We officially moved into our new home last weekend! It feels amazing to finally be here since we closed almost a month ago. Hadleigh has been adjusting so well! I am one proud mama for sure.
I decided to focus on completing her room first so that she could enjoy the new space and feel more comfortable. Brendan and I can just live out of boxes for a while!
I knew I wanted to gravitate towards a different theme for her room in this house. At our rental she still had her original nursery theme, so I thought it would be nice to give it a little update. Eventually we will change her to a toddler bed, but for now we are keeping her crib while she goes through this adjustment.
I wanted to keep a similar color scheme of pinks/light coral so I didn’t have to buy a bunch of new decor (although I have definitely had fun with buying new pieces for her!). The overall vibe or theme I am going for is boho-beachy-pink.
I am always drawn to anything boho. My wedding was a rustic boho theme and I feel like my personal style and fashion gravitates to boho also. There are so many cute ideas for a pink boho girls room, especially on Pinterest! I thought I would share where I’m drawing a lot of my inspiration from, as well as some specific pieces I love!
Design element #1: pops of pink
We have already got her room painted. I chose Faint Coral by Sherwin Williams. I love it because it’s not too orange or too pink. It is very subtle and I think it will fit perfectly with the vibe I am going for!
We decided to just go with a pink accent wall, which her bed will be up against. The rest of the walls are painted Pure White by Sherwin Williams. I am obsessed with this white! We used it for the trim throughout our house as well.
Design element #2: boho touches
When I think of a boho girls room, I picture lots of baskets and macrame. We already purchased this hammock macrame chair, which will replace the rocker that was in her nursery. I LOVE it, and I know she will too once we hang it up.
I also purchased this hanging basket pendant light from Ikea, shown in the photos above. Baskets add a lot of naturalness to a space, so I also plan to put her toys and some plants in them.
Design element #3: palm trees
I am also always drawn to anything coastal or beachy. I thought palm trees would fit in very nicely with this boho girls room theme.
I found the perfect (and super affordable) handmade palm tree quilt from Etsy. I am so excited to see how it ties in with the rest of the room and gives it that coastal feel.
More palm tree touches I plan on adding are some wall art prints from Etsy and either an actual living or faux palm tree basket plant.
Design element #4: greenery
The final touches to any boho girls room would be the addition of plants and greenery. I’ve only recently discovered the importance of incorporating plants in my home, mostly because I didn’t think I would be good at keeping the plants alive. But even if they aren’t real, plants can add a lot of warmth to a room.
As mentioned above, I plan on adding a palm tree but I would also like to add some hanging and shelf plants.
I hope this gave you plenty of boho girls room inspiration! Be sure to follow me on Pinterest to get even more inspo!
I can’t wait to share Hadleigh’s room reveal when we are finished! Subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss it!