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  • Jennifer Biswas

Penelope's nursery reveal

Penelope turns 6 weeks old and we're finally just about done with her nursery! I changed my mind about 100 times with her nursery and I'm not completely settled on the final design but I like it enough to share it. ;)

I knew I wanted some floral elements in the room and like Roy's nursery, I didn't want to go overboard on pink. Everything we have in the room are easy enough to swap out (like the wreaths) or grow with her (like her name and weave)!

We kept many of the same elements from Roy's nursery - the crib, dresser, chair, table and rug. Also a few of the wall decor pieces (which might eventually change ha!).

We took down the faux wallpaper and replaced it with a custom Junah Woods weave (if you don't have weaves in your life yet you need them!) and greenery wreaths that I made myself out of gold hoops and greenery!

 

 

{2nd batch of photos taken by Rebecca Petersen}

We originally bought Penelope's name in gold sequin letters like we got for Roy but it didn't seem to fit her room. I found Common Oak via Instagram and she made us the most beautiful name sign out of wood. I'm in LOVE!

I randomly picked up sheets and curtains from Target and ended up loving them! Blackout curtains can be so hard to find and I love that Target now has some really cute ones.

I made P's mobile out of Roy's old one. I took off the fabric from his and attached fake flowers all over. I ended up using so many flowers that I'm a little concerned it's too heavy and is going to fall off the stand one of these days! :)

Our chair is still one of my favorite purchases for our kids. It's absolutely perfect for nursing, reading stories or just sitting and relaxing. This is another thing that took forever to find. Most chairs were either too big or didn't glide or something else. I also LOVE that it's a wingback style so I have a spot for me to lean my head against during middle of the night feedings (or just during cuddle times!).

I love how just a few simple changes made such a big impact in Penelope's room! What do you think?

Shop the room:

Crib + Dresser from Room & Board

Chair from West Elm

Rug from Anthropologie (old - similar here, here and here)

Sheets from Target (also have these)

Curtains from Target

Name Wood Lettering from Common Oak (c/o)

Weave from Junah Woods (c/o)

Table 

 

  • Jennifer Biswas

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