Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Baby G's nursery!

Finally it is done and not a moment too soon as she is due on January 7th!!!  I am so excited for her and she loves how the space turned out.  If you are new to my blog you can go here to see how it looked as a bedroom.  

Here is how it looks now.
This is that skanky blue chair recovered in linen and added nail heads.  The curtains are drop cloths.
She found this chair on the side of the road and painted it white.  We recovered the seat with a Raoul fabric.
Dang..... we ordered these on the internet and I can't remember where right now but I can find out if anyone wants to know.  Framed in Ikea frames.
She picked this up somewhere in Atlanta and added the chalk paint knobs.
The lamp is from Pottery Barn, the abacus is from CB2
The white shelves are from Ikea.



That dang bird...I love it!  West Elm.
I loved this when I saw it at West Elm...kind of like a mobile.

Cuteness...
She went to Auburn....duh.


Anthropologie!

Bathroom...shower curtain.
Do you need this many?
The closet!  Love the AC DC t shirt!

It totally suits her personality if you knew her!  Hope you guys like it too :)

We are at the beach and it is freezing here.  I had to go buy a space heater for my feet cause I can't get warm......


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61 comments:

maggie said...

Beautiful nursery sherry! the attention to every detail! bravo!!

Anonymous said...

Love it!!! Baby G is commin in style!! Love the color combination and not tooooooo baby! Just right! Makes me almost wanna have a ......Oh! NO! STOP! Now, that's a great room....Denise (I can't figure out how to post name on this!) Tee Hee! Are you surprised?

Rene said...

Love the ACDC tee and yes, you do need that many onesies. This nursery is my favorite ever Sherry. So much cuteness in one room.

Have fun at the beach!

-Rene

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

It is so so good- wow!!! I'm kind of speechless on this one. I absolutely love the attention to detail and all the quirky little accessories. The colour palate is wonderful and it's all just so comfortably chic. Fabulous job lady!!! xo

Kathysue said...

Sherry, You did an amazing job on this nursery, love the doors behind the crib!! so many wonderful touches, all unique and look like one of a kind even though they are not!! That is good design my friend,Kathysue
Keep warm!!

L.Duncan@Home23DuncanBoys said...

this is the cutest nursery! OMG! its just so casual. very easy for the baby to grow into.

Happy New Year Sherry!

Marianne - Style For Living said...

Sherry, I just found your blog and I LOVE it! This nursery is fabulous! So many great elements. I'm your newest follower too! So glad I found you.

My Interior Life said...

You knocked it out of the park on this one, Sherry. Love every little thing about it, especially that pouf! Did you mention the source on that?

Kathy

Julie said...

One of my favorite projects you have done--the sconces on that barn door!! Just bad ass.

pk @ Room Remix said...

It turned out SO cute, Sherry! Great color scheme, so many great details and I love that you reused the old doors. Great job!

Sharon Lovejoy said...

LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT. I think you get the picture. Very exciting and stimulating room for a future creative artist designer.

All joys to you,

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

Joe Gasser said...

I'm excited for my son's new room. Yes, not too baby, and I did not want a BABY type room. We had fun with this.

The Circus poof, elephant and dresser all came from Authentique! As a man, I even love this store in Inman Park. Great finds. Check them out on facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Authentique/103459849780

The crib is an Oeuf Sparrow Mande and I found at the Seed Factory. A great boutique children's store on the west side of Atlanta.

White picture frames are from Sam Flex.

The plethora of onesies are each individually designed by friends. They even made a few cycling type onsies emphasizing my passion for the sport :)

All assembled by Joe Gasser :-)

Mande said...

It was a perfect Guest Bedroom, and now it's a cozy little nursery without changing too many things from before! I was happy we could reuse the Raoul somewhere, since we had to take out the bolster on the bed. I love that fabric...that and the ceiling were the main inspiration for that whole room back in 2007. I love how the old blue pleather chair turned out! When Sherry brought that back from the upholstery shop, I about fell over. It had a little test run yesterday from a friend and her baby. Got the seal of approval. Now we are just waiting for Baby G to arrive and tell us what he thinks. Can't Wait!!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Sherry, that is the cutest nursery. I LOVE the barn door wall!

alison (semi-fab lane) said...

i love it, it is so original and i love that it is rustic and modern at the same time!

jessica said...

new follower here! :) so glad i found your blog!
this by far is my favorite baby room ever! so stylish!! LOVE IT!

www.creativeindexblog.blogspot.com

littleshop said...

I'm so glad you came to my blog so I could come to your blog! This nursery is a homerun and a half. Def will be adding you to my blogroll!

Lisa said...

Wow! That is a fantastic nursery.

paula said...

LOVE this nursery and loved it even more after I saw the auburn onsie ;)

charm home said...

This nursery is absolutely adorable. Great inspiration for my own nursery. I'm due with a boy in June.

Anonymous said...

i love this nursery. I LOVE the prints - both the safari/jungle animal prints and the ones of the cat/dog at the end - can you tell me where you got all of these??? I need them!!:)

SHERRY HART said...

I got all of the fabrics at Lewis and Sheron Textiles on Huff Road in Atlanta. They have a website. http://lsfabrics.com/fabric_catalog.php?pid=12718

Chris said...

Sherry - I love this!! Were you able to find out where you got those 3 animal prints?? Fab nursery!!!

SHERRY HART said...

Anonymous: The small pictures of the cat and dog were painted for her by a friend. I am checking on the 3 animal prints. We got them on a Etsy site.

SHERRY HART said...

The baby animal prints came from here:

http://www.theanimalprintshop.com/baby-animals/

Alison said...

This nursery is perfect. Love it! I especially love those baby blocks... where did you get them?

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the nursery. Beautiful and elegant. Where did you get the faux sheepskin rug? I registered for one, but I think it is too small.

SHERRY HART said...

Anonymous: Ikea!!!

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

Sherry,
This is the most inspiring nursery I've seen in awhile! The colors are very fresh, yet still soothing...love the little bird! :)
Janell

Anonymous said...

what about the light fixture? You are too good!!

Chris said...

Hey Sherry - where did you find the light fixture in this nursery? I've been looking for something similar/boyish/rustic and there aren't a lot of choices out there!!

SHERRY HART said...

The light fixture was made out of a basket that we found at Scott's Antique market in Atlanta!

Cristi C. said...

What is the crib skirt fabric? Looking for something similar. And is it difficult to make a crib skirt for the Oeuf Crib? I just purchased it in white and wasn't sure a crib skirt would work for it. Thanks!

SHERRY HART said...

Cristi, I got the fabric at Lewis and Sheron Textiles on Huff Road in Atlanta. They have a web site. We literally just folded it in half and placed it under neath the mattress with hook and loop!!! No sewing! Just rounded the corner a small amount.

Cristi C. said...

Thanks Sherry! I live a few hours from Atlanta, but I will check out their website! Wow, it looks great to not have sewn it! That sounds like my kind of project! Thanks again for the info & I love the room!

Cristi C. said...

Hey Sherry...one more question, sorry! Do you know how much fabric you used for the skirt? Thanks!

SHERRY HART said...

I think we got like a yard and a half. Fabric is 54" wide and a yard is 36". So we got 54" wide and long. We did not even cut it!

Cristi C. said...

Okay, great! Sounds easy & inexpensive! Thanks so much!

Saghi said...

Love love this nursery! Can you tell me where you got the orange blanket and the orange diaper bag?

SHERRY HART said...

Saghi the orange blanket came from The Seed factory in Atlanta and the orange diaper bag is Dwell Studio I believe!

Saghi said...

Thanks Sherry!

Kim said...

I am in LOVE with this room, it is beyond amazing! How did you make your chalkboard frame? I am wanting to do something similar for our litte boys room but am unsure on how to begin. Also- how did you hang the dropcloth curtains?Thanks so much!

Megan said...

where are the sources for the light fixtures (floor lam and sconce on the barn door)?

SHERRY HART said...

Megan...the sconces came from Pottery Barn and the floor lamp from Target!

Mary said...

Where did you get the ottoman? It's adorable!

Andy and Courtney Brien said...

Could you tell me where the yellow side table came from?? I have been looking everywhere for one!!!

PaperNest said...

Hi Sherry, did you make the headboard? Do you know if that is knotty alder wood? BEAUTIFUL room!

The Adventures Ashley said...

i love this nursery too! the colours are exactly what i have planned for my new living room....did you paint the crib? if so, i'd love to know what colour it is!
thanks

Amanda said...

I love the crib sheets. Maybe I missed it, but where did you get them? Thanks

Jennifer Hayes said...

What an adorable and ingenious space! I featured you today in my Friday I'm in Love favorites!!

http://socialsalutations.blogspot.com/2011/09/friday-im-in-loveand-very-special.html

- Jenn @ Social Salutations

Jeannie@ Babymobilecentral.com said...

This is so adorable. I love the onesie hanging on the wall!

It has such a fresh and inviting look. Is that a paper mache bird?! So cute. Love.

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Anonymous said...

sherry/mande...the nursery is cute...love the barn doors....what type of wood is that? how tall are they?

wisesower said...

I am in love with your nursery. I am wondering if you can tell me where you found the abacus looking piece of wall art. I love love love it! Thank you!

Wendy said...

Loving the barn doors - is that a diy or did you find them somewhere? So in love with this spae.

Traci@ Beneath My Heart said...

LOVE all the details, Sherry! Such a cute nursery.

Lauras Crafty Life said...

Did you purchase the barn door or is it something you DIYed? I love that and saw it on Pinterest, but the link didn't work to get to the original page on your blog! We need a headboard and that would be perfect. :) Here was the link I found that didn't work: http://designindulgence.blogspot.com/2010/08/baby-gassers-nursery.html

Kathleen said...

where did you get the pillow or do you know what the name of the fabric is?? I am completely in love with it!

Becky Hatch said...

Sherry, I really want to make a wood wall like yours but my husband and I can't figure out where to start. did you build the wall and paint it? Is it real wood just stained? Did you already buy it like that? I love it so much and want something similar in my babies room but not sure where to begin. This room is adorable!!

Becky Hatch said...

I have another question,,, did you paint your crib? If so do you remember what color of grey you used?