I cannot believe we’re having a little girl… I have three brothers; Mr. Pax has one. Between the two of us, we have 9 male cousins and only 2 female. In my children’s generation, there are 8 boys and only 1 girl. Needless to say, we never really thought we’d have a girl… But here we are. And. so. excited.
I admit, the obsessive-compulsive side of me is so much more “ready” feeling now that the nursery is done. I know that babies don’t need much more than mommy and diapers, but it sure does feel good to have a tranquil, inviting space ready for her.
I’ve already shared the chippy white clock, the textured painted mirror, and the gray dresser. Feel free to visit those tutorials if you have any questions. Rather than narrate the full tour, I’ll leave you with a ton of photos (sorry in advance) and a source list at the bottom. Any questions? Just scroll down.
wall color: Agreeable Gray by SW
rug: This Rug from Overstock
curtains: DIY Ruffled Curtains
crib: DIY Restoration Hardware Inspired Crib
crib skirt: DIY from drop cloth
dark gray wall clock: Purchased April 2014 from Antique Farmhouse
birdcage: Hobby Lobby sometime 2013
white wall clock: Wedding gift 10 years ago; makeover tutorial here
Psalm 139 frame: Shower gift from a sweet friend of mine; she used her Silhouette machine and paint
gray and pink bins below Psalm 139: HomeGoods spring 2014
dresser: family antique; makeover tutorial here
burlap wreath: Another shower gift from my sweet and talented friend
brass lamp: Belonged to my grandfather
changing pad cover: Circo from Target this year
green side table: Originally a plant stand; makeover tutorial here
diaper caddy: Babies R Us 2010
gray “antique” frame: Originally black from Hobby Lobby 2012; makeover tutorial here
white metal scroll mirror: Originally black from Hobby Lobby 2002; makeover tutorial here
Shakespearean vinyl quote: This decal from Belvedere Designs
chaise: Belonged to my grandmother; more on that story here
throw pillows: Gurli (one gray, one white) from Ikea
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