I borrowed heavily from Pinterest when figuring out how to "build" the nursery. (You can check out my Pinterest boards here for general ideas and here for sewing projects.) And now here's a little tour :)
|This corner has changed already - I put the diaper pail here and moved this adorable cloth bucket over in the other corner by the crib. The bucket was a baby shower gift and it has a bunch of baby toys in it.|
|I made three flannel covers for the changing pad. These were super easy and my favorite project of the room.|
|Here's the "reading nook." I made new pads for the rocking chair and my husband spray painted it white. Rocker was a freebie hand-me-down, book ledges are from Ikea.|
|And here's the other side of the room! Now the toy bucket is in that right corner.|
|My co-worker Debbie MADE this cool art for Bean!|
|Here's a close-up of the third crib sheet - cheery multicolored polka dots.|
|Bean's closet! We used an Ikea shelving unit to make this a (hopefully) more functional space than just the hanging rack and shelf that were there before. Toys can go in those bottom two shelves for easier access when Bean is older.|
|That drawer houses a bunch of (mostly) hand-made blankets for Bean! There's a lot of love in this drawer! This kid will be snug as a bug in a rug :)|
|I thought it'd be a good idea to get a hanging unit for the back of the door. I figure we can put anything from towels to lobster/crab hats there :)|
|And here's my last completed Bean project - some more burp cloths. One of my co-workers made me some, but I figure you can't have too many of these. And I had leftover flannel that was begging to be used...|
Hope you enjoyed the tour!
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