Friday, July 6, 2012

Cole's Navy and Green Nursery

Cole is two months old today, and I'm just now sharing his nursery!  Better late than never, right? ;)  This room was done on a major budget and with the thought that we would be trying to sell our home soon.  With this in mind, we opted to paint the nursery a neutral color instead of navy blue, and also did a removable accent wall instead of painting stripes.  Of course, now that we know we'll be here a while, I'm kicking myself for not painting it navy!  Oh well, we're pretty happy with the way it turned out anyway. :) 

All photos by Brandi Hunsicker of Immeasurable Moments Photography
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Crib - Carter's Lifetime Convertible Crib

Crib Sheet - Grass Trellis by Serena and Lily

Bed Skirt - DIY using Blake's crib skirt and adding ribbon from Hancock Fabrics as a border ($6 total)

Pennant Banner - DIY using ribbon, Serena and Lily fabric samples, and fabric form Hancock Fabrics ($4 total)

Striped Accent Wall - DIY using particle board from Lowe's cut to size ($5) covered with a Blue Rugby Stripe shower curtain from Target ($15)

Letters above Crib - Etsy seller going gaga, painted Serena and Lily's Grass Green, sample size ($6)

Brothers print - Etsy seller Nella Designs

Jesus Loves Me Print - DIY using Microsoft Publisher

Airplane - Walmart craft section ($1), hand painted

White frames - Michael's

Chevron baskets - Target

Birth announcement - Shutterfly

Paint - Benjamin Moore Silver Fox

Total Cost (not including items I reused from Blake's nursery such as the crib and rocker) - $167

1 comment:

  1. I love this nursery... Simple yet perfect. I am going to make the striped "accent wall"/plywood this weekend & I'm wondering the best way to attach it to the wall. What did y'all use to hang it - wire, hooks? Secondly, what size plywood did you use?
    Lastly, did you attach the shower curtain with a staple gun? Thanks! Great work