Updating the Nursery at Grandma’s House.
Some of you may remember the fun I had creating a nursery for my first grandchild about seven months ago. I turned my youngest son’s childhood room into a baby girly nursery room. Here is what it looked like when I first created it.
Time is passing way too quickly, and our little girl is growing so fast. She is starting to get around, so it was time to lower the crib so she won’t pull herself up and tumble out.
Then, though I hope she doesn’t need it very soon, we were so generously gifted with a beautiful antique iron day bed from my our bestie cousins, Joyce and “Oh Rob,” fully loaded with soft and fluffy Pottery Barn bedding in just the right colors to match our room! Isn’t it awesome?!!?!
I moved some things around to make room. It will be a nice spot for us to snuggle up and read books soon I’m sure. It also adds versatility to this guest room allowing for another “single” to stay over. We love having campers stay over, so the more beds the merrier!
Remember how I made the bumper pads into curtain valances (since they are a “no-no!” now)? Well – I still had a piece left, so I cut the ties off, cut about a 6-inch opening on one end, and stuffed it with filling from an old pillow I wasn’t using to create a fun tube-shaped pillow. Throwing that and the other pillow that came with the nursery set really helps carry the theme onto the day bed and pull the room together I think. Aren’t I so crafty clever?!?!
I am in love with this little space in the house. It is the smallest bedroom of the four, but it is my current fave! I’ve redone all three (now) guest rooms. I think it may soon be time for a master bedroom makeover! <wink!>
Hope you are having fun in all of your favorites spaces with all of your favorite people… at life in between.
Cheers & Hugs,