Now that sweet thing is almost a year-old and we are about to change the nursery for baby #4, I figured I should take some pictures of her room. I loved working with the Navy walls that we had from Colton's nursery. When I decorated Colton's nursery and I chose the navy walls I knew that if we had a girl in the nursery I would use fuchsia and turquoise with the navy. I spent well under $100 for the update and I am so glad as this nursery will be changed back to a boy nursery in the next couple months (different than Colton's decor because I like change). This room will be 3 styles in 3 years. That is exactly why I do not spend much on my decorating. Even if we didn't keep adding children, I love changing up decorations so I do my best to spend as little money as possible.
Here are more pics from the room and I will break down the few items I purchased or made throughout the post.
The rug is Target clearance, the throw is HomeGoods (one of my favorite places for throws), crib sheet is Target too and fabric for Pelmet box is Ikea.
The canvas with her initials and the framed scripture were both gifts from girlfriends.
The little rabbit was actually from my nursery as a baby and has my birth information on the bottom.
A few of my favorite projects on this shelf were the color blocked antlers and the gold glittery owl. My husband (the hunter) looked at me like I was crazy when I asked for some small antlers and pulled out bright colored paint. The owl was from a friend who was cleaning out a foreclosure home. He gave it to me for Colton's nursery and it was a trivet that was all rusted. Nothing a little gold spray paint couldn't fix. The block is a custom gift from a friend and on different sides it has all of Presley's birth information on it.
The paper mobile was a beast to do. I am not sure if I would do it again. I was at a girlfriends Christmas craft party over a year ago (right before P was born) and she had a huge scrapbook collection. So instead of making a holiday craft, I spent the whole evening punching out circles to sew together. I do loved how it turned out.
I had the mirror and the lamp was a target clearance and I made the shade from a Hobby Lobby shade kit that I added white linen to.
The frames were reused from previous nursery I just added some pics from Presley's newborn session.
Table, lamp, frame and ball are all reused from different rooms. This ball (and the ones of the wall shelves) were actually part of my Christmas decor. The frame with the P was in Payton's room. The table was green and got a fresh coat of spray paint.
The "PS" were in Payton's nursery (you can see below). It worked well to use again for Presley but I wanted to add a little design to them. I got out stencils and paint that I already had and did the P first and did not like how it turned out. So I went to see if I could wipe off the wet paint and ended up liking the paint job so much better when it looked "worn" that I tried to duplicate the look for the S.
Here is the evolution of the room
Payton's room 5 years ago