10.12.2011

i need to get organized

So, I made a style board for EJ's room.

Here is the plan:
vintage
grays
bunting over the crib
blues
quilts
greens
art on the walls
mustard
bird mobile
pink
wallpaper behind the book shelves
velvet couch
chandelier
typewriter
square rug



1. 2. 3. 456. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Things are finally starting to take form around here.  I spent 5 HOURS yesterday re-doing this changing table for EJ.
My mother and I got it from the Monroe Cotton Mills Antique Mall for $35.  That place is worth a visit by the way...it is the largest antique mall in the south and 3rd largest in the States.  Who would have known, right in my own backyard! I am so pleased with how it turned out.  It was a pretty nasty green but I fixed that right up with my trusty Antique White Eggshell Glidden paint.  (also used to do this and this)


I am slowly accumulating things I LOVE.  What is so wonderful about decorating a nursery is that you have several months to do it.  I feel like I have really been able to think and research how I would like to do her room instead of making hasty impulsive decisions (which I am pretty good at doing).  The following project of how I did the dresser can be seen here.


Decorating this baby girl's nursery is almost as fun as making the baby herself...almost.


***Post Edit: here is the link to the finished nursery***

4 comments:

Lissa Chandler said...

i love this so much.

Justina F. Lee said...

So exciting!!

Great ideas by the way :-) Got a fantastic vintage feel.

Monique said...

Love love love! The trellis pattern is gorgeous and so are the colors you picked out.Have fun creating your little one's special place!

brittany said...

i am seriously in love with that typewriter! what a pretty nursery idea!

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