We recently completed our oldest’s big girl room, and are now beginning to work on our baby’s nursery. The baby will be occupying what is now my daughter’s former nursery. I have so many ideas floating around, but I certainly want to keep the farmhouse theme. Of course, we don’t know the gender yet, so I can’t do too much planning. We find out the gender in 4 weeks, and then I can plan all I want.
Here is a list of some of my favorite nurseries that I am currently crushing on. These are, of course, in no particular order.
assignment of the contract 1. Beadboard or board and batten in nurseries
http://www.suannmotorandpump.com.au/best-way-to-start-a-essay/ This is something I definitely want. I haven’t decided exactly which type of molding I want yet, but I do know if will be one of these. I love the board and batten, wall sconces and art work in this picture.
2. Patchwork/handmade quilts
I absolutely love patchwork quilts. I bought a PB Kids nursery set for my daughter’s nursery four years ago, but I’m wanting something a little more original and traditional this time around. I have found many gorgeous handmade quilts on Etsy that will look cute in a nursery, but be appropriate for a toddler room, as well.
3. Vintage artwork
What is a room in my house withOUT vintage artwork? Nonexistant. I love the idea of vintage botanical prints or maybe even planes or trains for a little boy.
4. A really comfy, cushy chair with an ottoman
I didn’t have room in Emorie’s nursery at the old house to put a chair. A chair is going to make those late night feedings so much easier. Bonus points if the ottoman has storage space. Here are a few I like:
I can’t wait to show off the actual nursery- we’re hoping to have it done by September, October at the absolute latest.