Tuesday

The Nursery

I think I've pretty much revealed the nursery through all the project posts I've done on it but I thought it would be nice to have all the pictures in one place as well as a source list for anyone who's interested.  A huge thank you to the fabulous Amory Anderson (who just so happens to be my sister) for the wonderful photos.  












Sources:

Silver Pedestal Table: Amazon
DIY headboard: Tutorial found here; Fabric: Fabric.com
"E" : Vintage letter found at a yardsale for $5, came off an old building
Frame around "E": thrifted and painted gold
Pouf: TJ Maxx
Curtains: IKEA
Birdcage light: DIY project, tutorial found here
Gold Sequin Pillow: Marshalls
Elephant Pillow: DIY project found here
White Blanket: Crocheted for me as a wedding gift from my grandma
Trundle bed: Craigslist
Gallery Wall: Antique shop & thrifted finds
Gallery wall free prints found here
Zebra Pillow: Marshalls
Brown and white damask pillows: Ross
Black and White stripe pillows: sewn by me from remnant fabric
Brown Quilt: Linens and Things
Yellow Cabinet: DIY seen here
Lamp: Homegoods with Vinyl monogram on lampshade made on Silohuette machine
Crib: given to us second hand by some sweet friends, you can find it here
White shag rug: Marshalls
White Elephant: thrifted and spraypainted white
Acryclic Bookshelves on the side of the cabinet: found here
Glider: Walmart.com
Ruffled Crib Skirt: (you can't see it as much as I would have liked) but Tutorial found here
Yellow crib sheet: Target

Paint Colors:
Wall Color: Behr Collectible
Ceiling Stripes and Cabinet: Martha Stewart yellow magnolia

I think that pretty much covers it, have any more questions?  Ask away!

linking up to Emily Clark's kids' spaces link party.

11 comments:

Sara said...

the crib is amazing!

Dwell by Cheryl said...

I just did a grey and yellow nursery and used the same poof. Don't you just love it! http://www.dwellbycheryl.com/2012/05/nursery-reveal.html

brownbetty said...

Love the whole thing. Just wondering what you thought of the quality of the Walmart glider. Thanks for sharing all your sources. It's so fun to peek into other people's houses :)

Mrs. DeVore said...

Brownbetty, so far I've been very pleased with the glider. I was uncertain how the quality would be especially since I ordered online and couldn't see or feel it. It's very comfortable and so far the cushion has held up very well, no sagging at all. I looked for a long time for an affordable glider that didn't look like a glider and this was the best option I found.

Lovely Little Nest said...

The nursery is beautiful! You definitely have an eye for detail. :)

Marianne & Clayton said...

No source on her sweet outfit!

Mrs. DeVore said...

Her outfit is from Old Navy :)

Marcia V. said...

Such a cute nursery! I've been thinking of stripes for the ceiling in my dining room, but I don't even like to paint the ceiling during normal paint jobs. Good work!!

Bettsi McComb said...

What a gorgeous nursery! You did a beautiful job with it. Now I'm going to check out your pendant light DIY- I've loved that Pinterest image forever too!

Mrs. DeVore said...

It’s really a gorgeous one and loves it
so much. Maybe if I have time I would modify my room too and put a little touch
of design like yours. The choice of things you put in your room is also great.
I can see that you have a talent in designing a room.

Mrs. DeVore said...

Thank you so much!

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