Liddy's "nursery" is a part of the master bedroom, because we didn't have an entire room to dedicate to a nursery. All I knew when I was starting out was that I didn't want it to be "too pink" and that I was on a budget. I found on Craigslist a plain white Pottery Barn changing table and a tall dresser that looked fun because its knobs were little blocks with letters and numbers. With the small space we had, I couldn't do a normal sized dresser and I like using baskets for storage, so I knew a regular changing table with a shelf was what we needed. Then I saw this wall shelf at Pottery Barn Kids, a playhouse made of gold metal, and I was in love. The gold house gave me the inspiration for the colors of the nursery, coral and gold with splashes of mint for refreshing tone. I started curating coral and gold objects and my husband had the idea to paint the furniture coral with some gold accents. We already had a crib, and even though we felt uneasy about placing the crib away from our bedside, I didn't want to give up my bedside table and dresser. The space saver Stokke crib filled the space in front of the screen door beautifully and it is easy to move it around since it has wheels. I think the biggest challenge about the nursery was the limited space which might have resulted in a coral and gold overload instead of dispersing them around a bigger room. Still, I love the serene but cheery feel the nursery brought to an otherwise rather boring room. I also would have loved to have hardwood floors instead of carpet but I'm on the lookout for a kilim rug to cheer up the floor.