This is it my friends! the end, finito, the last post on the nursery where I show you the glamorous pictures and how everything is perfectly.
Let me just say that i appreciate every single person who believed that statement in it’s entirety.
Before I do show you that I do want to talk about one green beauty thing (captive audience muwahahaha) If you have a Whole Foods near you, GET THEE TO A WHOLE FOODS NOW. They’re having some sales on their skin care and products so I picked some up. Which I’ll talk about later, but right now, unless you have some serious armpit conditions (no judgement homes) you should get this:
Every morning it smells like a gin and tonic in my arm pits…..upon further review, I may just be missing gin and tonics…
MOVING ON. Here are the before and after pictures of the Nursery/Guest room!
A SPECIAL NOTE: my stepfather offered to create a ‘to-do’ list for me when they come to visit when the baby’s born ANY DAY NOW JUNIOR. So here’s what’s on his list.
- Add two bamboo shades that I already own to the windows
- Adding a jute rug underneath
- Hang the tassels above the crib, apparently blue masking tape is both ineffective and ugly. WHATEVER
Door: Bonnet: Family heirloom, Floral paper: Rifle Paper wrapping paper, Shadowbox: Michaels
Bed: craigslist (already owned)
Rug: Urban Outfitters
Dresser: Ikea Tarva with Sherwin Williams Paint I already owned…damn it, I still forgot to look for the color…Navy-ish?!
Brass knobs: Home Depot
Paint: Sherwin Williams (Snowbound and Dogwood White)
Crib: Davinci Jenny Lind Crib
Art Work: framing at Michaels, prints from my mother after a trip to Costa Rica
Tassels: Studio Mucci
This past weekend , with a burst of energy and bad math I finally got the above the crib decor up, so I thought I’d put a little update on the blog-o. Here you go!