What a relief, we are finally done with Scarlett’s nursery! There are a few small items we still need to purchase, such as the changing pad and baskets for the closet, but overall it’s finished. Our vision was to make her room feel apart of our home so we didn’t go completely crazy with a theme. However, if I had to describe the nursery, we were going for a clean chic – using grays, whites, and touches of blush pinks with fun patterns throughout. The bedding was the first thing we picked out, which I fell in love with, and it set the stage for the rest of the nursery. We did a lot of the projects on our own which helped cut costs and also made it more personal. We are extremely pleased with how everything turned out and are excited to share!
- Crib: Pottery Barn Kids
- Bedding: Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
- Rug: HomeGoods
- Knit Floor Pouf: Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
- Glider: BabiesRUs
- Ladder: DIY
- Dresser: Antique shop- was originally black with old school knobs, we re-did it. I used wallpaper for the sides of the drawers (spoonflower.com)
- Bookshelves: DIY using pallets
- Headband holder: DIY
- Sign above crib: DIY
- Closet Bins: HomeGoods
- Table/lamp: HomeGoods
- Hamper: HomeGoods
- Frames: HomeGoods, painted gray
- Watercolor Pictures: Etsy- BillyAndScarlet
- Chalkboard: Hobby Lobby
A couple weeks ago Matt and I had dinner with some friends at their new home. It is stunning, they have put so much time and effort into it and it really has paid off. Naturally this inspired me to get back at it with projects for our home. I have been pretty exhausted these last few months, going through first prego trimester, but finally have my energy back. So far, I have been doing little projects here and there for all rooms in the house, I have now decided to pick one room at a time. I chose to do a shelf I spotted awhile ago on Pinterest for our guest bathroom. This past Sunday I felt motivated and was able to check it off the ‘done’ list. Total this project cost me roughly $20!
Step 3: I found this awesome hook at an antique store for $5. I spray painted it and roughed it up a bit.
STEP 5: Stain shelf with desired color. Drill holes on each end and attach rope.
It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted anything. I have been crafting like crazy and it’s about time I share some of the stuff I’ve completed. I don’t know about you, but I absolutely LOVE fall. There is no better place to be than the PNW during Fall season. Leaves start changing, fog rolls in, fireplaces get lit, what’s not to love?! Well.. besides the torrential down pour when it rains. This is our first fall in our new house and I have been trying to get our house ‘fall’ prepped with decor. My latest project has been a ‘FALL’ sign I created with stuff I had around the house. The wood I found in our barn and I had the stain and paint lying around. It was extremely easy and took my no more than an hour! While I’d like to credit myself for this crafty idea, I found something similar on Pinterest and tweaked it a little.
Finally, our dining room is complete!! I can’t begin to explain how happy we are with the final outcome. It was well worth the hours and hours that were spent building it. A huge shout out to my amazing brother-in-law and lovely husband for constructing it, they did a beautiful job! I completed it with the sanding and staining and I will say the color turned out flawless and exactly how we imagined. Hopefully this will be a piece we have for many years to come.
Yeeee! I am finally able to work through some of my ‘wish list’ projects for the house. I wanted to create a piece where I could display some of our favorite candid wedding shots. We had the perfect wall in our guest room that needed to be filled and this did just that. I am very happy with the final outcome.