Little's Life

Little's Life

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

The Nursery

IT'S DONE, IT'S DONE, IT'S DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ok, I did it all by myself with the exception of putting the crib and changing table together (Sam helped me do that but not the dresser, that was all me) so be kind if you hate it. I designed it and painted it all on my own - even painted the things on the shelves since I couldn't find any frames or blocks in the right colors. Every detail of the room has been thought out and created to match if I could not find what I wanted in a store. For those of you who have been in my house before, that's the sage green recliner we've had for a few years, I just slipcovered it so it would match. So anyway, here it is!

The only picture I have from "before" is of the color scheme Gran and I first painted the guest room. Before:

And here's a 360 degree tour of the room with some close-ups in "after" mode (and if you want to see it even larger, just click on a picture):

Kitty has already decided the changing mat is really just her new bed. That'll change REAL quick once Tot poops on it.

I love it! Like walk in the room and see it all and squeal and clap my hands, love it.

I still have some little things to do (like stick the Diaper Genie in the corner next to the changing table - didn't want it in the picture - and I still have to put pictures in the frames) and the closet is pretty bare (he's not going to be here for 3ish more months, Lord willing) and I'm sure I'll tweak it here and there, but YAY!


  1. OH MY GOSH!!!!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE IT!!!!! PLEASE COME DO NATHANS ROOM!!!!! You did an amazing job Katherine!!! You need to upload the pictures to Rate my space!!!!!

    I love how you spelled out his name in the circles!!!!

    Seriously my mouth dropped open as soon as I saw the first picture. Really, you did a wonderful job!! Andrew will love growing up in that room!!

  2. It is pretty wonderful. Great job! Never knew you had the decorator talent...guess we didn't have anything to decorate in high school though, huh? Very impressive.