When deciding on a nursery theme for our baby, we had to go neutral because we did not find out if we were having a boy or a girl. I love the way the nursery turned out. Because I found some "dog" printed fabric and "Doggie" was my childhood stuffed animal (seen resting on the bed), the nursery took on a slight "doggie" theme! The colors are bright orange (Tennessee represent), yellow/"old gold" (Iowa represent), and green (Austin-y!) with a neutral gray walls. I feel like it's relaxing yet cheery.
Before - chair rail removed, light blue and dark blue paint. This room served as a nursery for a baby boy for the previous home owners
|changing table and dresser - the dresser is a CraigsList find. I painted it white and added these adorable hand painted knobs found on Etsy. We also have knobs on the closet door, though I didn't get a good picture of them.|
|LOVE these dog butt hooks from IKEA|
|Gift from Auntie Beth - Story People hail from Decorah, Iowa. The lovely quote states "For a long time there were only your footprints & laughter in our dreams & even from such small things, we know we could not wait to love you forever."|
|Grandma Brown adds her loving touch with a quilted piece|
|Crib from IKEA - I know, I know there shouldn't be animals in the crib for risk of SIDS. Elijah doesn't sleep here yet. I made the crib skirt!|