We announced in January that we're expecting a new addition to our family! I hinted at the fact that we wanted to keep the décor in the nursery very gender neutral with gray, khaki, black, white and wood.
Since then we've found out that we're having a little boy! Be still my heart. I just can't wait to hold that little man in my arms!
We got the nursery painted and decided that the lovely vintage dresser I had thrifted for our space at Unlisted would instead become the baby's dresser and changing table. My mom graciously took it home and painted it white and the handles black.
During a fun day trip up to the Vintage Whites Market in Loveland this winter, I found the most adorable old alphabet print. We got that framed and hung right away. It set the tone for the whole room!
This is just one shot of how everything is coming together!
We've got the gorgeous crib put together and other parts of the rooms are starting to take shape as well.
I'm doing everything I can not to run out and buy the crib mattress, but my grandma has already informed me that I am to wait until my shower to buy anything more! I listen when my grandma tells me these things! :)
Happy March to all of you!
Wall paint: Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray
Baseboards: Home Depot
Baseboard Paint: Sherwin Williams Extra White
Dresser Paint: Rustoleum Heirloom White Spray Paint
Pouf: West Elm
Alphabet Print: Found at the French Corner booth
Frame: Hobby Lobby
Teddy: My own childhood teddy bear
Drapes: IKEA Ritva (hemmed by mom)
Drapery Rods: Bed, Bath and Beyond