I'm still shuffling things around, hopefully I will know more about where I want things to be when he's here. The rug is the Pottery Barn Henley rug in Sailor Blue, found on ebay. Walls are Behr Pier.
I can't wait to see what this clean changing area looks like at the end of the week!
Yeah, we still don't have anything in the Ribba frame. I'm waiting for inspiration. I also thought some bright toys hanging above the changing pad will keep baby busy while I fumble around, but maybe they will just be thrown at my head!
My mom recovered the green gingham cushions on this hand-me-down glider. We found this citron swirl fabric at Joann and thought it would be so fun with all the other ones in the room, but not too "in your face." I love it!
The little nightstand has all my boob accoutrements in the top drawer, and blankets and burp cloths in the lower one. Owl lamp is from JC Penney.
We lose some real estate in the room with the closet and main doors swinging into the space. So, we may make some adjustments in the future.
The crib sheet is made in Citron Dumb Dot fabric, from Etsy seller LittleBurpsandGiggles. I got two and have a couple other spare sheets in navy and grey as well. The crib skirt is just four panels hemmed and attached to the mattress frame with ties. Fabric is from Tonic Living, Night Owl in Sky.
My mom made the drapes from this Tonic Living Mini Chevron in Sky, with blackout liner sewn in. She did SO much work, and I love them so much! She added back tabs to make them fall really nicely. Perfect.
You can see here how much the cats love laying in the changing pad, I hope they stop doing that once baby is here.
The closet is all organized. Our his and hers diaper bags are packed and ready. We also have about a million diapers jammed into this closet!
I made this canvas using a Groupon for Canvas on Demand, I just took a photo of some Uncle Goose blocks on a table with a board behind them and added some effects until I liked it. I love all the colors in the blocks. I still want to add more to this wall, eventually that will happen!
Hopefully we will be bringing him home soon! Wish me luck.
I will be checking comments in the hospital, saying 'hi' would really raise my spirits! Smooches.