Before we even knew the gender of our baby, my husband and I had a good idea of what we wanted the nursery to look like. We wanted it to be happy, colorful and playful. We didn't want a theme nursery and we wanted something that could grow with him and his interests.
We found the Oh Joy bedding at Target and thought it fit perfectly with what we had in mind. Then we found toys and accessories that we just really liked and when we put it all together... we LOVED the end result!
I painted this airplane shelf to match our nursery colors.
My husband and I each painted a canvas for the nursery. My husband did this space picture, and I did a lion.
For the shelves over the changing table, my husband spray painted the hardware with neon paint and then cut wood boards.
This spaceship night light above the changing table is one of my favorite details in the room!
He also spray painted this basket to use as a diaper caddy.
When I saw Honest made a space theme printed diaper, I had to get them!
We purchased cordless blackout roman shades, which I thought were a little too plain. I decided to create my own window treatment by hanging a string of felt balls over the windows with wooden cloud pegs.
This space ceiling light turned out to be a great pick... our son loves it! He is always staring up at it!
I also painted the fronts of these bins. I felt they needed some color :)
The book shelves are actually spice racks from Ikea!
This is the lion picture that I painted for the nursery!
Jude's nursery is now my favorite room in our house. It's filled with lions, elephants, airplanes, books, and all the colors of the rainbow. I can't wait to see what he decides needs to be added to it!
Below is a source list for some of the items in Jude's nursery.
Baby Jude and I made Halloween cards together. He's 3 months old, and I thought it would be nice to send cards featuring his adorable chubby little feet to his Grandparents and a few other family members.
Jude was totally into it because it meant he had to be pant-less (which he loves!) and lay on the dining room table looking at our big chandelier (which he also loves).