Wednesday, January 30, 2013

At last...Brayden's Nursery/Room

Finally I am getting around to sharing Brayden's Nursery/Room. I really have no idea why this post has taken me so long to put together. I have wanted to share his little space for months but have put off taking the pics and getting it posted, until now. I had the bedding set picked out before we even knew he was a boy for sure. If it was a girl it would have been something similar just girly. I love how cute it turned out and would not change a thing. A few minor things here and there have changed in his room simply because there are things we do not use anymore or have found different placement for as time has passed. I do still have a few things I would like to add to the walls but it will happen when time allows. We have taken away some of the baby things we do not need anymore but the room has quickly filled up with lots of toys. Its amazing how many toys this kid has, I think he may be a bit spoiled. 
 
I think my favorite thing in this room is his name above the bed. I absolutely love it and it turned out so much better than I had envisioned. It was so simple to make...a branch from a tree in our yard, letters and animals cut out on cardstock with my Cricut, twine used to hand the letters from branch. So easy and of course I got the original idea for this on Pinterest here

Crib & Dresser/Changer- JC Penny
Glider- Borrowed from my sister...I believe its from Target
Hamper-Babies R Us
Alphabet Art- A piece of scrapbook paper from Michaels put in a frame
 A few things have changed from the time Brayden was born. We have definitely added lots of toys to his room now. He has plenty more arranged in the family room/ toy room where we spend most of our time.
 I could not resist hanging the blanket on the wall, the pattern to me was just to adorable and I had the perfect open wall to hang it on. 

I actually never really thought that I would use the diaper stacker (it came with the set) because honestly I thought they were kinda dumb and who uses them anyway...really! I was just going to use a cute basket on the dresser/changing table to store them and I may still do that in the future. I also had no clue where I would put it either. When I decide to not use the diaper stacker anymore the hooks will be used to hang towels or little jackets or hoodies, as that is what I originally bought the hooks for in the first place.
 I have plans for the corner where the glider is that includes either a toy box of some sort or a super cute reading corner with shelves on the wall.
 I love that this is a space he feels comfortable in and enjoys playing in. 

2 comments:

  1. This is adorable! Love how you have his name above the crib!

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    1. Thank you, that's my favorite part of the room.

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