After having four boys she sure is a special (and spoiled!) little girl.
A few months ago we kicked two of her brothers out of their room (to see the before click here) so she could have her very own nursery. If you follow me at all on Instagram (@_theaquahouse) then you've seen pictures of her nursery as we've worked on it. I'm here today to show you the whole nursery and I'm pretty excited with how it turned out. It even made the perfect backdrop for her newborn pictures!
When I found out we were finally getting our baby girl, I knew that I didn't want an all pink nursery. I wanted something with a vintage-glam vibe that would hopefully grow with her. When I started painting her room my favorite paint color (Almost Aqua by Glidden) my husband joked with me that I'd finally gotten a girl but I was painting her room blue. However, I think its the perfect Tiffany Blue to compliment the glam feel.
Some of you may have seen her mobile tutorial featured on Makeit-Loveit (go here to check it out!). I'm still in love with those little butterflies and I think that Kibri likes them too.
This collage turned out better than I expected and even has a vintage picture I found on a local home decor thrift page.
|Frames from Hobby Lobby and Rod Works|
|Pillow and Crib Sheet-Target| |Blanket-Minky Couture| |Crib-IKEA|
My sweet husband worked hard to make this diagonal grid wall and I just love it.
This old hutch was mine when I was a little girl and has so much meaning to me. My grandpa took me to a thrift store and let me pick it out. Then he fixed it up for me and painted it pink. Its in pretty shabby condition now and I'm torn about keeping it shabby or fixing it up.
I made these curtains from fabric found at Jo-Anns and added in some sheers from IKEA.
View from her door.
One of my most favorite places in our house for sure!
Today this little miss is already one month old! I'm hoping she's enjoying her nursery as much as I am!