Well, it's almost done. We still need to hang a few things on the wall, but I want to take pictures of her and we'll have a few family photos to frame once our professional newborn photos are done - so we are waiting on that stuff. For now, it's looking pretty cute.
When you enter the nursery, I added some hooks on the wall for our diaper bags and her little coats. Above the hooks will be a collage of framed family photos once she decided to make her entrance :)
On the next wall to the right, we have our changing table/dresser and the painting that my girlfriends gave us at our baby shower. (I accidently deleted the photo of our dresser, so I'll fix that tomorrow)
Next, on the right, we have our crib and her name decal. We decided not to hang letters above her crib because we wanted to do something a little different. It was Jeff's idea to make it more "kid friendly" with the tree limbs and animal decals.
(Again, I need to take pic of the crib)
Moving right along, we have the closet that we DIY'd with some fun chalkboard paint and opened up to keep us accountable for clutter and messes. Right now, it holds our swing and bouncy seat, that will more than likely move into the living room. And don't forget the fun pendant light!
Next to the closet and below the massive window is a daybed. We put to box springs together and topped them with a twin mattress. I sewed a bed skirt (seen above) to match the closet, and also made some matching pillows from leftover fabric. This is for guests who stay with us, or even for Momma after a late night feeding :)
(Note to self - get a new lampshade!)
Kenley also received a sweet framed invitation from her baby shower - it matched the room perfectly, and we added a little birdie decal for fun.
For storage, we purchased this shelving unit and lots of straw bins from Ikea. Hopefully this will store tons of goodies for her. And yes, we bought a small flat screen for the nursery. It's for me to watch during 45 minute feedings (since we will have lots of company and nursing in the family room is not an option), and for guests.
So that's the nursery for now! Hopefully once we get some great photos of our little girl, we can update a few things on the walls. Until then, we'll be patiently waiting for her to arrive!