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So, as I'm rolling through my 36th week of pregnancy, I thought it would be the perfect time to share our nursery! I started this nursery transformation VERY early on in our pregnancy because the room needed some TLC that I knew I would not have the energy for later on. This room used to be our "master" bedroom as there is not a designated one in our 1960's home. You can view our new master bedroom tour here! I waited four long years to create this quaint, little space, so I wasted no time getting started! I had created an inspiration post before starting the room if you'd like to see what I had initially envisioned here!
First things first, I tore up all the old floor trim and replaced it with new trim, as well as swapped out the door trim (long term goal is to change the rest of the upstairs trim to match) and door knob. Next, I painted the walls a very neutral, warm toned white.
Trim/Door Color: Behr Premium Semi- Gloss in Polar Bear
Wall Color: Behr Premium Satin in Painter's White
I have created numerous growth rulers/charts for people I know over the years and was ecstatic to finally create my own! Here, I created a post a few years back on making these DIY rulers! This and the wood shelves I built were stained in Minwax Weathered Oak, my go-to stain as of lately. I purchased the wood numbers from Joann Fabrics, but you could easily stencil numbers on.
I decided to keep things light and bright in keeping with a very neutral color palette and adding pops of pink with accessories and painting the inside of the triangle shelves I built. Some might argue this color palette isn't exactly kid friendly, but if you know me, I'm not a bold colored kind of person and I don't mind a little extra cleaning if that means living in a space that makes my soul happy!
For details on how to make your own nursery mobile, visit here! It was such an easy project and gives the nursery such a personalized feel! I also handmade this wood sign using an old vintage picture frame and underlayment. The quote is from the book/movie, Anne of Green Gables.
My plan for the closet is once the baby is on the move, reinstalling the closet doors and painting them in a dark grey chalkboard paint. But for now, I'm enjoying the easy access and plan to find some cute baskets to hide the boxed diaper stash. The white woven basket underneath the end table will serve the purpose of hiding all of my pumping/nursing supplies.
Delta Ava Crib, Crib Sheet, Wire Blanket Basket, Rug, End Table, White Woven Basket, Pink Ottoman, Closet Organizer Boxes, Delta Emma Rocker, Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Fiddle Leaf Plant, White plant pot, Ikea Hemnes Dresser, Changing Pad Cover, Pacifier Jar, Curtains (similar), Fish Scale Basket, Wall Book Baskets (Similar), Baby Monitor, Diaper Bag, Diaper Genie, Wooden Hangers, Drawer Knobs (Similar)
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