Monday, May 26, 2014

The nursery: ready for its reveal

Even though the baby hasn't officially made his debut yet (today is actually his due date!),
 his room is ready for its debut.

It was such a fun nursery to put together and I'm slightly sad that there aren't really anymore projects left to do in here (except to hang this light fixture).

At the end of this post, you'll find a source list of where everything came from.



























crib: Restoration Hardware (no longer available but similar here)
whale tapestry: Etsy
white night stands: garage sale
small whale on night stand: garage sale
clock on night stand: DIY project you can read about here
rope lamps: Target
window treatments: custom made that you can read about here
rocker: an Ikea chair turned swivel rocker project that you can read about here
metal and white tin next to rocker: Home Goods
book shelves: DIY project you can read about here
metal hamper on wheels: Home Goods
changing table: DIY project you can read about here
frames: garage sale
alphabet art in frame: made by my sister (thanks Jamie!)
heart art in frame: DIY project you can read about here
white table and chairs: up-cycling project you can read about here
small wicker chair: second hand consignment shop find (just 4 bucks!)
nightlight: DIY project by my mom


Happy Memorial Day!
- Caitlin

24 comments:

  1. Caitlin, pure gorgeous! Can't wait to meet your newest DIY project.
    Denise

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  2. Charlie! I love it! Is he named after anyone? The room is GORGEOUS, Caitlin! Great job!!

    Sarah

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    1. Thanks so much! And nope we just love the name :)

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  3. Hey! My sister's best friend Erin Hamilton just sent me the link to your site and I must say I am smitten! After reading your last few posts I am loving your style. Would love to feature your gorgeous nursery and the baby's bathroom on my blog for a room tour! Too good not to share :)

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    1. Wow thanks so much Julia! I would be flattered to be featured!! Made my day :)

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  4. christine balinaMay 27, 2014 at 7:07 AM

    Caitlin it is beautiful!!! Can't wait for little Charlie to arrive. He is one lucky little guy!!!

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    1. Thank you and thank you for including it in your Saturday 6!

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  6. Found you over on Julia's blog! I have to say I just love your style. This room is so clean and refreshing, I love the color palette you used!!


    Xo,L
    simplylowcountry.com

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    1. Glad you found my blog and so happy you like it! Was so excited to be featured :)

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  7. Wow - it's gorgeous. I'm so impressed by all the great projects you tackled yourself! Love the bookshelves. Is the RH ottoman pouf the small or the large? I'm considering picking one up and was going to get the large but the scale of whichever you chose looks right. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks Melissa! The ottoman pouf was a gift but I'm fairly certain it is the large, not the small. It is measuring about 30 inches wide like the website dimensions say but doesn't seem to be 17 inches tall but that might be because it has flattened out a bit since it came in the mail. Hope this helps!

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  8. This entire nursery is so freakin' adorable! So funny, my baby was due on Saturday (still pregnant right now, hurry up!). I love all the nautical touches, the crib, the toy basket on wheels, everything! My only question is, what paint color are the walls? I painted our nursery Grey Owl by BM, but i'm still obsessed with finding out other subtle grey paints :)

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    1. Thanks so much! I love Grey Owl and used it in our last place in our sun room. This color is probably even more subtle than that. It's called Silver Dust by Behr. I was almost afraid it looked white when we first started painting with it but once we made all the woodwork really crisp and white, the color stood out more. Hope this helps and good luck with your baby!!

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  9. i love this little nautical room, with its subtle and calming colour palette. I came across it on project nursery and the whale print immediately caught my eye- I designed a scandinavian/ nautical room for apartment therapy with this same print. lovely design!
    http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/kids-style-board-beyond-the-north-sea-198966

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    1. Thank you and I just checked out your apartment therapy design! I love what you put together especially with the sea foam green accent colors!

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  10. This nursery is one of my favorites ever.....so soft and neutral.....you did a fabulous job!!

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    1. Thank you so much! Soft and neutral is 100% the look I was going for. I'm really am so flattered by all of your compliments!

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  11. Absolutely Beautiful! Can I ask where you got that boppy cover??

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  12. I love your nursery! Where did you get the wooden hanger for the whale tapestry? I've been looking everywhere for something similar. I hope you haven't already answered this and I missed it.

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    1. Thank you! The tapestry came with the wooden hanger. The etsy shop where I bought it from can be found in the post. :)

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I appreciate all of your comments! If you have a question, I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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