In this post, I'm sharing some pictures of our baby's nursery. Over the summer, I remade our guest bedroom into a nursery for our first baby, due in fall. I repainted, got new curtains and all new furniture (except for the dresser), and cleared out the room's closet, which was home to all of my craft supplies. It was a big undertaking, but I tackled it bit by bit, and now it's finally ready. I'm sure once the baby is here and we're using the room I may add things or move stuff around to be more practical, but for now I'm happy with the set up. There's really nothing that needs to be explained, so this will basically just be me sharing some inspiration pictures. However, I will list (and try to provide a link to) where we purchased items incase you're looking to buy the same things. Enjoy!
Just to give you some context for the layout of the room, one wall of the nursery is mostly a large window, and another wall is taken up by the bi-fold closet doors, so there's only really two free walls in the room. Because of this, all of the furniture is kind of just lined up against the two empty walls. It's not aesthetically ideal, but it works for what it is.
I wanted to go for a neutral, light theme, so I painted the walls a warm off white color. I also went with white and natural wood furniture and decor.
Changing Table, Changing Pad, & Table Accessories - Ikea
Hanging Diaper Storage - Amazon
Laundry Basket - Amazon
Crib - Ikea
Letters - Hobby Lobby
Little Adventurer Wall Art - Hobby Lobby (Clearance)
Elephant Blanket - Carter's
Blackout Curtains - Amazon
Woodland Crib Sheet - Amazon
Alphabet Print - Etsy
Shelf - Ikea
Shelf - Ikea
Wood Train - Hobby Lobby
Teddy Bear - Amazon
Wood Horse - Michaels
Burp Cloths - Amazon
Pacifier Clip - Amazon
Blocks - hand-me-down toy blocks that I repainted
Dresser - my childhood dresser (I repainted it and switched the hardware to match the room better)
Wooden Dresser Hardware - Amazon
Letterboard - Target
Ceramic Bootie - gifted piece that I repainted and used as a planter
Storage Bins - Target
Currently, the closet is where we're storing things like the fold up play pen, the highchair, the bouncer, etc. But I do have some clothes hanging up in there.
I saw this way of hanging onesies on Pinterest. Not sure how practical it will be to keep up with hanging clothes like this, but it's definitely saving dresser space not having a million onesies folded up and stored in there.
Hangers - Amazon
I hope you enjoyed my nursery tour! Of course, when our son gets older, I'll change the room to better fit his needs and decorate based on his interests, but right now I'm just happy to have everything done and ready for the baby's arrival.