I had designed my little boy's nursery pretty quickly, but it took some time for my sister to decide on a theme, as well as her baby girl's name. Once she decided, well once her husband finally agreed to the name she wanted, we had a lot of work to accomplish in just a few short weeks before her baby shower. In the end, everything turned out perfect and adorable for my favorite
(and only) niece.
Oh-Not-So-Pink Birds & BirdhousesAt a random trip to the fabric store, I found a new nursery fabric that had birds and birdhouses on it. My sister wanted something less pink with blue so she could reuse a lot of her first child's, a baby boy, crib sheets and things. The birdhouse fabric had blue, green, peach, grey and pink. The perfect color scheme for her.
At first she said she didn't want much, just a quilt, but within a day or two her list had grown to include an entire nursery! It was fun to work on another baby girl's nursery while working on my son's gender neutral nursery. There is just something about cute ruffles and frills that are so fun to work with!
|Pillow with a B for Brooklyn and a stuffed animal bird|
|Baby Brooklyn's quilt with appliqued birds and birdhouses|
|Handmade bird mobile with sweet colorful stuffed birds|
|Crib skirt embellished with ruffles and ribbon|
|Wooden birdhouses painted and mod-podged fabric|
|Target clearance bird wall hanging recovered with fabric|
|Wooden letters covered in fabric|
View our Baby Brooke's Birdhouse Nursery Pinterest board for more ideas how to recreate this nursery on your own.