Today is the day, lovelies! I am FINALLY getting to share Taya’s nursery with you. I wanted to wait until she was here to share because 1. her name is in the decor and we kept it a secret until she was born. 2. I still had a couple of pieces to get before taking photos.
I had always dreamed of having a baby girl, so you bet I was over the moon excited when it came to dreaming up her nursery. Since we are currently renting a townhome, I was a tiny bit limited in what my original vision was but I am still so happy with how it came out. 🙂
GIRLY, BOHO, & FLORAL
Taya’s nursery is a mix of all things girly, boho, and floral. All things bright and neutral will always have my heart, so I kept to mostly white, taupe shades, and light pinks. I also chose to go with mostly natural wood for accents. I went with Valspar Paint’s “Naivete” for the two accent walls in her room – the entry wall and the main wall that her crib is against. Again, it’s nice and subtle. I only wanted a hint of color rather than a full-on pop of color. The rest of the walls are in Behr’s “Ultra Pure White,” which is the perfect crisp white.
I’ll be linking everything found in her nursery throughout this blog post and neatly at the end, too. I’ll also link similar options to help you out! 😉
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– THE ENTRYWAY –
When you first walk into Taya’s nursery, there’s this little entryway wall that I wanted to make really welcoming. I used this natural wood coffee mug wall rack to be a unique place to hang some lighter items like decor, bows, and our Solly Baby wrap. Since the “I love Jesus & naps” onesie is still too big for Taya to wear, we have it hanging here for now. The name sign and the bronze butterfly wall piece were both from Hobby Lobby but you can find the name sign here. I added the butterfly piece in memory of my Grandmother and Michael’s Grandmother. They were both extremely fond of butterflies!
– THE NURSING CORNER –
Here’s my favorite corner in the nursery… 🙂 I love my glider. It’s a sacred spot for me. While I was still pregnant with Taya, I’d sit here and rock for hours and now I get to do that with her in my arms. This spot is also my nursing station in her nursery! This is the exact rocker that I have and I’m so glad I went with this one. It’s comfortable and the perfect size for me. Mike fits in it great, too! It is also available in the colors: blush, charcoal, or french gray.
The tall white cube unit is from IKEA but you can snag it online HERE. As you can see, it’s thicker than most cube units out there, making it quite a bit more sturdy. These rattan baskets are also from IKEA but here is a set of similar ones. I use these baskets for all of my breastfeeding equipment like my pump, extra pump supplies, snacks, and more.
I got the macrame wall hanging years ago and thought it fit nicely here. You can find a similar one that’s extremely affordable HERE.
It’s my hope that she’ll love to dance one day, so there had to be a ballerina doll in her space. The dried baby’s breath is from her baby shower and the devotional book is for me to read while she naps or nurses. We have the Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine and it truly is the best white noise machine out there! Taya and I are huge fans. 🙂 It has scheduling features for bedtime, naps, and wake up times. It has a ton of different sound options and it lets you choose the color of the night light. It’s a nursery must-have for sure!
It was important to me to have scripture incorporated into her room and I fell in love with this “I am a child of God” printable. You can find the frame HERE. The pink dish that I’m using to store all of Taya’s bows is from Hobby Lobby. About a month after having Taya here with us, I decided to put a Google Home Mini into her nursery because she loves music! Plus, it really helps me ease her to sleep faster when we have worship music playing along with the sound machine. Such a game-changer! The footstool is from Hobby Lobby. The boho touch is exactly what this space needed and it’s the perfect height for me to kick my feet up and relax.
– THE CLOSET –
Taya’s closet has two sliding doors on it and since we’re renting, I wasn’t able to take the doors off like I would have wanted to. I made it work, though! On the right side of her closet, I have some of her nicer clothes and gowns hanging on these bright white hangers. On the top shelf of the closet, I always keep a box of spare diapers up there right next to a keepsake box and her diaper bag. On the left side of the top shelf, there are two white storage bins. One bin contains extra wipes, disposable diaper bags, diaper genie refills, and other necessities. The other bin is home to some clothing pieces that don’t fit yet but are ready to go when they do.
I placed this white cube storage unit inside the closet to double as storage and a spot for some decor pieces. On top of the unit, I have a glass container with a lid to hold extra pacifiers, a basket that stores some quick cleaning supplies, and some decor pieces. I used two of these stackable wood bins (size small) to hold her booties and shoes.
The white floral wall hanging was a piece I had originally grabbed from Hobby Lobby for my baby shower but we weren’t able to hang it in the rental space. It was too oddly sized for one of the walls in her room, so I thought it was fun to hang as a backdrop in her closet. It added some character! 🙂 As much as I wanted a seagrass basket for her clothing hamper, it was more practical to use this cute y-weave bin that I had got from her baby shower. It’s a perfect size!
I got two of these decorative woven baskets – one to store her hats and the other to store her swaddle blankets. The swaddle blankets shown are linked at the end of my post for you! 🙂 As you can see, we had quite the assortment of plush bunnies in Taya’s nursery. We weren’t going for an animal theme at all but I had always said that if we were to, it’d be bunnies. I kid you not… Taya got over 5 plush bunnies (all different) gifted to her. It’s definitely her animal!
The name announcement sign and the monthly milestone plaques underneath it are from Goldie Letter Co. – a small shop full of goodies!
The Winnie the Pooh beanie baby was given to me by my late Grampa when I went to college. “Pooh” was the nickname he gave me as a baby. Since he passed the other year, it makes me sad that he wasn’t able to meet Taya, but I’m also happy that I have this keepsake to pass down to her. *cue happy tears*
– THE CRIB WALL –
I kept things simple with her crib that we got from IKEA. It’s available online HERE! It’s also convertible so we’ll be able to use it for a toddler bed eventually. It was hard to find any kind of patterned sheet for her mattress, so I went with a classic white one from Burt’s Bees. Love it!
The name sign above her crib was custom made from this shop and it’s absolutely my favorite piece in the entire nursery. I opted to keep it just as is in the natural wood but they offer different color options. It was a super fair price, too! Next to her crib, there’s some storage space. I keep my boppy pillow there along with some of her tummy time toys. There are also some baskets holding extra blankets, plush animals, and loveys.
This gorgeous oversized poster is from Photowall and it’s beyond beautiful. Photowall offers a ton of different wall decor options from posters to wallpaper and more. I went with the option to customize a poster because I had been wanting this scripture verse in her nursery but couldn’t find anywhere to print it as large and as good of quality as Photowall. They print on extremely high-quality paper that’s UV-resistant – I was happily shocked at how thick it was. Their posters also come with a wooden hanging piece. I highly recommend checking them out.
– CHANGING TABLE & DRESSER SPACE –
Taya’s nursery room is on the petite side so I decided to have her dresser double as her changing table. We went with this changing pad and I am so glad we did, rather than going with a cloth one. I’d rather clean up quickly by wiping down the changing pad rather than having to go through the whole cycle of washing a cloth one/covers. Just a tip! 😉 I’ll also be doing a blog post on how I organized her dresser coming up very soon. (woo!)
I used these spice racks as bookshelves and even used one as a regular shelf. The gray flowers (as well as the pink ones above my glider) are from Hobby Lobby, but there are a ton just like them HERE. This adorable wooden camera toy I found HERE and the Botanical “T” Foil-Pressed Wall Art I got HERE.
Many people say wipe warmers are pointless and I disagree! We have this one and it’s been perfect. It keeps the wipes warm and the night light in it helps for nighttime changes.
And there you have it… Taya’s girly boho floral nursery. I am so happy with how it all came together. It’s the brightest and happiest room in our whole house and it constantly brings all of us joy! Now, we’re creating memories and dreaming of the future with our sweet Taya here with us. 🙂
I hope you enjoyed the reveal! If you’re looking for nursery inspiration, I hope you were inspired by at least one part. It’s such a special time putting together your baby’s nursery! So much love to you all.