Are you ready to see one of the most gorgeous baby nursery's ever (in my opinion!)? Ellie from Beauty 4 Ashes is sharing hers.....be ready to be impressed!! It's amazing!
-------------------------------------------Welcome to our nursery!
The first thing you'll notice when you enter the room is this big window framed with blue silk curtains and chippy barnboards. You can read about it here.
In front of the window I added a child-sized rocker with a basket of books. Perfect for entertaining big brothers!
To the right of the window is a tall chest of drawers that was recently featured at Better After! So proud of that!
Here is my post about this dresser's amazing transformation.
I love the look of green plants in every room; not only do they add some fresh green to a room, they're good for the air! Yes, that's my middle son in the frame. I need to print some current pictures!
Next to the dresser is my favorite chair. I've had it forever and it rocks and swivels, so it's perfect for nursing and rocking Baby. I've included a small table for my Bible and water, or my laptop so I can try to catch up with my favorite blogs.
Above the chair is a gallery wall. You can read more about it here.
Baby's crib is next to my chair. It used to be plain wood, but I painted it and installed the board and batten right before Baby was born... and never blogged about it! I will
milk this nursery for as many posts as I can do a before-and-after post soon.
No crib is complete without a mobile! Here is what I created (and here is where you can read more about it).
The door to the hall is at the foot of the crib. Besides painting it white, I've done nothing to it, so there's no picture except the glimpse you get of it next to the closet. Here is a post about the closet.
I added the sign today and thought I'd skip a tutorial cuz everyone has fancy vinyl machines... Not me! This is my trusty sharpie marker and kindergarten teacher skills!
My older boys (ages 2 and 4) love to play in this little nook.
Of course they prefer the bedspread-turned-curtain down so they can hide!
Next to the closet is this vanity I redid, also featured at Better After and blogged about here. You won't believe the before pictures of it! Now it has been reinvented as a changing table. I bet it never saw that one coming! (Looks like a need a bigger basket for Baby's laundry so it will hide the cords!)
I made this sweet little banner using a receiving blanket.
Hope you enjoyed the tour. Thanks for visiting!
Ellie....thank you SO much for visiting and guest posting today!
If you get a chance, head over to Beauty 4 Ashes
and expect to be inspired!