Violet's nursery was a labor of love. and waiting. She didn't have her own room until she was over three months old (after we moved into our house). And then we kept her crib in our room for a few months. But when we finally finished decorating the nursery and moved her in, it quickly became my favorite room in our house.
The nursery looks pretty similar to the inspiration board that I made when I was pregnant. I did make two changes: I switched the pink Pakistani rug with a gray dotted rug from Target. It was a total steal for under $80. And I ditched the blue and green map print after my mom gave me a pink print with the Beatles lyrics: "Golden slumbers fill your eyes, smiles awake you when you rise, sleep pretty darling do not cry and i will sing a lullaby." I LOVE that song and the print adds a nice pop of pink to the neutral room.
I shopped for all of the other pieces throughout my pregnancy, and I am really happy with how well everything came together. It's the perfect gray and white, jungle-inspired nursery for our little girl.
Here is the list of sources for everything in the room:
Changing Table -- antique, this dresser originally belonged to my great-grandmother
Large Crystal Knobs: Anthropolgie
Keekaroo Peanut Changing Pad: Amazon
Picture Ledge: IKEA
White Gallery Frames: Pottery Barn Kids
Royal Elephant Print: Etsy
ABC Print: Etsy
Monkey Print: Tami Boyce
Moccasins: c/o Freshly Picked (available at Nordstrom)
Basket: TJ Maxx
Custom Doll: Sophie & Lili
Tooth fairy pillow: Charleston City Market (similar)
Bookshelf -- antique, this was mine growing up!
Reading Animals Print: Etsy
Matching Ottoman: Land of Nod
Pink Little Giraffe Chenille Blanket: Nordstrom
White Metal Garden Stool: Lowes (similar)
Elephant Crib Sheets: Pottery Barn Kids
Gray and White Animal Mobile: Target
Botanicals Letter Banner: Amazon
Instagram Art: Sophie & Lili
Little Girl + Balloon Print: Tami Boyce
Elephant Hook: gift from my grandparents (similar)
Heart Onesie: c/o Plucky Mustard