Saturday, January 5, 2013

Emilie Ana's {Vintage Inspired} Nursery


 So beginning Forever ago I began putting this nursery together. I am glad to say that I am finally done! I really love anything Vintage and Antique so this the theme I went with for my last babies nursery. There are so many small heirlooms in here too...its so very romantic.  Girly, pink-cream-gray-dash of red, and all things frilly, lace and ruffle! 
Here it is...
I am in love with how it turned out.


My sweet cousin made these yarn pom poms..she used them to wrap this darling blanket she made...I recycled them and added them to this lamp!

Some old vintage books. The "Easy Steps in Sewing for big and little girls" is actually an antique...100 years old this year. It is quite the little enchanting book....I started reading it to my 5 yr old daughter, and both her and I were captured by its magic!

I used the burlap mermaid table runner for her dresser...

Pom Poms! I love how these turned out! 

The little dress was her LDS Blessing dress and headband.  I framed some "Ugly Duckling" silhouettes that my aunt custom made for me years ago. The tiny baby picture is and old one my Grandma had hanging up in her house in Denmark for years. She gifted it to me last year...it is a picture of Yours Truly ;-)

I found a place for the {E} button picture...Love it!
"Friends"

Also the Duvet Cover they are sitting on I made, to match the banner above her crib.
I reused this bumper from my first daughter. Added lace to the top to give it a new feel.


Painted antiqued and distressed shelf

The tiny Danish Little Mermaid vase was given to me on the day we arrived to Denmark in 1986. Again a gift from my Danish Grandma "Farmor".


My all time favorite flower "Hydrangea"....dried from this summers garden.
Antique Tapestry from an old Salt Lake City Victorian Avenues home. My mother rescued it from a sweet families garage...They were happy to let it go to someone who would display it...I LOVE IT! 

My old Danish Antique tin doll....and a new tiny pair of crocheted booties...for our Emmie Girl.
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2 comments:

  1. Cat, it turned out so beautiful. I LOVE all if it. She is one lucky girl. Great job :)

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  2. What a beautiful nursery! I love all the the vintage pieces. Such an adorable room!! The dresser and crib are also cute. That burlap runner and pillow are both gorgeous! I am about to start decorating a nursery for our first baby arriving in June!! I'm super excited and I'm going with a Beatrix Potter theme. Thanks for all the inspiration with your lovely nursery! ~ Jamie

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