I’m super excited to finally reveal this nursery I’ve been working on for a very special client, Sierra Dallas. In case you’re not familiar with Sierra, she is known for her hilarious and relatable YouTube videos. She doesn’t hide who she is, and she’s not afraid to get silly! Sierra reached out to me when she was starting to think about her nursery, and I immediately called in Project Nursery to help with the wallpaper.
Sierra knew right away that she wanted floral wallpaper, and already had seen a particular pattern that she loved. From there, I got to work on the design, pulling in accents of blush pink and gold.
The nursery is an average size with only one window, so it was important to keep the design light and bright. The white background of the wallpaper really helps to open up the space, and since we only did one accent wall, it doesn’t overwhelm the space.
Floral Wallpaper | Crib | Gold Wall Name | Crib Bedding
One of my favorite things about this wallpaper is that it has multiple hues of pink and blush in it, even a few tones on the coral side. That meant that I was able to bring in different colors besides just straight baby pink. You can see that the crib skirt is more of a peachy pink, and then below you’ll see the ottoman is more of a mauve blush tone. And it all works together!
Gold Curtain Rod | Velvet Blackout Curtains | Floor Basket | Pink Blanket
Changing Table | Wall Ledges (similar) | Glider | Throw Pillow | Rug | Ottoman | Side Table | Coral Vase
One of my favorite details in this nursery is the mirrored gold wall name. It looks so gorgeous on top of the wallpaper and adds so much personality to the space.
Gold Wall Name
Another great detail is the blush tassel mobile. In person, this thing is so pretty! Each tassel has all these pretty ribbons with different textures—it’s clear that it’s made very well.
Tassel Mobile | Wall Mirror (similar)
Sierra’s husband, Brent, did a lot of DIY and was helping to install everything. Her mom even came and helped install the removable wallpaper. It was truly a collaborative effort!
Photos by Michelle Bongirno Photography