We are super happy with how it turned out. I think it's the perfect gender neutral nursery for the little guy. There is plenty of leeway to change and adjust things as he grows and develops his specific interests.
This will be a photo heavy post (the best kind really). I will also try and list where I sourced certain items.
Here are some before and after shots...
Luke did a great job building the custom closet on the left side of the nook. It leaves some space on the right side for a little reading area for when he gets older. I have grand plans of making a little teepee tent for that side.
The wall color is Metropolitan by Benjamin Moore.
Floor Poof - Target
Coral Side Table - Home Goods - custom painted
Rug - rugsusa.com
Baskets - home goods, TJ Maxx
Drum Shade Ceiling Light - Ikea
Chevron Pillow - homemade
Yellow and Gray throw pillow - Target
Cornice Boxes - homemade
Linen look window sheers - Lowe's
Hello sign - Etsy.com
Crib Skirt - homemade
Fox Plate - Pottery Barn Kids
Pillow and blanket - homemade
Letter "a" - Anthropologie
Clock - Target
Mobile - homemade
White Resin Moose Head - Etsy.com
valentines bouquet from Luke
Wooden Frog - souvenir from Honeymoon in Thailand
Portland Timbers Print - Gift from our dear friend Courtney
Orange Pail - Ikea
Hyacynth Basket - Home Goods
Stuffed Berner - Target
Wool Blanket - Pendleton
Whew. Thanks for following along this decorating journey with us. It's been fun to do all of these projects together for our little guy. Who wants to make a bet that the next kid's nursery doesn't look this good?? Haha. I sure I hope I can find the time to do all of this again - I had SO much fun with it. I guess time will tell.
Up next: Birthing this baby!