Baby Henry’s Vintage Nursery

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I'm so excited to share Baby Henry's nursery with y'all today. It's always so rewarding to have a "vision" and see it come alive.

Here is the view when you walk in the door. I knew I wanted a white changing table with some drawers so this sideboard from Ikea was perfect. We had Joe's parents get it from Ikea and bring it down for us. I added a vintage globe a little glass container to hold pact's, the changing pad, wipes, and a vintage locker basket to hold the diapers. Inside the doors, there are two shelves and I ordered some cute chrome baskets to hold bibs, burp cloths, blankets, etc. Joe totally redid the closets and I love the way they turned out. The white moose head is from Hobby Lobby.

We have a little nook and Joe did a built in toy box. The fox pillow on top is from Target and there is a vintage star chart on the wall that Joe built a frame for using reclaimed wood.

The chair is a rocking chair that I got from a local shop when I was pregnant with Sally. I ordered the pillowcase from Etsy and the fox bin came from Target. The side table used to be in Sally's room and I ordered the lamp from Decor Steals one day. The vintage map came from an estate sale years ago. Joe used some reclaimed wood to build a frame. I LOVE the way it turned out. Joe built the shelves out of pipe and reclaimed wood. The did have to mount the shelves into the floor to make sure they were steady. Some of the items on the shelves were collected from our house and others were special for his room. The globe on the top shelf came from Hobby Lobby and the bug box came from Etsy. Joe mounted some vintage fly fishing lures into a box that he made. I bought the train lantern from a local resale site and spray painted it yellow. I have a vintage wire basket at the bottom holding books.

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