Howdy! I’m 38 weeks this week and thought I’d share the finished nursery. I took a little ‘tour’ with the camera as it’s basically done. I’m sure we’ll add bits and pieces over time and we have some things planned but overall, this is it! 😊
Baby boy’s room is Winnie the Pooh themed. We went with Waterlily by Disney for the wall color. It was only at Walmart but we had Home Depot color match it in the Behr Premium paint. We knew early on we wanted the Hundred Aker Wood map below. We also knew we wanted a dresser that doubled as a changing table do it could withstand more than just the nursery years. We got those extra plastic drawers and diaper caddy to keep all the baby care items in check. And the lamp is indeed a honey pot! A very fun find on eBay. My pooh loving heart was so happy when we got that! Patrick made the shelves that we still will be filling with nicknacks and things. The frame on the ground will get some artwork with baby boy’s birth info after he’s born.
I made the curtains from winnie the pooh material and we updated the thermal shades underneath. The crown molding and baseboards are also new. If you’re planning on putting up crown molding, be prepared to paint your ceiling. We painted the molding a nice Polar Bear white by Behr and after putting it up, our ceiling looked terrible. So off to the store we went for Polar Bear for the ceiling. There’s the honey bee mobile some of you knew I was working on! I was sure to add a music box that turns it because Patrick was adamant the mobile must spin. 😉
The quilt was a handmade gift from our friend Starla. It’s filled with Pooh prints and we love how it complements the room. I made the crib skirt in the yellow honey bee fabric that’s in the quilt. The crib sheets are Burt’s Bees with honey bees as well.
Check out all the books! We were spoiled with books from so many friends and family and I can’t wait to read them all to the little guy! We’d like to eventually build a book manger for them so he can have them at his height for easy access. They’ll stay in that spot, just up off the floor in the little manger/caddy.
The decals were Patrick’s idea and are so much fun. It makes the room feel like you’re in the Hundred Aker Wood.
The last side of the room, our comfy Stork Craft glider and ottoman. The picture on the wall was the very first thing we got for the room. On our trip to Disneyland, we found a shop where an artist will draw characters for you. It was such a sentimental thing and it’s really beautiful.