I shared a wall treatment I created with a large world map. That wall is in our nursery – the bedroom I spend the most time in next to my own.
I had the idea for the world map and created it long before other elements started to take shape. I thought I would be able to get the whole thing put together before our baby arrived. I was wrong. In fact, after Cannon arrived I didn’t touch the room for months, such is the life of a new mom.
But piece by piece it came together and it might be the only room I consider “done” in the house. And it’s for a baby who couldn’t care less. But like I said, I spend a lot of time in their and I quite enjoy it.
My mother-in-law made the quilt just as she has for each of our children. It uses some of the same fabrics that were ironed to the wall.
This bookshelf was my very first wood project just 5 years ago. It was the project that gave me confidence and made me fall in love with the process. It’s been in Hunter’s room, Bennett’s room and now resides with Cannon. It’s still one of my favorite creations.
Source List: (many of these items we’ve had since Hallie was a baby – when I worked at Pottery Barn Kids and received an unreal discount.)
Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Cumulus Cloud
Crib: Pottery Barn Kids
Chair: La-z-boy Outlet
Dresser: DownEast Home
Curtains: Made with fabric from TonicLiving.com
Rug: Rugs USA
Lamp: TJ Maxx
A-Z Bookends: Pottery Barn Kids
Plane: Pottery Barn Kids (the same plane that hung in Hunter’s nursery in his vintage planes room – now with a new coat of paint!)
Wire Globe and orbs: Pottery Barn Kids/West Elm
Snow Leopard Bean Bag: DownEast Home
Navy Honeycomb blanket: TJ Maxx