Gender neutral nursery with different patterns and textures.
I wanted something that was gender neutral since we weren't finding out the sex of our baby. I definitely knew that I wanted gray walls, because it's so easy to match with either boy colors or girl colors once the baby was here. The Aden+Anais crib sheet "up, up & away" is what inspired my color palette.
Classic and timeless, but unique and personal.
Crib - Pottery Barn Kids Sleigh Crib (This one is an older model from 2005, it has a drop down gate. The current one they sell has a fixed gate)
Changing Table - My father made this to match the crib
Corner Hutch - Something we already had but weren't using until now :)
White Cabinet/Armoire - Another item we previously owned
Nightstand - Ikea Hemnes nightstand
Glider - Babies R' Us Lacey Glider (They discontinued this glider, we actually found someone selling it on craigslist)
Ottoman - Target Sun Eclipse Ottoman
Knobs on nightstand and corner hutch - Target acrylic knobs in clear
Rug - Urban Outfitters Zig Zag Rug
Light Fixture - Ikea Fillsta Pendant Lamp
Ceiling Medallion - Home Depot
Sheers - White - Ikea Lill pair of curtains
Sea Foam Green - Target Eclipse sheer window panel, Rocky River
Curtains - Ikea Ritval curtain panels with tiebacks
Changing pad & Cover - Pottery Barn Kids
Toiletries Carousel - Target white metal round condiment caddy
Owl Lamp - A great find at TJ Max, fortunately I have no other info :(
Wall Decals - Simple Shapes, Birch tree with owl and birds
Frames - Target room essentials matted frame
Wall Gallery Prints - Made by friends
Birdhouse - Homemade by my dad
Baskets - Cost Plus World Market, Coldwater Creek, & Target
Paint - Behr, Dolphin Finn
Door Hanger - Gift
ABC & 123 Art - Homemade gift by family friend
It's so hard to pick just one, but I would have to say the glider. This particular glider had been discontinued and I was heartbroken. No other glider or rocker measured up. Then one day I saw someone selling it on craigslist for half the price and barely used. I mean this thing was practically new! So my wonderful husband drove us the six hour round trip to go pick up the glider of my dreams. To go from thinking it was a lost cause, to unexpectedly having it practically fall in my lap is amazing.