Friday, October 10, 2014

Nursery Tour

Here is a tour of Harlow's nursery!  The room itself is small with two walls of windows, so we tried to keep the design simple and space friendly.  The walls are light grey with white trim to keep things light and bright.

Chair & Ottoman: It's from a scratch and dent furniture store.  We got it for a great deal.  It doesn't photograph very well, because it's corduroy and catches the light kind of weird.  They have this exact same set at Babies R Us, but we paid way less.  Be open to looking for furniture in unusual places!
Side Table: Target
Lace Mobile: Tutorial
Moon Nightlight: Made by my dad when I was little
Blanket, Elephant, Succulent: Gifts

Crib: Walmart
Rug: Zulily (no longer available, but they always have fun rugs)
Harlow banner: gift
Bow Holder/Pet Portrait: Tutorial
Cloud Mobile: Tutorial
Name Canvas: I painted two canvases and then glued the smaller canvas onto the larger canvas.

Rug: Modcloth
Cube Shelf: Walmart

Baby clothes are just too cute to cover up, so we left the closet open.  I sewed a curtain to hang in the back for a pop of color.  The fabric subtlety peeks out from behind the clothes and the cube shelf.  We hung two clothes rods with larger sizes in the back, rather than storing the clothes she's not wearing yet.  That helps me keep up with what she has so I don't buy more than she needs.

Pillows: Made by my mom with fabric from Hancock Fabrics
Quilt: Made by me with a tutorial coming soon
Sheets: Target
Mesh Bumper: Target
Boppy Newborn Lounger: Target
***I know the baby isn't supposed to sleep with pillows or anything in the crib, so please don't worry about that.  It's just for decor while she's not in the crib. :)

Changing Table: Hand-me-down from cousin
Changing Pad Cover: Target

Cardboard Letters: Gift from sister-in-law Loren who got them at Hobby Lobby and dressed them up
Fabric Hoops: I picked out fun fabric from Hancock Fabrics and Hobby Lobby and put them in embroidery hoops.  It's super easy, but if you absolutely need a tutorial, I'm sure there's one on Pinterest.
Cacti in Clay Pots: I used a gold Sharpie to draw dots around the top of the pots for a little sparkle.

Vintage Dress: This was mine from 1985.
Canvas: Gift from my sister-in-law Shannon

I love coming into her room and just standing and looking at everything.  I know it won't always stay this organized and clean, but I hope it gives Harlow the same calming feeling that it gives me when I'm in the room.

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