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Lauryn’s Nursery

We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our baby girl, Lauryn Grace. I’m currently 33 weeks along, and can’t wait to meet our precious girl. I just finished her nursery this week, and wanted to share some pictures of it now that is completed. I wanted her nursery to be full of all things girly. The more pink the better. =) I tried playing it safe with Ashlyn & Caelyn’s nursery “just in case” we were to have a boy. Their rooms were still very girly, but their walls, furniture, etc, were very gender neutral just so I wouldn’t have to buy everything all over again.

Well after the two girls, I pretty much got rid of everything. I just didn’t want to continue holding onto it all…plus I was really convinced we were going to have a boy. haha! It has been real fun getting everything all over again. Girls are SO much fun!

I knew I wanted an accent wall in Lauryn’s room, and wanted to try something different, so I decided wallpaper was the route I wanted to go. I found this lovely floral wallpaper at Spoonflower. It is amazing quality, and it was super easy to put up. I went with the repositional wallpaper so it can be removed easily. It also helps tie in my crazy eclectic style. 😉

 My new favorite chair in the house… Thanks mom and dad!;)

 My sweet client and friend, Allison (Offbeat & Artsy), made this beautiful piece of art to go with Lauryn’s room. Lauryn’s middle name is going to be Grace, so I couldn’t love this more. It matches her room perfectly, and it is such a great reminder. Thank you again Allison!

Wallpaper, Spoonflower //  Dresser, Walmart //  Crib, Dirt Cheap (favorite store ever!)  //  Grace Artwork, Offbeat & Artsy  //  Other Artwork, Hobby Lobby //  Chair, Baby Earth //  Table & Lamp, Target  //  Watercolor Pillow, The Artwerks //  Changing Pad Cover, Caden Lane  //  Crib Sheet, Lullabies & Lollipops // Rug, Society 6




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