MY HOME TOUR PART 6: THE NURSERY

Perhaps you've been following my room-by-room house tour this past couple of weeks that I'm finally at liberty to share with you because the entire project was recently published on Domaine Home!  (Designers like to keep their projects under wraps hoping for the possibility that they'll be published, because publishers generally want original content that hasn't been seen before.)

My house tour wouldn't be complete without my son's nursery which was probably my biggest labor of love in the entire place.  So although this room is one that I've shared with you before (when it was originally written up by Apartment Therapy),  I've never done a post with all the photos and sources linked in one place, so just bear with me a sec while we re-visit it for those who are new to the blog :)

I've written up quite a few tutorials for all the many DIY projects I did in this space (the swivel rocking chair, the crib bedding, the elephant mural, the ottoman pouf, the fabric cubby boxes, and on and on.) I will link them all in the sources at the bottom of the post.  Enjoy!















SOURCES
-swivel rocking chair: DIY tutorial 
-globe mobile: Amazon.com
-ottoman pouf: DIY tutorial
-ticking stripe crib bedding: DIY tutorial
-fabric-covered cubby boxes: DIY tutorial 
-number and typewriter key fabrics: "Circa 1934" by Cosmo Cricket
-decoupage alphabet kleenex box: DIY tutorial
-re-furbished dresser/changing table: thrifted and re-painted dresser with a DIY wood topper
-navy and white labeled storage boxes: Ikea
-sofa: custom Rosa Beltran design
-elephant wall mural: DIY tutorial
-rug: Overstock.com
-window seat: Ikea Hemnes tv stand w/ legs sawn off and custom bench cushion
-all pillows: custom
-carved wood sailboat stool: Home Goods
-sheepskin: Ikea
-nautical ceiling light: Ikea with a DIY twist
-anchor art on door: Natural Curiosities
-hot air balloon decals: DIY (blew up stock photos and had printed on adhesive paper)
-red floor lamp: Ikea
-monogrammed pillow: DIY (cut felt letters and glued to pillow cover)
-"baby" letters on door: vintage from the Ferry Building in San Francisco
-brass porthole mirror: Ebay
-rocking horse: baby shower gift
-various wall prints: thrifted/vintage
-red toy trunk: thrifted/vintage
-burlap side table: Home Goods
-striped roman shades and pelmet box: DIY (I bought inexpensive roman shades on ebay and overlayed my own fabric on top of them using spray on fabric glue)
 
Awww ... well that was fun for me to spend a little time with that sweet space that we loved and enjoyed so much.  Especially now that he's pretty much outgrown his crib, I'm planning his "big boy" room, and my baby is starting pre-school next week!  How time flies, and what a great reminder to savor these moments together.

I hope you have a majorly fun and relaxing holiday weekend.  I'll be in San Francisco and Carmel for a couple of days with my honey ... hooray!  Keep your eye out for Friday's "Year of Change" Designer Challenge reveal :)









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