Are you over the big scripty white washed signs hanging over the crib? Yea, we aren't either. Buuuuutt we still wanted to mix it up with a new twist on this popular farmhouse nursery design trend. And we think it turned out pretty darn cute, y'all. So, here's our fresh twist on a sweet baby girl farmhouse nursery. Think cotton wreaths, pink gingham, and neutrals. Oh, and horses. Because, in Texas - you can't say farm without a little pony somewhere in the mix.
If shiplap isn't your thing (or your hubby just won't agree)... consider moving your crib in front of the window! We love how the flowy ruffle curtains add a soft backdrop to the crib, and perfectly frame that gorgeous rustic style cotton wreath over the crib.
Every little girl should have a pony. And trust us, the framed ones are much easier than the real ones - plus then you add a Llama into the mix! We found these prints at our local home decor store, but I know there's a ton of horse and animal prints online that you can digitally print for a few dollars, and I think it'd be gorgeous on a canvas or in a frame. I just love the horse profile, and it's definitely a piece that can grow with a baby girl.
More plaid, please. So, I used to think plaid was only for the 90's. Until I saw this. And wanted to use it every nursery design we could think of! It's the perfect shade of soft pink and can mix and match with so many of our different floral accessories or floral crib sheets. The farmhouse nursery style is all about simplicity though, so we decided to use pops of the print strategically throughout the room. Letting it be the ONLY color in this pink and neutral girl nursery.
When in doubt, monogram it. Zoom in on that ruffle crib rail cover. More. More... now you see it? Yup, that's a gorgeous monogram that made every single woman that walked into this nursery squeal. It's just that adorable.
Design tip: when trying to design a room around a specific theme, let the details speak volumes! There are 3 things in this nursery that I think give it that specific farmhouse look. Can you guess them? The wood ladder, because what toddler doesn't want to climb the wall! The cotton wreath hanging from burlap, and the sweet pink plaid gingham bedding. See how that gives it the extra rustic charm?
Happy decorating! We can't wait to see what your farmhouse style nurseries look like! Make sure to tag @caden_lane_baby on insta for a chance to win store credit!
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