Thursday, March 9, 2017

Kiley's Nursery Reveal

When it came to creating a nursery for baby Kiley, I wanted to make something extra special for her.

Since Ryder had moved into his Big Boy Room, his vacated nursery was ready for a renovation.

I decided to keep the existing gray and white base colors and add some pretty, baby-pink accents to make it look sweet and girly for little Kiley.

Does it seem like a pretty, cozy place for her to grow up? 

You may not be able to tell at first glance, but the room is filled with love.

Quilts, blankets, and burp rags made by Kiley's great grandmothers, grandmothers, aunts, and good friends. Super soft, cuddly stuffed animals given for her to cuddle. A shelf full of books that have been read and chewed on by Big Brother Ryder. A night light that shined in my own room when I was a child. A special clock from an amazing little workshop in Rome that Stew and I visited before we were even engaged. Even the stylish headbands were made by a dear friend. And every detail was painstakingly thought out and orchestrated by Mom and Dad — glass drawer pulls, matching pink curtains and lamp shades, a sparkly chandelier, and name letters that I painstakingly painted by hand.

We sure hope that you love it, sweet baby girl!

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  1. I'd forgotten about the chevron wall, and I still love it! I love how you've adapted it and made it a gorgeous girly room. I'm sure Kiley will adore it!

  2. So pretty! How lovely to have your blog back:)

    1. Thanks Linda! I am going to do my best to keep blogging on at least a semi-regular basis... we'll see what happens, wish me luck!

  3. I love this!! It is so precious.


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