Monday, January 27, 2014

Baby P's "It's a Small World" Nursery

While the nursery isn't 100% completed, I just couldn't wait any longer to share!  It's mostly done, just a few small decorating things left to do, which I'll share when we get around to them (hopefully soon!)

For now, I'll let the photos do most of the talking, with a source list at the bottom of the post.

Welcome to Baby P's It's a Small World Nursery!

(granted, one of the things I have left to do will really drive the Small World theme home, but it's definitely a post of its own, so I'll share that when I get it finished)



I love those little sequined boots so much that they make several appearances.  They're so adorable I can hardly stand it!






I know I like to see inside people's drawers (the furniture kind, not the underwear kind - get your mind out of the gutter!), so here's a little peek at what's in Baby P's.


Onesie sleepers, diapers/wipes, toiletry items, and hair bows in the top drawer.


Burp cloths, more diapers, and her newborn and 0-3 month casual clothes in the middle drawer (nicer outfits are hanging in her closet).


Blankets and diaper genie refills in the bottom drawer.





Does anyone else have a terrible time finding curtains?  They're usually too short or way too long, and mostly boring and very grown-up... not too fun for a kid's room.  I knew very early on that I'd have to make them to get exactly what I want, so I found this fabric (Robert Kaufman "Felicity") and took a few hours to sew big rectangles.  That's all curtains are - there's really not an easier beginning sewing project!  I also knew that these would need to be lined to block out the sunlight that comes blaring in this room in the morning, so I picked up some white flannel at Hobby Lobby and sewed two more rectangles.  I didn't even have to worry about a rod pocket because there's this awesome invention called the clip ring!  I just clipped the lining fabric and the pretty fabric together (they're not even attached - talk about easy!), and hung them up.  I'm pretty much in love.


A peek at her wardrobe.  This kid should be well-dressed!




Steven's favorite thing in the whole nursery - the 4moms Mamaroo!  I have to say, it is pretty awesome.




Tutorial on the crib skirt to come!




Canopy = Outside of an embroidery hoop + tulle curtains + fishing line + eye hook.  Easy peasy.


So that's it!  Our little girl's nursery.  I'll do a separate post with some befores and little projects we did along the way.  Now if she would get here already!

Sources:
Paint color:  Pittsburgh Paints "Aqua Chiffon"
Garden stool:  HomeGoods
Lamp:  IKEA
Pink ruffly trim on lamp:  Hobby Lobby
SLP blocks:  Gift from a friend
Crystal figurines:  Princess House (gift from my aunt)
Ottoman:  Land of Nod
Curtains:  Made by me; fabric:  Bren Talavera Felicity in Garden for Robert Kaufman
Dresser:  IKEA
Dresser knobs:  Hobby Lobby
Shelving unit:  IKEA Expedit
Small World Book and Dolls:  Disney Store
Clock:  JCPenney
4moms mamaroo:  Babies R Us
Boppy Cover:  Pottery Barn Kids
Tulle curtains:  IKEA
Chandelier:  IKEA Kristaller

Linking to It's Overflowing.

6 comments:

CZ and Monique said...

This is fantastic! I came across your pics from baby community center. I'm looking for a turquoise to add to my boy's nursery.
Can you tell me what paint color and name brand you used? I didn't see it in yor source list but maybe I missed it? Thanks!!

Jenna Pennell said...

I just noticed that I forgot to list the paint color - whoops! It's in the source list now, but for your reference, it's Pittsburgh Paints "Aqua Chiffon". It photographs REALLY bright. It's not quite that bright in person, but it is a nice, saturated turquoise color. Hope this helps!

Jenn said...

I love that light fixture so much! Super cute room!

Cassandra Louise said...

Oh! This is so lovely! I've worked as a nanny and seen many nurseries. This one is a gem! I'm now following so I won't miss out on the finished product. :-)

the Sweetest Memory said...

Beautiful colors, my two favorite color combinations for a girls room! Beautiful job, what a happy room. Kari

Michelle @ Ten June said...

It's beautiful! Love the changing table area and, of course, those sweet little dolls. And those silver boots rock! Can Little Lady June borrow them? : )

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