Nursery Inspiration and Progress

Last week, we started the task of putting together a nursery for a our newest addition. When we purchased this house I quickly went to work decorating and making it into our home. I knew exactly which room would belong to Braylen, the bonus room was spacious and perfect for a playroom, the third bedroom became a guest bedroom, but the fourth remained empty. For nearly a year and a half it has remained unclaimed. I knew that it would one day become a nursery and it makes my heart skip a beat to walk by and see the freshly painted walls as the nursery comes to life.

I chose bedding from Carousel Designs and it arrived on Christmas Eve. I had the blue from the bedding matched for the wall color.


This is how the room looked when we moved in, so I decided to keep the bottom neutral and match the trim color and paint the top blue to match the bedding.


It didn’t take long before the pink and green walls were transformed into something a little more fitting for a boy.


The rest of the nursery is coming together nicely. We went with the Kendall crib from Pottery Barn kids, the Kendall chest, and the Ultimate changing table. We’ll fill in the changing table with coordinating baskets from Pottery Barn Kids.

Here’s a look at the inspiration board I’m using for the nursery. There are still a few pieces to be ordered, but I’m so happy with the progress we’ve made so far, I can’t wait to see it come together over the next few months.

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    • Jennifer says

      Thanks Erin, I can’t wait for it to be finished and for the little one to get to come home to his new room!

  1. says

    A glider was passed on to me, and I am so grateful for it even after 20 months! We have a tiny nursery but I can’t imagine not having the chair in it. It’s where we read bedtime stories every night, and have a nurse and a cuddle first thing in the morning. And for those days where my little guy is not feeling well, being rocked to sleep in my arms is the best comfort. When we are done with it we will pass it along to someone else. It did not come with an ottoman, and we borrowed one for a time, but it was unnecessary and ended up acting as a table for the laundry basket.

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