All I knew I wanted for this room was the theme of Classic Winnie the Pooh. Now in choosing this presented a problem...there really aren't many bedding choices, or decorations that are CLASSIC. So I enlisted the help of my talented friend to help with those, and hunted on ebay for what seemed like days!
The first part of the nursery was cleaning it out, painting the walls, painting the trim and picking furniture. All of that I've already blogged about in this post...Nursery Part 1
Since then I have been focused on the details. When I finished nursing school I painted the trim, changed the hardware (UGLY brass was there before) and found places for all the little nick nack things I'd acquired.
here is the finished product.
|As you walk in|
|The Changing table area|
|The Curtain and Hamper (AJ made the curtain :))|
|View from the window|
|View from the closet|
|This one is on the wall with the big mural|
|This is over the changing pad.|
|painting #1 that is over by the window|
she did pink and blue butterflies since
we don't know what sex the baby is
|This one is over the chair...so cute the baby can|
look at pooh and piglet walking into the sunset from it's crib
|The inspirational quote that I JUST LOVE!!!!|
So the final details were hanging the curtains, hanging the shelves to put the cool decor I had and then just last night hanging the "L" for the babys initials.
|Shelf #1 with the book ends!|
|Shelf #2 with the piggy bank|
|The "L" under the second shelf with the basket of cloth diapers,|
monitor and nightlight :)
all in all I have to say I'm quite proud of this little nursery! It's the ONLY room in my house that I can actually say is completely decorated...hopefully in the near future that will change. But I'm happy with how all the details turned out especially the white trim, it looks so much better than the cheap wood we had before! My goal is to have the whole house done by this time next year...we'll see.