Lennon’s “simply blue” nursery

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Description

{baby boy nursery}

After recently moving into our house, Lennon’s nursery was the room I wanted to get painted and decorated after finishing up our living room.   Of our family of 5, he spends the most time actually in his bedroom.

I wanted something that wasn’t too ‘babyish.’  Something that was simple and not too cluttered.  Colors that would still work even when he’s in his teens.

Design Inspiration

The inspiration was the area rug and piggy bank that I already had.  The area rug was originally in our basement.  Plain and simple...I wanted to reuse it so I didn't have to sell it on craigslist.

Decorating Style

practical, modern, clean

Project Details

Mobile, hanging yarn wreath, framed dot art: DIY by me

Name wooden Letters: Hobby Lobby {painted with same blue wall paint}

Rug & piggy bank: Target a couple years ago

Mirror & Lamp: Target

White picture frames: Ikea

Crib / dresser: Walmart from 2.5 years ago that my other son used

Painted blue frames: Walmart {painted with same blue wall paint}

Chalkboard: Homegoods

Instagram/Ultrasound Frame: Pier1

Bookshelves: DIY – raingutters from Home Depot

Paint: Behr

Photo Credit: Niña.Cecilia {creative spark}

Favorite Items

My favorite item is probably the bookshelves.  It's amazing what a raingutter can achieve.

Advice

Reuse as much as you can.  Instead of buying new picture frames, paint them yourself!

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