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Baby Girl Nursery Reveal with Boho Farmhouse Style

This baby girl nursery with boho farmhouse style complete with white nursery furniture and a green board and batten accent wall is adorable! Come see a tour of the room and get tons of baby girl room ideas. 

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Well, Quinn is 15 months old. So, it is about dang time that I finally get around to showing you the final reveal of her boho nursery.

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First, let’s take a trip down a memory lane and remember just everything came into creating Quinn’s nursery.

Now hopefully you’ll give me some grace here because remember we built this room out from scratch…. Like literally this room didn’t even exist in the 3rd trimester of my pregnancy.

When we moved in, this area was a 2nd living room. The left side of the room became Quinn’s nursery, the left size turned into our master closet & the kid’s farmhouse bathroom.

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Before: The Room That Will be Our New Baby Girl’s Farmhouse Style Nursery

A large empty room with hardwood floors and a white brick fireplace, soon to be transformed into a rustic baby girl nursery!
A picture of the corner of an empty room with a white brick fireplace and hardwood floors, that will be divided up into the new baby girl nursery.

The Nursery Build Begins: Installing Walls & Refinishing the Hardwood Floor.

We started by ripping out the fireplace. Building walls. Framing doors. Drywalling. Ya know, realllll fun stuff.

Putting up wood wall frames in the room that will be our new baby girl's farmhouse style nursery.
Logan is installing a new door into the wood wall frames for our baby girl's new rustic style nursery.
The baby girl nursery walls are up and drywalled! Logan is now sealing the drywall joints with tape.

Then we were had countless DIY projects in here….like refinishing the original hardwood floors.

The refinished hardwood floors in our baby girl's new farmhouse style nursery.

Painting the Nursery Using Behr’s Chic Grey

Then we painted the walls with this perfect gray paint (click here for all of our painting tips for beginners!).

Logan is painting the baby girl nursery walls with a chic grey paint from Behr.

Then we create this gorgeous board and batten wall.

We installed a stunning board and batten accent wall in the baby girl nursery and painted it a stunning rustic green.

Time to Decorate the Baby Girl Farmhouse Style Nursery

We continued to work through some fun DIY and decoration projects for the nursery, like building this DIY blanket ladder.

The baby girl nursery is coming together, with a comfortable nursing area complete with a lounge chair and a baby blanket ladder.

We also whipped up this super easy yarn wall hanging to go over the crib

We made this easy DIY boho style yarn wall hanging for our baby girl nursery.

Then I hung this stunning gallery wall.

We included a fun rustic boho style gallery wall in our baby girl nursery, complete with a macramé wall hanging and fun wall art pieces.

Heck, we even organized the changing table and shared that.

Our baby girl nursery is complete with a changing table stocked with baby necessities like blankets, toys, baby wipes and diapers.

And just look at that cute little baby….I snapped this picture when we were sharing all about the changing table organization and she look so young! Man, it goes fast. 

Our adorable little baby girl laying on her baby nursery changing table, which is stocked with baby essentials like toys and diapers in the drawers.

Farmhouse Style Baby Girl Nursery – The Full Reveal!

The last thing that we needed to do (and put off for way too long) was the closet doors! Now friends, when it comes to closet doors, don’t just settle for boring closet doors.

After all of the energy we put into building Quinn’s nursery, I just couldn’t bring myself to put in builder-grade closet doors. That was until we came across these gorgeous and totally not boring builder-grade closet doors

the closet in our baby girl nursery is finished with gorgeous rustic barn doors and complete the farmhouse style theme.

So….needless to say, this nursery reveal is a LONG time coming.

It wasn’t just about finding the time to shoot the photos (working full time, running two small businesses, and juggling two kiddos is no joke, guys)… the other reason it took me so long to reveal the nursery is that it hasn’t felt 100% finished.

But I am learning that our home is an ever-changing, evolving space.

So, I’m sure there are more changes to come in here. And that’s ok. Nothing is never “done” over here.

We continue to tweak, renovate, style, and evolve our home as our family changes.

Now are you to see some pictures of this baby girl nursery reveal? 

I know, that’s what you’re really here for! The pictures.

Our baby girl's farmhouse style nursery is complete with a gallery wall composed of boho style wall art and rustic barn door closet doors.

The is the view that I’m most familiar with so I’ll start with this. The view from where I sit in this comfy vintage chair while rocking my baby back and forth before bedtime. It’s the view that looks more familiar with dark shadows in the middle of the sleepless nights than it does here. It is where I whisper the words of the carefully selected wall décor over and over – Fearfully and wonderfully made. Darling. Seize the day. Wildflower. You are loved. This is my favorite view of her room.

Baby girl's nursery has rustic farmhouse style barn door closet doors and a white 6-drawer changing table in front of a bright window, letting in tons of natural light.
A DIY book basket sits on a bedside table, next to a vintage tan suede rocking chair in our baby girl's boho style nursery.

I made this book basket with a plastic bin from the Dollar Tree, painted it with this spray paint, and attached this cute hardware with some black twisty ties. So cute, right?

The changing table in our baby girl's nursery sits in front of a large window. Next to the changing table the closet, complete with farmhouse style barn doors, and a nursing area decorated with plants and a baby blanket ladder.
this white 6-drawer changing table is perfect for our baby girl's nursery, with plenty of storage for baby essentials! We added greenery with a gorgeous potted plent.
Our baby girl's black and white crib sits in front of the DIY board and batten wall. Over the crib hangs a DIY yarn wall hanging made with thick white and grey yarn.

When it comes to baby girl room ideas, storage is important. Little touches, like this budget-friendly book basket and a nursery with lots of drawers, are essential for storing ALL the things. 

This DIY books basket was a Dollar Store craft and is perfect for added storage in our baby girl nursery. It sits atop a white painted tree stump end table.
This macramé wall hanging on our baby girl nursery gallery wall really adds to the boho theme.
Our baby girl nursery decor includes a rustic boho style gallery wall, complete with a macramé wall hanging and boho wall art. We also hung a DIY yarn wall hanging over the baby's crib.

Looking for baby girl room ideas?? Gallery walls are one of the best ways to add character to a bedroom and I love adding them to kid’s rooms. Everything you see here is from Etsy – which is a great place to look for handmade, unique art! 

The nursing corner of our baby girl nursery is quiet and peaceful, with a comfortable vintage tan suede chair, a DIY baby blanket ladder, faux olive tree for a pop of fresh greenery, and a rustic style tree stump side table.

This chair is vintage that Logan and I picked up in a set from a thrift store about 6 years ago. We have the other one in Cal’s room and they are perfect nursery chairs. Can’t believe we got them for $20! 

This wildflower wall art is part of our baby girl nursery gallery wall. We added a vine of faux flowers around the frame.

So there ya have it! 

Was it worth the wait? Do you guys love this baby girl nursery as much as I do



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