I had so much fun putting this room together. I collected and shopped for Avyn throughout my entire pregnancy. I wanted his nursery to flow seamlessly with the rest of our home, and not feel too "baby". So I kept the color pallet warm and the accessories vintage and multifunctional. My husband had a lot to do with each of the projects; he built the marble lamp, plane ceiling light, bookcases and painted and hung everything in the room.
I love antiques, crafts and projects and luckily my husband is incredibly innovative. I draw up what I want and he finds a way to make it a reality.
I drew inspiration from so many online projects and many other beautifully put together nurseries.
Dresser: on Clearance at RC Willey (the back panel was cracked, which my husband fixed and the wood was splitting. I thought it added character.)
Rocker: RC Willey (I wanted something big and comfy for those long nights)
Side table: My grandmother and grandfather made this table from copper piping and TV tray tops, I painted and distressed the wood
Ottoman: my husband built a top for crate from Target and put on little bun feet. I covered it and added rope piping.
Side chair: on Clearance at RC Willey
Bike Pillow: World Market
Two Side Armoires: Paula Dean Collection at RC Willey
Night light: made with a large mason jar filled with marbles, we covered the cord with rope
Mobile: Made from a broken lampshade, old christmas ornaments and paper cut-outs.
Ceiling light: a lamp kit from World Market, my husband drilled holes in the airplane accessory and attached it to the lamp kit.
Rug: on Clearance at, you guessed it, RC Willey
Curtains: I sewed pieces of an old bed skirt, Target shower curtain and upholstery tape to Ikea panels and hung with clips from Hobby Lobby on an old copper pipe.
Bedding: fitted sheet: Toys R Us, dust ruffle: made from that same old bed skirt
Crib: RC Willey
Bookcases: My husband made these from pallets
I love the Bookcases by the rocker, they are so sturdy and I can just reach back to grab a book so easily.
Have fun and take your time! Carry color/fabric swatches in you purse so you can check the scheme if you spot something while you're out!