Saturday, June 14, 2014


Charlie's nursery is finally complete! Wouldn't you want to sleep here?

When we made this Carter's nursery, we turned the closet into a changing station. It's a very small room (8'x8') and we needed to utilize every inch of space. It worked out better than we could have imagined.

Christopher and Carter made helped make this artwork for Charlie's wall with their thumbprints.

These were $3 spice racks from Ikea that we painted pink and turned into bookshelves.

I used my Cricut machine to add a little personalization to Charlie's room.

Just as we did for the boys, we added Charlie's ultrasound picture to her shelf. The dolls are mine from when I was a little girl. The doll on the right was handed down to me from my great-aunt.

Instead of a mobile, we opted for colorful bunting (sewn by Gaga).

Under Charlie's changing table is ample room for clothing and storage.

Brian made bookshelves for easy access items while changing diapers.

I took Christopher's old bedside table (that has been in the basement) and gave it a fresh coat of paint using Cover Stain. I also added a little bling for Miss Charlie.

This was both Christopher and Carter's crib. I thought about painting it as well but I thought the stain broke up the colors in the room.

We purchased these letters on Etsy for only a few bucks each. I gave them the same high-gloss paint color as the side table.

No comments:

Post a Comment