Monday, March 3, 2014

The Rowselettes' Nursery

Yay!  It is finally done!  Well, except for spray painting our $20 used changing table black.  Unfortunately the weather has not been cooperating for that.  C'est La Vie.  But everything else is ready for the Rowselettes to arrive. :) 

We opted for mini cribs, as there was no way we could have fit two normal sized cribs (They are huge these days!) in this room.  My husbands parents were kind enough to purchase them for us, which was a huge help budget wise.  Two of everything can get expensive!  Since we decided to not paint the nursery, we relied on colorful accents to liven it up.  I found this great orange, chevron rug at Rosenberry RoomsThe art above the cribs I made using this tutorial.  

The ClosetMaid Cube Organizer is one I've had for years and spray painted black to match the cribs.  The print above it, Rocket Boy by jrod, is one my husband acquired a number of years ago from a local artist.  I love it for our little boys' room, so we finally got it properly framed.  The Winnie The Pooh lamp was made for us by a family friend, and it comes apart so they can use the stuffed bear and read the book.  The foxes were hand knitted for us by my talented sister in-law, Amy from Amy's Nutritarian Kitchen.  

 The little black table is from IKEA and the lamp was a hand me down that I spray painted to make it more my style.  The rocking chair is the one my mom had when my brother and I were little.  Can't wait to rock my own babies in it. :)

Our crib bedding is from Carousel Designs.  They are the only place I was able to find that had mini crib bedding.  Luckily they had a great selection and even a design your own bedding option.  And all of their products are made right here in the U.S.A.

I do have a couple more projects planned for the nursery, but all in all, it is complete as it is now.  However, when I get around to those projects, I'll be sure to post about them so you can see the updates.


  1. Cutest boy twin nursery of all time! I'm working away at making the mini mobile foxes for the boys, but somehow it is taking longer to make mini ones than it took to make the big foxes!

    1. Thanks! No rush on the foxes. I can see how making something so tiny could take way longer.

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