While this is not a full reveal per se, I wanted to give you all the progress shots. We are going to be continually evolving on her gallery wall, as well as her shelves I am sure, but this is where we are stepping away and saying, "her nursery is done!" And it feels so good. This is the view from the door.
poster: Mumford & Sons Concert
camera: wooden toy gifted by our two photographer friends
laundry basket: Ross
cloth diaper pail (aka, trash can): Costco
blue cart: Ikea
dresser: Honest Company
flower light: Ikea
bike print, little bitty pretty one, and the sky's the limit prints: Etsy
metal L: Pottery Barn
bedding and changing pad cover: Caden Lane
fox bin: Amazon
wall color: Benjamin Moore Hale Navy
Bad ass light from Restoration Hardware.
This is from the wall looking right. Her bigger/more important books are on the shelves, along with a piggy bank from Auntie Katie Meyer, moccasins from Auntie Sam, and a sound machine from Uncle Amazon. :) The garland was from the baby shower and I love that I am re-purposing it in here. Oh, and her crib is from her Nana Mary and is also from the Honest Company. More on the crib later...
Because her co-sleeper is still being stored in her crib. Getting in and out of bed is tough enough for me at this stage and so we are going to wait until she's on her way home to put up the co-sleeper.
In the meantime, back to this pouf! I searched. And searched. And searched. For a pouf that was the right vibe, but also price. The one from Restoration Hardware would have come in at around $200 and momma ain't no fool. I luckily was able to connect with Andie on Etsy who sent me this gorgeousness shown below.
The scale is perfect, the quality is top notch and it is comfortable for toe and bottom resting equally. And now she is offering you all a discount for a pouf of your very own! Just go to her shop and enter the code ANDIE4BENNETT10 at checkout for 10% off of your entire order!
And now this is her room from the other side looking back towards the door.
starburst mirror: Target
peacock bin: Amazon
Inside her closets are our container store Elfa systems and a WHOLE BUNCH OF CLOTHES from friends. I got some size dividers (0-3 months, 3-6 months, and so on) and hung up most of her bulky winter stuff. My favorite part of this closet set up are those pull out birch wood shelves you see below. They currently store toys on the bottom one and socks and shoes on the top.
So there you have it. A peek into her room as it sits currently. We still need to get a mobile and continue working on the gallery wall over her crib, but we feel pretty great about where it is currently.
What's your favorite part?
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