Isla is already 5 months old and I’m working on finalizing her nursery. It’s almost complete except for hanging some art and putting some finishing touches on the shelves. I thought it would be fun to go ahead and share the mood board I created before we get final pictures of the space!
Curtains // Armoire // Changing Table // Crib Skirt // Crib Blanket // Crib Sheet // Rocker // Lamp // Tree // Changing Basket // Diaper Caddy // Blanket // Print // Print Set // Crib // Baskets // Hangers // Hide // Rug
We turned my office into Isla’s nursery and I kept the existing hide and rug. The only downside to it being my office was that there was no closet. I found an armoire and outfitted it with hangers and baskets to keep her clothes, burp cloths, swaddles, and bedding organized! I looked high and low for a more affordable option in this same style and shade of wood and came up empty-handed. I do love this piece and think we can use it for years to come. The shelves move around and it’s already set up to be a media console if needed!
We are in the process of getting motorized blackout shades installed but in the interim, I ordered curtains from Loom & Decor. And let me tell you it has been a PROCESS. Right now I cannot say that I recommend it because for some reason I still cannot get the process right. I finally got the correct width and they are 2″ too long. They are beautiful and I love the rods I ordered though. I think the key is to not try to fit curtains onto existing rods.
As far as furniture is concerned, I found this changing table that I love because it will be a bookshelf once she outgrows the changing table. A small rocker was a must for the tight space and this one with storage is amazing. The quality is so good and the price is unbeatable! For a crib, I landed on an antique-inspired metal crib and complimented it with neutral bedding.
Stay tuned for the full reveal!! If you want a peek at the last nursery I did, you can find that here!