Baby's Room

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

So being a designer, friends are naturally wondering what my plans are for TBD's nursery.  I admit, I haven't done much of anything yet, except think about what I might do.  Between not wanting to jinx myself and now renovating our downstairs rec room to be a family room and guest quarters, I haven't really had the time. Now that the renovations are coming to a close though, the guest furniture can move downstairs making room for the nursery.  There are some things we will not be changing in the room.  The tobacco colored walls (also fondly referred to as "baby poop brown"), turquoise drapes, small chinese paintings, and large world map from IKEA will remain.  This is more or less what the room looks like now:
Here are my thoughts on how we will do it up for baby.  I bit of an animal theme, bright colors, clean modern and inexpensive furnishings (in the end baby doesn't appreciate quality and will rough everything up anyway), and a fun stencil on the ceiling for when he's laying in the crib.
Isak ABC Wall Boards, Retro Swedish Poster, Kobe Wall Stencil, Sprout Modern Hanging Art Mobile, IKEA Premiar World Map, IKEA Gulliver Crib, Vulli Sophie Giraffe Teether, Etsy Crip Bedding Set, LL Bean Cottage Stripe Rug, Ferm Living Octopus Cushion, Areaware Pico Orange Penguin Pillow, Ny Rocking Chair, IKEA Expedit Bookshelf, IKEA Nyvoll Dresser, Dwell Studio Elephant Picture Frame,


  1. Love it! Great way to use work you've already done and items you already own! Also love that I can read blogs on my phone now!

  2. I like it overall, especially the sepia penguin. I recommend that you put a back on that cube shelf unit or toys will fall behind & down to other shelves & blah blah, etc.. Oh and you forgot to pick out a diaper pail. :)P

  3. I love it, especially the posters and the mobile. And, it's a boy?!?

  4. So cute! Love the ideas you have here :) Thanks for sharing with me!