A little on the late side, but I've been meaning to get this nursery blogged for awhile. So it might as well be my first post. When we were expecting our first little boy, I set out to turn our spare bedroom into a nursery. I chose neutral colors that could easily transition between future boy or girl babies. While I wanted the nursery to be a simple and clean design, I also wanted to make it unique to each little baby that we brought home. Most of all, I wanted a cozy and peaceful place to rock babies and read bedtime stories.
Shane has a small dresser in the nursery. The print on the left (by Kylie Danskin Designs) was a gift from my sister and displayed at my baby shower. The fabric bunting is from Etsy and can be found here. The newborn picture of Shane on the right side was taken by Kelly Brown.
We originally had a cheap rocking chair in the nursery. We upgraded to this glider the second time around and I couldn't love it more. The fox was a baby gift from one of my dearest friends. The side table was salvaged, and originally a cherry red. Curtains are Tahari from Macy's, and found secondhand. Curtain Rod is from Lowe's.
Sign made by another dear friend and gifted to us at my baby shower.
Letters via Etsy.
Be Brave sign via Etsy. Rhett letters and wooden arrow are from Hobby Lobby and were decorations from my baby shower. The old window I picked up on the side of the road, cleaned it up, and started painting, when I was very pregnant and feeling very creative.
Both the boys have shadowboxes in the nursery with their going home outfits, bassinet cards, hospital bracelets, and birth announcements. The shadowboxes can be found here.
Pewter branch hooks via Etsy.