I wanted to create a perfect little nursery space that could grow with my little guy. I created a lumberjack inspired space with both vintage and modern touches. The room was easy and affordable to create. Also my husband is military and we live on base housing so I was limited to what I could do with the space! However I made it work and was pleased with the outcome! More at everythingemilygblog.blogspot.com
Paul Bunyan and Babe the Ox, Lumberjacks
Vintage with a modern eclectic touch!
Yellow stripes were painted on the wall. I used Sherwin Williams Citrus.
Dresser (changing table) - Ikea Malm Collection
Rocking Chair- Ikea
Crib Bedding- I made all the crib bedding other than the fox. The fabric I purchased off Etsy.
Plush Fox- Gingiber Etsy Shop
Plaid Throw- Gift
Denim Pouf- Crate and Barrel
Wood Base Lamp- Target
Plaid Shade- Made by Me!
Cardboard Bull- Ebay
Woodgrain Hanging Lamp- Target
Woven Blue Basket- The Land of Nod
Wooden Owl Bookends- Thrifted
Yellow Metal Crate- Thrifted
Paul Bunyan Book- Belonged to my Mom
Frames- All of the frames in the room came from Target
Boy Scout's Uniform- It was Jacob's when he was a little boy
Wooden Owl- Thrifted
Metal "A"- Urban Outfitters
Fox and Letter Print Burp Cloths- Made by Me!
Animal Print- The Land of Nod
Timber Print- Gift from a very talented friend!
Green Owl Coin Bank- Urban Outfitters
Wooden Mushroom- TJ Maxx
Embroidery Hoop- Made by Me! (purchased material from a local fabric store)
Crochet Marine Corps Hat- Knitting Nannies
Picture Book- Gift from Asher's newborn photographer
Wooden Missouri Teether- Little Sapling Toys Etsy Shop
Owl Baby Book- Ruche
Changing Pad Cover- Sweetheart n Sunshine Etsy Shop
Clear Tray- Target
My favorite item would probably have to be the giant cardboard bull... We refer to her as Babe the Ox!
My advice to PN readers would be to have fun and don't be afraid to be adventurous in the space you are creating. Use simple items such as shoes, a onesie, or burp clothes to add special little decorating touches to your space. If you splurge on anything let it be the crib. The crib seems to always be the focal point in a nursery.