I thought it’d be fun to share a few photos of Mae’s nursery today! I’ve been a little hesitant about sharing her nursery because I don’t considered it finished. It’s always a work in progress and I have a few upcoming projects planned for it. But I figured I may as well post it now and I can share updates as I get to them!
I wouldn’t say that Mae’s room has any theme – I just buy what I like! I love color in children’s rooms and I wanted her room to feel very kid-friendly & playful.
I painted the blue strip behind Mae’s bookshelves to add a bit of color to this wall. It was the easiest project & I love the way it turned out! But I do have a confession, the IKEA frame ledges as book shelves kind of drive my nuts. Mae’s books are always falling off of them. If I could do it again I’d probably try these instead.
The woman in the photograph is my beautiful Grandma Louise. Mae’s middle name is Louise, after her great-grandma.
I think this Dash & Albert throw is a must for every nursery! It’s huge and I’ve spent many nights snuggled up in it with Mae. It’s machine washable, super cozy, & comes in lots of prints.
Did you know that Walmart has the BEST selection of affordable modern cribs? They sure do! We just love ours! The darling pink & yellow quilt was made by one of my childhood friends for Mae. It’s one of my favorite items in her room.
We inherited the midcentury dresser from Ryan’s grandma who was the original owner. The diaper organizer is a kitchen cart from IKEA and works perfectly for this purpose!
All other sources for her room are below. If I forgot anything, please feel free to ask in the comments. I’ll post room updates as I complete them, someday soon I hope! 🙂
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Wildflower Print – The Wheatfield
Rainbow Throw – Dash and Albert