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Shea Shoemaker
Shea Shoemaker August 13, 2019

Light and Airy Eucalyptus Inspired Baby Girl Nursery

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“My original inspiration for her room {whether boy or girl} was eucalyptus. I have decorated much of our home with these gorgeous greenery. I love the color sage and think it creates such an earthy and homey atmosphere. I knew I wanted to press and frame some from the get go…and the rest has fallen into place along the way! When we found out we were pregnant, we refinished this entire room. The walls, before, were squishy and insulated with newspaper from the 1930’s! Cool but not entirely practical or safe! My husband and dad gutted the whole room last summer and we discovered dead space that we decided to use for this built in as well as a finished crawl space for storage and likely a fun fort someday! This rocking chair comes from my grandparents house…so fun to have something passed down in her room! I continued the eucalyptus theme by making a simple little garland. Honestly, the easiest and cheapest decor!

Once we knew that the baby would be a girl, I of course knew we would add pink but didn’t want it to be “too pink” and remain very bright and white still. I have loved keeping everything white, the walls, the woodwork, furniture, rug, curtains etc. It really does keep this room so bright and warm! The pink pops come in form of added details in the sheets, curtain ties, toys, and even a salt lamp. This girl has already been so loved on by so many people. She has the sweetest start to her own little library, a darling collection of stuffed animals, too many swaddles to count, and hand made gifts from some very talented friends who crochet, knit, and even wood burning. I love these irreplaceable, home made touches.” -Abby, the Mom

Event Credits:

Photography: Abby Jean Photography // Crib: Wayfair // Sheets: Little Unicorn // Frames: Target // Curtain Rod: Target // Moses Basket: Little Tadpoles // Wooden Name Sign + Illustration: Lauren Ibach Lettering