Boho Nursery Reveal
When we found out we were having a girl, I had such a hard time finding a cute nursery theme. With the twins, I immediately knew I wanted their room to be adventure themed and Carter's was all neutral. With Adalynn though I had no idea what to do! I searched pinterest and couldn't find a nursery that I completely loved to go off of. I seemed to like bits and pieces of a bunch of different themes. Once I finally decided I would go with a simple boho themed nursery, then came the difficulty of actually planning it out and finding pieces. We recently moved and when we were moving in, we had decided that this would be her room because we didn't want the chair rail in Carter's room. (We probably would have taken the chair rail down if we weren't renting, but I actually love having it in the room now that it is painted!) Her room is a very odd shape, it is thin and long- with a huge window on one of the walls. Here are two photos of the room before (and because we know that I always forget to take before photos, these are the photos from the listing of the house before we moved in)
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We got the paint colors approved, bought a dresser, and started planning out what exactly I wanted this room to look like. I wanted to stay with a very girly and minimal boho look. I've seen some rooms that are just overflowing with stuff and that wasn't the style I was wanting to go for. We were trying to do this nursery on as small a budget as possible so we opted to not buy another crib. I love her nursery so much & even though it took forever to finish, it came together perfectly!
Here are some after photos and where you can find the pieces in her room!
Floral wall hanging- This was a DIY using products from Hobby Lobby
Changing Pad Cover- Etsy (I can't find the link)
"A" sign - Hobby Lobby (sorry, I can't find it on their website)
Dreamcatcher- DIY, see how to make it yourself here!