Sunday, February 21, 2016

Baby K's Nursery Ideas


Hi there!  I finally got around to getting my ideas for Baby K's nursery out of my head and on to paper. We've gotten a start on his room by painting the walls Sherwin William's Agreeable Gray and replacing the carpet with LifeProof Lower Treasure in Dove Tail from Home Depot.

Here's a look at where we started:



The room is light and bright and the high ceilings make it feel spacious even though it's a very narrow space.  

Here's a shot of the opposite side of the room after we painted the walls and trim and replaced the carpet.  We also already received the Pottery Barn Elliot 3-in-1 Crib from my Mom and we love it!




The room is now a nice clean, blank slate for us to work with.  Here's a mood board showing some of my ideas to finish off the nursery:





I plan to add the fun navy and white chevron removable wallpaper to the back wall.  The colors will be light gray, navy, and army/olive green with pops of orange.  We're not doing a theme, per se, but we've already picked up some fun animal-inspired pieces like the elephant knobs shown above.  I already own the IKEA hemnes dresser (shown above).  I bought it in black and painted it white when I decided to use it in the guest room at my old house. I want to paint it an army green color for Baby K's nursery and swap out the knobs.

I am IN LOVE with the Land of Nod Campaign Bookcase in navy, but it's a splurge and I'm not ready to commit.  I want to get some other pieces in the room first before I make my final decision.





One of the DIY projects we're most excited about working on are these fun branch swings from Garden Therapy.  Aren't they adorable?

{Image via: Garden Therapy}

I'll be back with an update once I get the wallpaper up. Thanks for reading.

~jess

2 comments:

  1. I love what you did with this room. So cute!! We are moving in to a new house in August/September and I am working on putting all my room plans together now, so this came at a great time as I am trying to figure out what I am going to do for my son's room. :)

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    1. I agree, I love what you did with this room also. Thanks for sharing the ideas and the photos too!
      Jennifer Dominquez
      www.bebewellness.com

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