Tuesday, March 26, 2013

twins' nursery

In my serious lack of blogging, I realized I had never posted pics of the babies' nursery!

I needed to create something gender neutral since it is a room for a boy and a girl so I looked to my stand by color, navy, to help me get this accomplished! I had a remnant of a beautiful green and navy floral that I used as my starting off point. I had that made into simple box-pleat valances with a navy band. We chose espresso cribs to create a richer look in the room. I also had a super comfy chair slipcovered in white with navy banding ( I know..."White chair in a nursery?!?" It is a slipcover I can wash and has been stain treated so hopefully it holds up!!).

Here's the pics!







Above the cribs is still a work in progress and with my hands full with babies, it might be for awhile!!




6 comments:

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Your nursery is adorable, and I think it's completely gender neutral. The glider is so pretty, too - hard to find that! Enjoy your babies Jade - they grow up so much faster than you can imagine!

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Recreate and Decorate said...

Cute! Very cute! I wish I had a little one so I could do a nursery!

traci zeller designs said...

So precious!! I have a white chair in my boys' room, too, so I think you'll be fine!! And I LOVE navy for nurseries. xoxoxo!

Lori @ Lori May Interiors said...

So sweet Jade! It's perfect for them. I can't even imagine how busy you are, but it's nice to see you on the blog again!

Haven and Home said...

Hi there! Are you going to High Point?

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