Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The Nursery!

We finally got the nursery done this weekend and I absolutely love it.  When I decorated Lyla's nursery I stuck with pale pinks and whites.  It was so sweet, and I still love it - especially the vintage dresser we just added after transferring the changing table over to Evie's room.  This time I wanted to do a bit more of an eclectic and colorful look, and I'm so excited about how it all came together.

I looked at some nursery ideas on Pinterest and came across one that talked about having an area for their older child to play in.  I thought that was such a cute idea, and incorporated it into Everly's room.  The way Lyla follows me around like a little baby duck I know there won't be many times I can feed or change Evie in privacy, so I'm hoping her very own little reading corner and basket of toys will provide some distraction.  For at least 30 seconds or so.  ;)

Lyla loves the room too, and was so excited to see her books up on the wall.  She climbs in "Yeve's" bed daily and jumps as high as she can and talks about her baby sister sleeping in that room.  It's pretty cute and makes me so excited to see her as a big sister.  She's going to be a natural.

Here are some photos, along with a list of where I got most of the stuff at the end.

- K

Curtains - old, from Anthropologie that I dip dyed
Mobile - Baby Jives on Etsy
Baby Quilt - LWPH Sews
Crib and Changing Table - Pottery Barn
Chair - Babies R US
Nightstand - old from Home Goods that I painted and refinished
White Bookshelves - picture ledges from Ikea
J-O-Y Letters, Sheets, Pink Hamper and Fuzzy Pillow Cover - Land of Nod
 Bunny and Deer Prints, Hourglass and E Hook - Anthropologie
Wood Shelf, Pouf, Small Mirror - Restoration Hardware
Woven Basket, Deer Bookends and Lamp - Target
Colorful Hardcover Books - found the whole set new at Anthropologie but purchased these used from Amazon at a fraction of the price! 

1 comment:

  1. What a perfectly girly room for a girly girl! Sure looks different than the last time I was there!