The Nursery: Unveiled

You asked, and I respond. Nursery photos!

Sprout's nursery 1

As seen from the bedroom door. The two walls aren't actually different colors; the color in the corner is more accurate than the color on the near wall. Ah, cameras.

Sprout's nursery 2

The wall the door is on.

Things are getting a bit more organized every day. (The rocking chair now has a cushion on the seat.) It’s a small space, but I think it will work pretty well.


37 responses to “The Nursery: Unveiled

  1. Absolutely perfect and precious!!!

  2. Small spaces are good; babies don’t need a whole lotta room, at least not at first.


  3. I have to admit, we never once made a nursery for our kids…

    I love that blue.

    • Baby wouldn’t know the difference anyway!

      But this room was formerly full of yarn and shelving, and painted a horrid carnation pink. The only things we bought were the crib and the etchings on the wall (and paint for the free buffet/changing table and rocker). Point is with a little creativity and resourcefulness you can make something look like a lot of effort went into it πŸ˜€

    • Oh, FWIW, the crib was for all intents and purposes a shower gift, even though we made the purchase ourselves.

    • There seems to be a consensus about the color. πŸ˜€

  4. LOVE the blue – so bright and cheerful! Are you going to get curtains? I suggest you do. We had a dark one in our nursery which helps when we want to sleep in on the weekends and trick him that it’s still dark out. Oh and we have the same crib! I love it. Simple, elegant, and it converts as he gets bigger. Love the progress πŸ™‚

  5. Aw it looks very bright and nice!

  6. oooh! it’s delightful! I love the wall color with the bright white furniture and trim. It’s not overdone, which is great. Lovely. πŸ˜€

  7. It looks perfect for a nursery! It’s so bright and cheerful.

  8. That rocking chair is so pretty painted white, and I LOVE that dresser. So fun!

    • My husband got the rocking chair up to snuff; it used to live in my grandparents’ farmhouse. The changing table used to have a life as a buffet. πŸ™‚

  9. Mom and dad both say “HOW NEAT!!!!!!!!!” Bright and functional with everything close at hand. Cozy and neat. Sprout will be one lucky little boy!

  10. Oh how exciting!!! That has to feel great having it ready!

  11. OH! LOVE the blue. Very happy bold and bright.

  12. gorgeous. love the blue!!

  13. Love the color! And babies really don’t need much room. Gage is just now starting to spend a little bit of time in his and he’s almost 17 months!

  14. I love the nursery! Love that your former yarn cabinet has baby things in it. Small, cozy nurseries are the best. The most important thing is that it’s a happy place for you, because you are going to be spending a lot of time in there. And it looks like a very happy place. So excited for you guys!

  15. Looks just perfect!

  16. Oh Hannah!! It’s absolutely gorgeous! I love the blue with the white furniture. Will you be using the dresser for the change table? That’s what we do and it makes it so easy.

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