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One Room Challenge – Nursery Reveal

It’s done! The last 6 weeks have been a little tiring trying to get everything done for the One Room Challenge, but it is my fault, not only did we completely makeover the guest room into our nursery but we decided to makeover our entry and paint our kitchen cabinents. I was trying to rush the big projects before baby girl gets here in just three short weeks!

Well, I won’t keep it from you any longer.I know you came here for the good stuff! Here are the before and afters of our little girls room!

Guest Room Before

Baby Girl Nursery

Guest Room Before

Baby Girl Nursery Changing Table

I really love how the room turned out. It feels soft, warm and soothing. Exactly what a newborn would want!

It was a little challenging configuring the room because it is so small, but she doesn’t need a lot of room anyway and I think this set up works the best for us.

Baby Girl Nursery Changing Area

I like this little changing area I created. This is the same desk I thrifted and painted for my son to use as a changing table. I love all the drawers to keep extra diapers, wipes, pjs and onesies.

I also learned not to have too much above the changing area because once little ones start grabbing at things anything is fair game that is close to them.

Girl Nursery Driftwood

I kept it simple with three pieces I created. Her name, The Lord’s Prayer and a driftwood piece.

ORC Girl Nursery Shelves

Baby Girl Dress in Nursery

I’m excited for baby girl to wear her new dress and matching hat from my mom, Retired Grammie! (Visit her Etsy shop!) The hooks I DIY’ed which you can see here.

Girl Nursery Curtain Pull

I created this curtain pull from Hobby Lobby. I painted them white and distressed.

Girl Nursery Tulle

Every little girls room needs a little tulle right? I created a simple garland using different colors of tulle and lace.

"Though she be little" Printable

I found this free printable at: Little Girl’s Pearls

Baby Girl Nursery Mint

Rugs USA Nursery Rug

This rug I got from Rugs USA and I love it! It’s soft and thick and of course beautiful!

Now that the challenge is over, I can finally relax and wait for baby girl to get here…or I can start planning for the Fall challenge…

 

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Crib – Target

Rug – Rugs USA

Dresser & Swag Light – Lamps Plus

Chair – Ikea

Crib Pillow, Crib Blanket and Pink Dress – Retired Grammie (Soon on Etsy!)

Driftwood Love Sign – Homegirl Interiors on Etsy

“Though she be little” Free Printable – Little Girl’s Pearls

Lords Prayer Free Printable – Download here

Other small accessories from Michael’s and Hobby Lobby

One Room Challenge

Want to see how I got here? Catch up on my past One Room Challenge Posts!

Week 1   Week 2   Week 3   Week 4   Week 5

I want to thank my amazing Sponsors for helping me out with this room!

Lamps Plus

Rugs USA

Valspar

Jennifer

Sunday 4th of September 2016

I love the color scheme!!! what color is the one you used on the walls? Love every detail of it, congratulations!

Kendra @ www.joyinourhome.com

Tuesday 17th of May 2016

Such a sweet, sweet room Tara! I love pink and this is so soft and beautiful! Love all the touches! xo

Jaclyn | One Thousand Oaks

Tuesday 17th of May 2016

Your nursery is so sweet. I love the name Molly, it is adorable!

-Jaclyn

Ashley

Friday 13th of May 2016

So many beautiful elements in this space. That driftwood is beyond gorgeous, such a great idea. Congrats on finishing and the arrival of your little one :) (and love your blog name!)

Erin @ Lemons, Lavender, & Laundry

Friday 13th of May 2016

This nursery is adorable. I LOVE the idea of turning the desk into a changing table. Perfect for all that storage.