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Asher’s Nursery

Description

Nursery for our first child, which he can grow into with minimal updates

Design Inspiration

My husband bought the lollypop picture at a charity event before we even started on the nursery. From there we knew we wanted something a little different than traditional baby blue. We decided not to go with a "theme" and just went with items that caught our eye. WeĀ chose itemsĀ that won't be to "babyish" for him as he gets older, or thatĀ can be used with future children, regardless of gender.

I saw the lantern cluster done before on another website, and I knew I wanted to incorporate it into our nursery.

Project Details

Crib and Dresser: Babies' R' Us

Cubby Shelf and bins: IKEA

Chair and foot stool: IKEA

Closet shelving: IKEA

Lamp and Stand: IKEA

Lantern Cluster: PaperLanternStore.com and MarthaStewart.com

Bedding/ Changing pad & Cover: Serena & Lily

Paint: Dovetail by Sherwin Williams

Tree Decal: etsy.com

Favorite Items

We love the crib and the lantern cluster!

Advice

There were items I liked, but were not as important to me, which I did not want to spend the $ on. With a little research, you can find comparable products for less money. Choose what is important to you, and splurge on those few items.

Heather

Wednesday 29th of February 2012

I love this furniture, i just added it to my registry. I was wondering how you attached the changing pad to the dresser? That is the only issue I have, I don't want to damage the dresser by drilling holes into it.

mommy

Tuesday 21st of February 2012

not fit for a baby to grown this room for like a teen not bright at all

Sarah

Friday 10th of February 2012

I have the same crib and dresser, love them. I love your lantern cluster. Can you give me some pointers on how you put it together.

Dandelion

Tuesday 24th of January 2012

I like the gray walls. I also like the uniquely-shaped mirror and the dark-stained furniture.