Audrey’s Nursery

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I’m happy to finally share a little bit of Audrey’s nursery with you all! With Claire I had her nursery set up and ready to go weeks, if not months before her arrival. Well, Audrey’s been in this world almost 4 weeks already and her room’s still not done.


I didn’t have a theme really for her room, just colors and fabric that I knew I wanted to use. I bought the fabric below on Etsy and I am absolutely obsessed with it!


I decided to make a pillow sham to go on the rocker {shown in the top photo}, a crib sheet {pictured below}, burp cloths {you can find my tutorial for those here} and a crib skirt {the crib skirt is still in the process of being made…and by that I mean I haven’t even started it}.


Cutest model ever 😉

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I’m pretty happy with how it all turned out. The one big problem with our house though is closet space…The below picture says it all. Colin, Audrey and a bunch of other junk all share a closet 🙂 I’m hoping to get some sort of curtain to just cover that all right up.


We decided to go ahead and re-use Claire’s crib and changing table instead of getting new ones {even though I really wanted to go a little more modern}. We also decided to buy the cart shown below from Ikea to store diapers, wipes, burp cloths, etc. I love it! From the picture below you can see it’s obviously getting used and it shows just how chaotic life with a newborn can be 🙂


You can see Claire’s art on the purple paper that she contributed to Audrey’s nursery decor 😉

I still need to install a shelf above the changing table to incorporate the items shown below. One of these days I’ll get it finished 🙂


Sources of the items we recently bought are shown below!

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2 thoughts on “Audrey’s Nursery

  1. Aunt Rhonda

    Beautiful!! You are so talented!! Have you thought about a fancy shower curtain on a large spring rod for the closet?? Moves easily and is pretty reasonable for it’s purpose.


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