Friday, March 27, 2015

Ben's Vintage Inspired Nursery

Photos of Ben's nursery are here! I'll provide more detailed info on our DIYs in the room in a later post. Today, we'll just share the vintage goodness!


Vintage Rocking horse, a gift from Ben's Great Aunt Wendy sits in front of his Jenny Lind crib.


This giraffe used to hang in my childhood bedroom.


My dad made this zen garden for me a few years back. It sits on his side table.

A view of one side of the room.
The chair is missing from the room right now, as it sits in our bedroom for now.
The bookshelf was a DIY which we will share later in the details post!


Plenty of room for more books!


I used scrap fabric from the baby showers to tie back these Ikea curtains.

This corner of the room turned out perfect. The dresser was a DIY makeover. Can't wait to share this makeover... you won't believe the crazypants "before"!
We used the Billy from Cardboard Safari above the changing table. We'll talk about this DIY with you coming up too!

You may remember this hilarious President Scout print from Uncommon Goods I shared a few months ago.

His mobile was a gift from a dear friend.  It goes perfect in the room, and is something I would have chosen for the nursery myself.


All photo credit in this post goes to the talented Andrea Beltz from AB Photography. She did our newborn photos which we L-O-V-E and snapped a few photos of the nursery for us too! Sharing one of our favorites of little Benjamin below.


Isn't that face the sweetest? Happy Friday!

Oh, p.s. A reminder we have a GIVEAWAY going on right now with Body After Baby! Ends in a few days! Awesome for new moms, expecting moms too...would be a great baby shower gift too! Enter here!

9 comments:

  1. I just love this room, especially the bookshelf! Good job, Adam!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yep, Adam is a keeper. Now what should he build next?

    ReplyDelete
  3. OMG he's sooooo cute!! And I love the rocking horse...it reminds me of the one my dad made when we were little...they still have it!

    -andi

    ReplyDelete
  4. This room is so stinking cute! It's perfect for that ridiculously cute kid of yours!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thanks andi! It was a neat gift and looks darling in his room.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thanks Michelle, can't wait to see your nursery! :)

    ReplyDelete
  7. So many fun little details for your adorable baby! Great job!

    ReplyDelete

We love to hear from our readers! Please comment and tell us what you think!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Web Analytics