps. We have a few more travel-ish art pieces too. Once we figure out how to display our completed 4D puzzles of Chicago, Manhattan, and Paris, we'll be about set!

  2. It's SO STINKIN CUTE! I love that you went with a theme without overdoing it! And I am obsessed with that little vintage pink suitcase! Good work mama! 🙂

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