Nursery Reveal

We are so stinkin' excited to meet our little bundle of joy! Take a look at a few pics from his future abode!

Here's the fabric (Kate Spain Central Park Zoo) 
we used as a launching point for the zoo themed nursery.

My favorite part of the room? The spring loaded mid century rocking chair that we picked up for $10 last year at an estate sale!

 How awesome is my mother in law for making baby such a cute crib set?

 Nick built this cubby, modeled after this, much more expensive version from Pottery Barn Kids.
We painted it in Benjamin Moore's Spectra Blue 2049-50.

This is an Ikea dresser with lemon yellow knobs that cost $2.50 a piece from Hobby Lobby.

Goodwill shelf, spray painted in Avocado Green

Nick's first baby sneakers :) Oh, and yes that is a unicorn and it belonged my husband and his siblings. I can't help but sing, "My horn can pierce the sky!" when I look at it. 5 bucks if you get that reference ;)

Wonder who he'll look like...

Our cross stitch pictures from when we were babies. These are practically antiques, I tell ya!

We're ready for you, baby!


  1. The Office. When Dwight is selling weirdo Barbies for way over resale value. You can send my $5 to... just kidding.
    Way cute Stephanie. I love it all. Sophie's especially cute. Love Sophie. And I adore the name Collin.

  2. Thanks so much! We are excited!

  3. How stinkin' cute is this room? You did an amazing job. I love all of the sentimental details. I am totally crushing on the squirrel print. I'd hang that in my 'big girl' room. :-)

    Can't wait to meet the lucky little guy!

  4. Thank you so much! I got the squirrel print from art.com, FYI;)

  5. What a perfect nursery! I love the thrifted elements, special bedding, and extra touches from childhood!!!


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