Harrison’s Haven

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My husband and I wanted to design a nursery that was nurturing and comfortable for a baby, but could also be easily transformed to grow with our son. We made or re-designed almost everything, and had such a great time doing it!

Design Inspiration

I was really inspired by many images I found on Pinterest as well as this website. There are so many creative people out there, so I took a lot of my inspiration from little pieces I liked in other nurseries.

Decorating Style


Project Details

Crib : from in-laws, repainted white and brown

Curtains/Bedskirt : I made - fabric "Wide Metro Living Circles" http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004MCJ486/ref=oh_o02_s00_i00_details

Recliner: Fry's Marketplace sale

Changing Table: Baby Addison Changing Tablehttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003GZHWG6/ref=oh_o04_s00_i00_details

Letters: Made from styrofoam, covered in scrapbooking paper (from Michaels) and modpodge




Favorite Items

My father helped with the letters, so that makes them extra special. I loved the way they came out with the color of our walls and the color of the paper I used. 

One comment

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    This room is really perfect for a boy. It’s so gender and age appropriate and a space that could really grow with him, too!

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