Sunday, July 5, 2015

Nursery Reveal

Hey Guys!  Hope you all had a wonderful July 4th and had some extra time off work or to vacation.  We have kept things pretty low key around here and I have had the time to get a few things done around the house. 

So excited to share with you the final nursery reveal!  I have enjoyed working on this little room so much over the past few months.  It all came together in the last few weeks and I am glad to have it finished before we bring our baby girl home.  I will let the pictures guide you. Overall wanted a very soft color palette, something relaxing and calm.  My love for  birds lead me to stencil the wall but I did not want a “theme” so I kept the fabrics and other pieces in the room simple.  I tend to like softer colors for girls or gender neutral nursery’s but if we were having a boy I had plans to use dark navy blue with orange pops of color.  I am sure I will be changing décor often for our baby girl and by the time she is a toddler her room will be brighter and bolder. 

Come take a peek at the nursery with me.

Nursery Room






changing table

Clock Wall

Here is a small peek into the closet.  I had planned to show the whole closet because we did put in an organizing shelving system and the clothes are so sweet but it is packed FULL of baby stuff right now! 


Sadly, little Glen thinks that this is his room, he has been with me in every step of the decorating process.  He has loved every decision!  He is going to be so disappointed when he gets locked out. 



  • Glider-Wayfair
  • Pouf-Joss & Main
  • Crib-Jenny Lind Style, Target
  • Rug-Joss & Main
  • Curtains-Fabric from, Carousel Designs
  • Paint – Oyster, Benjamin Moore
  • Wall Stencil – Royal Designs
  • Bookshelves- Ikea (spice racks)
  • Canvas Laundry Basket – Home Goods
  • Rabbit Print Frame-Hobby Lobby
  • Pink Lamp- Marshalls
  • Floor Lamp – Urban Outfitters
  • Chevron Throw – Kohls
  • Side Table – Target
  • Mobile – Blossom Hill, Etsy Shop
  • Wire Baskets (closet) – Michael's Crafts

What do you think??




  1. Very pretty and soothing.. Can't wait to see a picture of baby girl L in it.

  2. You did an amazing job - I love everything about it!!! Tell me about the finish on the dresser? Did you do that? I love it!!

    1. I did refinish the dresser and believe it or not it is white shoe polish! I stripped the dresser and sanded then basically waxed on white shoe polish. It was a tip from a pro and it has been a favorite of mine for 10 + years now.

  3. Beautiful!! I found you through HomeTalk. I was wondering about the art work between the Windows?

    1. Hi, thanks for reading! The print between the windows was a DIY, here is the link to my post which talks about that and it contains a link to the site where I found instructions on how to make it.