The other big project we completed this summer was Gavin's nursery. Everyone asked my daughter what is the theme? Well the nursery grew out organically from the choices we made... but if we were to say there is a theme, it is old school nursery rhymes.
In their current room, they have a 10 by 10 bedroom that would be perfect for a nursery. However, as small as it is, the furniture choices would have to be carefully chosen.
- Wallpaper and paint totally transformed this little room. My daughter decided to make a nursery that would be unisex, even though she knew that this baby was a boy.
We painted the ceiling a softer color on the swatch, it is hard to tell in these pictures.
- We installed a chair rail and crown molding to bring some architectural detail to the blank canvas
- My daughter ordered the letters and painted them. I think this is one of my favorite parts of the nursery. Big, wooden letters that set the tone for the room.
- We found the armoire on Craigslist and transformed it Annie Sloan chalk paint, French Linen with dark wax to highlight the beautiful details in the wood.
- A fantastic crib, another wonderful find, that was painted with Rustoleum Hammered Bronze spray paint.
- This Pottery Barn rocker, another great find, that was reupholstered.
- This little bassinet that I made a new fabric cover for... I also embroidered a matching pillow.
We found this small table.... perfect for a side table and holds all the books any baby will need.
- My son in law built a ladder to drape the handmade blankets, some nursery rhymes and Humpty Dumpty, a stuffed toy from my daughter's nursery.
- We found this cute hanger at Black Dog Salvage and I wanted to have something special to hang any cute outfit I make for the baby.
I hope you enjoyed the nursery. We had so much fun putting it together and I love the choices she made.
Wood Letters $100
Wood Ladder $20
Chair Rail and Crown Molding $75
Total Price $1455
A beautiful place to bring a baby into.... priceless.