Welcome back for Part II of our lil’ nursery playroom renovation!
Sweet baby James is so excited to see you!
I made James’ crib skirt is made out of a vintage table runner. The bumper was whipped together in 24 hours out of the only fabric I had on hand at the time because he was getting his arms and legs caught in the crib rails during nap time.
This waterfall chandelier, which served as a design starting point in the space, was a vintage find via Ebay. It came from an estate sale in California. I know what you are thinking- it pairs beautifully with the popcorn ceiling. 😉 My renovation motto is “one step at a time.”
Every children’s space needs a chalkboard wall! A nice contrast to a fancy-pants chandelier. I love contrast!
Pages from a 1950s storybook hung by clothes pins and twine.
The boys’ Grammy knitted this little lamb piece, which is a sweet and unique bit of art.
Old style doorknobs ( which are actually brand new) from Lowes!
A child’s grand piano, inherited from their great-aunt.
This space is definitely a work in progress, but it is so much fun.
For more inspiration for children’s spaces, browse through nearly 600 images in my children-inspired Pinterest board.
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