Coming off of the Thanksgiving holiday, let’s just say that I’m so so grateful for our home, our health and having the extra time to pull together this little boys nursery reveal for the One Room Challenge! In fact, today is the final deadline, so we literally JUST made it in time.
As a quick recap, we actually started this room earlier this year for our new babe, but our lives got turned upside down when we discovered that he had a life threatening heart condition and weren’t able to finish the room or participate in the spring challenge because, well, priorities certainly changed! Now, we’ve got a healthy little heart warrior who finally has a room that he can grow up in, and I’m so excited to share how everything turned out!
Before we get to the reveal photos, let’s start from the beginning and recap the before photos and initial design concept.
We spent hours wallpapering, board and battening and shopping every corner of our home to use what we had (because #covid) and here’s the final result!
And that’s a wrap! Believe it or not this is our third nursery we’ve done through the One Room Challenge (check out the other two here and here!) and each new one becomes my new favorite 🙂 I love how this space can transition from baby to childhood and is neutral, yet has enough personality and texture to keep it interesting. I’m sure I’ll swap things here and there as we’re able to start heading into stores (hopefully in the near future?) but I’m so happy with how it turned out for now! Be sure to check out all of the amazing ORC rooms before you go, and the source list below if you want to know where anything is from! Thanks so much for supporting our little corner of the web!
- Dresser – Pottery Barn Teen
- Lamp – At Home
- Pegs – DIY
- Fiddle – QVC
- Baskets – Homegoods
- Rug – Homegoods
- Crib – Wayfair or Amazon
- Flag – Etsy
- Frame – DIY
- Rocking Chair – Pottery Barn Kids
- Table – Homegoods
- Blackout Curtains – Amazon (Dark Gravel)
- Wallpaper – Home Depot
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