Jack's Eclectic Woodland Nursery

So it's taken me almost 5 months to get these photos I promised of Jack's nursery on the blog... but, in my defense, it really was complete forever ago! It was the whole taking pictures part that I've been procrastinating on, because (1) Jack's room is smaller than Harry Potter's bedroom space under the Dursley's stairs and, therefore, impossible to get good pictures of and (2) we seriously just never use the nursery.  Jack still sleeps in our bed every night... so other than walking in there to get or put away his clothes, his cute, little nursery is a pretty neglected space. 
For Jack's nursery, I stuck pretty closely to the inspiration I shared with you all months ago (see here). I wanted his room to be gray, light blue, and white with vintage and homemade touches throughout. I didn't really have a themed nursery in mind, but after I started buying things I noticed that I had an affinity for woodland creatures. So you'll see a lot of deer and other woodland friends throughout.
I loved reading growing up and I hope to pass that passion on to Jack, so I made sure to create him a book nook. This space is also special to me because for Christmas my brothers sent me a ton of our favorite books we enjoyed together growing up for Jack. Right now he only enjoys eating them, but hopefully we'll get to cuddle and read some together soon.
I found all my prints for the nursery on Etsy. All the frames, the lamp, and dresser come from Ikea.
My best friend Kristin made that cute, little owl for Jack! The personalized wood stacking rings are another Etsy find.
Even though we aren't getting a lot of use out to this space yet, I still really love it. His nursery turned out pretty much exactly how I wanted it to. Right now, he enjoys lying in his crib and watching the felt animals on his mobile and reaching for and knocking over the books on his Ikea spice racks turned book shelves. But I hope as he grows he begins to really love this space, too. And who knows, maybe one day I'll let him sleep in his crib.  ;)
Paint Color | Bemjamin Moore Nimbus 1465
Woodland Mobile | The Memis
Wooden Stacking Rings | hcwoodcraft
Little Man Sign | Target
Large Letter "J" | handmade (gift)
Book Shelves | Ikea 
Picture Frames | Ikea
Dresser | Ikea
Jenny Lind Crib | Amazon
Blue Deer Crib Sheet | Ivie Baby
Silver Antlers | Target
Chalkboard Deer Print | Bon Temps Beignet
Little Ones to Him Belong Print | Bon Temps Beignet
Glider | Babies 'R Us


Health, Love & Fire said...

This space turned out absolutely adorable!! I can't wait for when we have kids and creating a room all their own for them!

Brittany Fry @ The 26th of August said...

Awe his room turned out so cute! I love all the handmade touches you included, I can definitely tell you put a lot of thought into his nursery and I love that your brother's sent the books, so sweet!

Kenzie Smith said...

His nursery turned out great! I love the theme you went with even though you hadn't planned it initially :D

Ashley said...

Love the nursery!!! Soo glad to hear I'm not the only one with my son in our room still!! I plan to move him to the nursery soon. He has been in the pack and play now for a while from the bassinet. I just need to be strong and do it!!
Love his bed spread and book collection! I love childrens books too!!

The Girl who Loved to Write said...

What an adorable mobile!

Emi said...

Thanks for featuring my woodland mobile! The nursery looks so lovely!!! Excellent design, congrats!

Pamela said...

Sooo cute!! Love the mobile and the sheets!!!