When we found out we were expecting baby #3 we decided to turn our walk-in master closet into a little nursery instead of moving our daughter and son into a shared room. The closet already had a window and measured 8x6 ft so we decided it was worth a shot!
We wanted to keep the existing paint color (Benjamin Moore's Revere Pewter) and decided to add in navy blue and charcoal accents. Beyond the color scheme, the goal was to utilize items that we already owned and try to keep the room simple and cozy.
Crib and mattress: IKEA
Roman blackout shade and crib skirt - DIY with fabric from Premier Prints
Quilt: Custom made by Lauren at Emma Sue's Treasures
Letter 'A': DIY nail and wool project
Wall Treatment: Sharpie paint pen wall treatment DIY using tutorial from Vintage Revivals
Mountain Print: Vintage thrift store find
Arrow wall hooks: Michaels
Rocking Chair: Amazon
Racoon Art: Free printable from We Lived Happily Ever After
State wall art: DIY
Book shelves: IKEA spice racks
I really love the mini swiss cross Premier Prints fabric that I used to make the roman shade and the crib skirt. That ended up being a quick project that I was able to complete in one evening and only cost around $25.
The faux wallpaper was also a quick, one day project that only cost $5 for one sharpie paint pen and added some much needed interest to the focal wall.