We are slowly making progress on the nursery. It doesn't help that every time I go to do or buy something, I'm sure I should toss the whole plan (I actually thought about doing matte pale gray with white trim the other day.....). WTF happened to nesting? I missed it this go around.
But, we are proceeding as planned--because I made the plan before the fatigue got hold of my decision making powers.
|(On my monitor, these are still reading a little greener than the room really is....)|
Still to do:
- Hanging art
- Take down shelves down, painting the window trim green and the sashes a matte black (I think)
- Chair slipcover
- Window solutions that aren't snow white
- Add shelves to closet (terrifying!)
When I'm stressed about the glossy green, I just look at the closet--I really love the wallpaper (wish I could have just hit the whole nursery with it....). The Million Dollar Baby changing table is not great quality (well, same as you might see at a Buy Buy Baby or Babies R Us nursery section, but if this came from Land of Nod I would be livid). It should last a few years, and for 300, I don't really care. I'm thinking gold knobs and detailing....
Should I paint the changing table top a different color?
While I contemplate my choice of high gloss paint, let's check out some of the amaze-balls, first-world, totally indulgent decor/toys that are currently on the market, as styling can really make a nursery.
2. The giant stuffed animal
|Elle Decor, via|
3. Modern design icons
4. Tiny instruments
5. Chic Ride-ons
In a 10x10 room, we can't have it all. So the question for you is: What to buy?