Nursery Reveal

It may be chilly outside here in Charleston; but in my mind, I’m some where on the beach. Noël‘s coastal nursery is finally finished! We began right before Thanksgiving when my husband painted the walls, and my parents came over last night to add a final DIY detail. Without further delay, here’s the nursery! 🙂

 

 

The crib and changing table are hand-me-downs from my oldest son. They will have been in each one of my children’s nurseries. Everything else is new. Below is info on where you can find some of the items.

 

Nightstands (DIY): IKEA

Draperies (2 pairs): IKEA

Rod: IKEA

Brackets: IKEA

Finials: IKEA

Ceiling Light: IKEA

Bedding: Target

Changing Pad Cover: Target

Plaque: Hobby Lobby

Banner: Hobby Lobby

Mirror: Kirkland’s

Oar: Kirkland’s

Anchor Wall Decal (30 x 48 in white): Amazon

Rocking Chair (rockers painted): Amazon

Here are some clearance items I found for the nursery.

Table Lamps: Target Clearance

Lanterns: Target Clearance

 3′ Grey Jute Rug: World Market Clearance

And for one more DIY project, Mom crocheted  a rope to add as trim between the painted walls and ceiling. Dad nailed it up last night. 🙂

For more DIYs, go here.

For burlap accent wall, go here.

For info on paint color, go here.

Noël‘s nursery is complete! Now we’re just waiting for him to make his grand appearance, which should be any day now. We transformed another empty room in our home without spending too much money. You’d be surprised what you can find online and in stores you frequently shop and/or see daily! If you’re in the Charleston area, and need some help with your nursery or another space in your home, I may be able to help. 🙂

Simple Nursery DIYs

The nursery is near completion! Along the way, the walls have been painted and my mother helped me install a burlap accent wall. I’ve also completed some simple, inexpensive, solo DIY projects to add some personal touches to the space. The first was painting the RAST 3 drawer chests from IKEA that we’re using as nightstands. They were a good price and made of untreated solid wood, which made painting them simple, too.

 

I had some quarts of Clark + Kensington Anchors Away 5062 that were free from a promotion at Ace Hardware (it’s also the same color on the family room‘s accent wall in our old home).

For the knobs, I used a metallic gold spray paint.

And here’s the final result…

Another piece that got a paint makeover was a sign that my husband found on clearance at Ross when we first moved to Charleston in January. After having our daughter, my husband and I had faith that we would have another son and we had fallen in love with the name Noël. It was almost a sign that my husband found this sign in a store. 🙂

After painting this sign, I used a little more metallic gold spray paint to transform some lanterns I found in Target’s One Spot.

And my final DIY project was making some shell balls. They’re made from foam ornaments found at Walmart for 2/$.96, decorative shells from Dollar Tree, and some hot glue. After a couple hours and some hot glue burns, I ended up with some nice custom shell accessories.

DIYs don’t have to be difficult or expensive, these only took a little paint and some materials from places you probably shop frequently. There are just a few more things to do until the nursery is complete. I would love for you to come back and check out the final reveal!