Puddle-duck . . . “
O ne of the hardest parts of our recent move was leaving behind Wynn’s nursery. I spent so much time putting it together and then we moved before he ever had the chance to grow big enough to play in it. I was sort of burned out and disenchanted with the whole nursery concept after the move. I knew we weren’t going to be in this rental house for very long and I felt “heart tired” at the idea of putting together another nursery that we would soon be taking down and leaving behind. After I had time to emotionally and physically recover from the move I realized that I still wanted a special nursery space-not just a room with a crib and stacks of clothes sitting around- and that this rental would just not feel like home until Wynn’s room was a special space just for him.
I am still working on a few things and will do a full room reveal once those loose ends are wrapped up, but here is a look at what I have been working on- all renter friendly options for decorating a child’s bedroom or nursery.
As a recap, here is the crib bedding I made for him:
It is still a work in progress but is turning into one-of-a-kind wallpaper. Total cost= $0.
Truth be told, I love the page numbers too.
Did I mention that Wynn’s new room has the only original crystal door knob in the whole house? Perfect.
More nursery details and a full room shot to come soon.
Thanks for stopping by for a peak at what I have been up to . . .