Eventually it will get finished, I know. Even if baby has to sleep in a pack-n-play for a few weeks (not ideal, but we would survive.)
Here is what I am dreaming of for this babe's nursery....
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My style has completely changed in the past six years! What you'll see in this nursery is more of a minimalist, boho-style, rather than traditional. We are selling our white sleigh crib and instead using the very simple IKEA Sniglar crib (in the picture above) which we bought four years ago after second-guessing Cormac's big boy bed after Finola was born. I am glad it will get some additional use!
I can no longer fit my HUGE IKEA white chair + ottoman in the baby space, so we will most likely be seeking other, smaller options for my nursing chair.
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+ Plants! A fiddle leaf fig in a cute basket would be ideal. And various hanging in front of the window in some white macrame hangers.
+ A bold rug! The walls will be white, so I'd love some big personality on the floor.
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Here is what we started out with...
|Baby's room six years ago...a little drab and dark! Um, and a bathroom.|
Since this pic all the bathroom fixtures are gone, and we have painted the walls bright white and installed new wide-plank flooring. Still so much to do, but so exciting to start completely over, with a fresh space.
I'll be sure to post some before + afters when all is complete!