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I’ve made you wait long enough! The nursery is complete and we’re all ready for Lucia’s arrival. Come on in.
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It’s a tiny room, but I’m going to give you lots of pictures!
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This is the most I can get on camera at once.
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To the left, as you enter, is the changing table with the framed Thumbelina pages.
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Lamp close up–can you see me in the reflection? 🙂
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Next to that is the nursing/reading/rocking chair. I’m looking forward to many book-reading sessions here! You can also see my candle nightlight contraption on the wall.

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It’s an LED candle.
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One of my favorite purchases for the nursery is this beautiful boppy cover–it’s got cute owls on it and the back side is a soft orange minky dot! Orange is actually really hard to find when looking for boppy covers–I was so excited to find this one.
The view from the chair. There I am again in the reflection.
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This is Juliet’s little spot. She plans on sitting in the tiny rocker to “hold her baby”. The vintage Counting Book is the first book I purchased for Lucia shortly after finding out I was pregnant.

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Reading nook with booksling and throw pillows. The fabric is very book-inspired: Rapunzel and The Owl and the Pussy Cat

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You’ve seen the buttonbeak wall art numerous times, but here it is again along with the sunshine, and mobile.
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The crib.
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bedding close-up
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In the crib: upcycled rose pillow, black apple doll, and adorable crocheted hedgehog!
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mobile close-up!
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We’re almost through!
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But first, check out this fun owl I found at goodwill! It’s made out of nails, metal sheets, and wire! I love it!
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And we’re done.
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Hope you enjoyed the tour!

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We had the crib, changing table, and chairs. With the help of my trusty can of white spray paint, I was able to reuse a lot of stuff I had in the garage from my Goodwill shopping adventures and make all of the artwork on my own.

I’m also lucky in that I am the only one of my siblings who has agreed to produce offspring. Brother A has declared that “he will not have a kid until he’s 50.” (He’s not even 30 yet…) and Brother B has stated that he’d “rather be waterboarded than have a kid right now.” So, while I do wish for little nieces and nephews, it does put my own children in the fortunate position as the sole recipients of their grandparents’ “spoil the grandkids” budget. That helps a lot when your are decorating a nursery.

The fun part (where I got to go shopping!) was in the details. Here are the sources, if you are interested:

Paint: Sherwin Williams Lazy Gray
Crib Bedding: Liberty of London Crib Bedding from Target
Curtains: Pom Pom Curtains from Urban Outfitters
Shelves: Flat Wood Shelves from Target
Gray Flokati Rug:
Ottoman: Bought it on clearance at Target–sorry, can’t find a link to it now!
Lamp: Illumination Station lamp from HomeGoods
Mobile: Flenstead Swallow Mobile from BabyEarth
Owl Pillow: Fong Studio
Boppy Cover: MollyAnneMake
Crocheted Hedgehog: Yarnigans
Pillow and Booksling Fabric: Heater Ross Far, Far, Away Rapunzel and The Owl and The Pussycat, Lizzy House Castle Peeps Castle Flags Orange from Fabricworm
Wall Decal: Three Weeds from Janey Mac
Letter L: Zinc Letters from Anthropologie
Storage Baskets: HomeTrends, Nedre from Walmart
Striped animals: Guatemala

I think that’s it! Hope you enjoyed it. I had so much fun working on this project for the past several months and am now just waiting for my little miracle’s arrival!

Linking up to Made By You Monday, M.M.M., Making the World Cuter, Amaze Me August, Sugar and Spice, Whatever Goes Wed., Strut Your Stuff Thursday,