The before (I took these pictures during the house inspection)
The shelf- we painted it, added glass knobs, and added some of my music boxes from when I was a child (I think I have about 20 total). If it's a girl, the outfit will be switched out for a smocked dress.
The wall with the window faces the front of the house. The empty spot under the shelf will be where the glider will sit. It's a white Dutalier that is coming.
The top of the dresser will become the changing station. We got the dresser and side table on craigslist for $45. They are solid wood with dovetail dressers- so sturdy and solid. They were just a hideous green when we got them, but painting them white made all the difference. We do have pulls on them now- they're silver. You can see in this pic that we painted all the trim, the closet doors, the molding around the window. It took a long time, but it is totally worth it. It would not have looked even close to as good if it were still the natural wood color!! We're leaving the wood trim in most of the house, but I love the white in here!
The incredible lattice wall. B worked SO hard on it. It truly took a lot of math and a ton of pencil lines (all which then had to be erased!). As you know from my previous post, I shamelessly stole the wall idea from one of the writers over at Project Nursery (and I'm so glad we did. I LOVE IT!). The rocking horse was mine and my brother's as children.
The sheets and quilt for the crib. The sheets are from PB Kids and the quilt is from Zara Home. We picked it up in Spain hoping it wouldn't jinx us!!
The wall reflected in the mirror that is hanging over the dresser. The mirror will probably get a big pink ribbon over top of it if Puddin ends up being a girl.
Another shot of the crib. The empty blue wall is going to get a white frame and we are going to have a piece of heavy white cotten monogrammed with Puddin's initials and then go into the frame. The initials will be scrolly pink if it's a girl and block navy if it's a boy. I had originally thought red for the boy, but B thinks navy will look great without taking away from the wall.
The chandelier with the light off. A great Home Depot purchase!!
Hope you enjoyed the tour! I can't wait til the guests come for the shower at the end of the month and they get to see it as well. It's by far the most "done" room in our new house, and we're both so happy with the results.