I am so excited to share Brighton & Violets' adorable grey/yellow Nursery with you!
Aren't these twin girlies just the cutest little things?
[Left =Violet, Right= Brighton]
Their awesome crafty momma, Melissa, painted wood letters from Michael's black and hung them on the wall with 3M stickies. She also used left over fabric scraps in old-fashioned wood cross-stitch loops hung on a tiny nail. She made the fabric bird mobiles too; using a tutorial much like this one. You can download the free pattern here! Melissa also made the framed family tree illustrations in the background of mom and dad's side of the family with the girls. She was inspired by Rifle Paper Co.'s Personalized Stationary. She did the drawings and watercolor herself!
These are the oh-so-cute wall book holders her mom sewed from Melissa's fabrics (some Dwell Studio, from Calico Corners) and hung on double curtain rods! The cute framed artwork above them is an illustration from the artist Aled Lewis.
Pause for some play time...
Melissa & Jeremy previously had the long dresser and painted it a mustard yellow to match the fabrics. The cribs are from Nebraska Furniture Mart and the glider is from Babies R Us. The walls were custom screen printed by The City Girl Farm! Her mom also sewed the bed skirts, pillow, and curtains.
One last look at those cute personalized vignettes above the girls' beds! I love the shadows of the birds on the wall.
Nothin' like ending a day of photo-shoots with some outdoor swinging!