1.13.2012

evaleigh's nursery


Alas, our baby girl's room is done! And all with 4 days to spare. There have been countless DIY projects and re-DIY's that have gone in to this nursery.

the curtains (the fabric of which was used as table cloths at our wedding reception)
the couch (which was my great grandmothers. it is painted then recovered)
the bunting
the scrabble name frame
the changing table
all of the pillows (except for the red target one)
the chest of drawers
and the list goes on and on...

So, here we present:

Evaleigh Joy Murphy's Nursery

















Now, all we are missing is a little girl!!!

Oh, and I need some nursing pads...

19 comments:

Mandy said...

uuumm...this is adorable! I love every little detail. Looks like something you would see in a magazine, but better!

Can't wait to see your sweetie pie in it as well :)

michele said...

I love it!! And I love it even better in person. I can't wait for that little girl to get here!!

Kieren said...

Seriously, this is adorable. I can totally see this ending up on Ohdeedoh.

Brittany said...

i absolutely love every inch of this nursery. You are my inspiration.

Joel & Jenna Andersen said...

What a cute room for a cutie pie!! I can't wait to see your post about when you bring her home to this room!! This time next week she will be home and in your arms!! I love you Rach!

Marisa M said...

It looks so good! If I were having a girl this is exactly what I would want her nursery to look like!

Rachel said...

Her room is divine!

Haley K said...

amen to rachel :) The colors and various patterns/prints are happy & stimulating, yet it is so cozy and relaxing! how lucky your sweet Evaleigh is :)

Jessica Holly said...

obsessed. WIll you be my interior design consultant when I have kids? Ok thanks.

Jessie said...

Oh my! This is seriously the cutest little nursery I've ever seen! I love love love that couch...and the light fixture...and all of the colors/textures/patterns! It's perfect.

xo,
jessie

http://sweetlilsomethings.blogspot.com/

Life Abroad said...

wow, this is by far one of the most unique, interesting and beautiful nurseries i have ever seen! you did such an amazing job. i love how it looks compiled over time, not just put together quickly from one store. it has character and there is so much to look at! what a lucky little girl you are going to have :)

Danielle said...

Ooops I commented on the wrong post. I hardly ever comment, but love your style.

Nurse-to-be said...

Can't. Get. Enough. It's so pretty! And it will be even prettier with that sweet baby girl in the picture!

For the Love of French said...

You are crafty, I made my own washable nursing pads with some terry cloth fabric....have at it.

Kendra said...

It is absolutely stunning! You are so talented!

nataliakristine said...

This is such a lovely nursery! All of the elements work so well together! Just wanted to let you know that I shared it on my blog. :)

http://uncommonplaceblog.blogspot.com

robin said...

really, really cute! if i were you, i'd just sit in that room all day long...

thanks for getting back to me about those invitations. they are so cute! the reason i asked was because they look similar to the illustrations in one of favorite childrens books. and i thought if that artist had a stationery line, i wanted to know about it!!!

Callie Lynch said...

oh my goodness! I am in awe of your nursery- it's beautiful! You are very talented!

Bennett Love

lex said...

this is the most adorable nursery i have ever seen! :)

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