Baby H’s Nursery

Baby H’s nursery was a really fun project for me.  Now that we are in our forever home I felt comfortable putting a lot of time and effort into the room since I know it will be here for many years (versus the twins’ first room which was in a rental home….I knew we’d be moving so I didn’t do as much).  It was a fun project with a mix of custom, store bought, and DIY pieces.

Since we didn’t know Baby H’s gender until the day he was born I chose to go with a gender neutral green (Benjamin Moore #522 – Pleasant Grove), and then I have been adding pops of navy (still more to come!).  I’ve linked all the items below, but if there’s anything I missed comment below!

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Crib: Crate & Barrel
Crib Skirt: Custom
Artwork: DIY
Rug: Pottery Barn Kids in Ivory
Hamper: Wayfair
Hamper Insert: Wayfair 
Bureau: Birch Lane
Bureau Overlays: DIY from My O’verlays
Changer Table Topper: Amazon
Changer Pad Cover: Custom
Curtains: Bed Bath & Beyond + DIY Pom Pom Trim
Loveseat: Ikea in White
Pouf: Wayfair

Paint Colors:
Walls – Sherwin Williams – Alabaster
Green Accents/Artwork/Lamp: Benjamin Moore – Pleasant Grove

Both lamps and the rocking chair are family pieces, and the bookshelf and nightstand are old pieces from my very first NYC apartment.  The artwork over the crib I did with the twins – they helped me paint the canvases then I glued on a variety of ribbons and trims for texture.  The artwork over the sofa are all framed pages from vintage Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme books that I bought off Etsy.

I’m having some pillows made for the couch in a fun navy fabric with giraffes on it, and the chair is getting recovered in a navy/white fabric — all to bring some more pops of blue into the room!

I hope you enjoyed this peek into Baby H’s little world!

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