4/24/11

Nursery In Progress No Longer!

And we're done!  I'm SO happy with how the nursery turned out!  I used some vintage floral sheets I had for inspiration.  If you're looking for a way to decorate while keeping costs down, this is a great way to do it!  About 6 yards of fabric for $2-4.  You can't beat that!


I made the curtain swag above the crib and hung it with some knobs found at Hobby Lobby.  Curtain swag, name bunting, ruffled curtain, lovey blanket, crib sheets and crib skirt (inspiration) all were made using vintage floral sheets.


Most of the stuff on the walls I painted/distressed.  The little rocking chair is one I had as a wee one, with a new coat of paint.


The quilt on the back of the glider was my baby quilt, made by my grandmother.


I need to fill the frames with pics!  I painted the "E".  Doll, bunny and piggy bank were mine.


That dress is what we'll bring the baby home in!

Check out the parties I'm linking up to HERE!

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15 comments:

Jamie said...

Very sweet!!! What a lucky little girl.

The Thomans said...

LOVE it.

Gillian said...

So cute, where does my blanket go in your utterly amazing nursery?

jbarbeauld said...

So cute!

andiejaye said...

this is sooo darling! setting up the nursery for my son was so fun! i love what you have done. it's a very personalized look instead of being all matchy-matchy!

LrSchwtz said...

This is such a beautiful nursery! Great job. Please stop by www.laughloveandcraft.com and link up to my Share the Wealth Wednesday Link Party!

Sooz said...

it's just stunning! Congrats to you.. I am also due in May, on the 23rd to be exact, with my first child.. We are havig a boy.

Sherri said...

The nursery looks great, Jess! I teared up a little when I saw the pic with your baby quilt. So special...

Prudently Painted Vintage said...

Very cute! Love how you decorated the shelves. I also like how you used some of your baby things in her room. How sweet!

Elaine said...

Very cute, I love all the things that were yours used throughout. Love the name banner as well. Great job.

Vivienne @ the V Spot said...

What a precious nursery! I love that you have a quilt from your grandmother in there too. Congratulations!

very merry vintage style said...

What a beautiful nursery! Love that bunting--and the pink flowers on the shelves. Thanks so much for linking to STL Wednesday!
Mary

Maxine said...

I love what you have done with this nursery! you should post it on HGTV's Rate My Space. you have really made the room feel warm and inviting and it's all unique to your style and taste, I love it!! Check out my 1 year old baby Girls Birthday party on my blog www.happilyeverafterhome.blogspot.com

April said...

This is so adorable! I love so many of your ideas-the pendant banners, the rose balls, the diy art.

Smallgood said...

Beautiful nursery and beautiful name.

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