Thursday, July 23, 2015

Gemma's Sweet and Glam Nursery Transformation

It's #ThrowbackThursday, so I thought I'd share Gemma's nursery transformation from last summer.

When we moved into our house last summer, everything from the paints to the hardware to the wood finishes was dark, dark dark. It just wasn't our style at all! The room that was to become Gemma's new nursery was UGA and Braves themed with dark gray and red paint and awkward walls/ceilings that made decorating a challenge.
With the help of Laura from Matchstick Interiors we transformed this room into something sweet, modern and infinitely lighter!
We dealt with the many odd shaped walls/ceilings by doing most of the room in white with 2 pink accents and 2 gold stenciled accents since there was limited wall space for art. Don't you just love the gold floral pattern? I've always been in love with Oh Joy's Hygge & West Petal Pusher Wallpaper but didn't want to commit to wallpaper. So we used this lush Garden Rose stencil and Modern Masters Pale Gold paint.
A word of warning, we used a professional decorative painter to do this wall, and she found this stencil to be challenging to work with and it took her 2 full days to get 2 accent walls done, so it's not a project for the faint of heart! But the effect is gorgeous and in my mind, totally worth it!


Want to inject some pink glam into your girl's nursery?
Want help creating a unique nursery for your little one? Laura at Matchstick Interiors can help! You can reach Laura at matchstickinteriors@icloud.com or 770-366-4337, and follow her on Instagram@msmatchstick.