I’ve been meaning to blog about Everett’s nautical nursery for…. hmmm…. I don’t know, 4 months now. Nesting never kicked in since we moved to Korea while I was uber pregnant with him and was waiting for what seemed like ages to get our furniture. Vanessa was born six weeks premature, so I didn’t want to risk putting myself into labor for the sake of a perfectly set up nursery. Just wasn’t going to happen.
We had to drop his crib to the lowest setting since he just started trying to pull himself up. There is no way I was going to risk having him take a spill head first onto the tile, so I got out my camera and snapped a few pictures, then lowered the crib. Nautical nursery reveal, better late than never. Right?
***I want to apologize for the terrible picture quality upfront. We’ve been have rain/thunderstorms everyday for the last ten days. Lighting in the little guy’s room during monsoon season is pretty much non-existent. Even with southern facing windows.***
Crib: Pottery Barn Kids
Mesh Bumper: Amazon
Fitted Sheet: Pottery Barn Kids
Skirt: DIY’d by me
Blanket: DIY’d by me
Bunting : Sweet Smile Creations
Rag Wreath: DIY’d by me
Rag Rug: HomeGoods
Vinyl Decal: A Baby Wall
ABC wall art: Shabby Chick 14
Sailboat Mobile: Amazon
Lampshade on fan: Thrifted (originally from Target)
Dresser: DIY (previously in V’s room/guest)
Boat Wheel : DIY from this post
Nautical prints: c/o my awesome friend Natsumi
“What I love about you” frame: Greeting card
Hoop Embroidery: Page Fifty Five
Small “Faith companion” card: Pen & Paint
World watercolor print: Katie Daisy
Clock: Souvenir shop in Monterey, CA
Boat Wall Hook: Michaels
Red Lamp: Zulily
Changing pad cover: Amazon
Looks like I’ll need to update you on the changes in his nautical nursery soon considering the little guy is seven months old now… Where has the time gone? Seriously?!?!
Author: Maria Ibbitson (Craft Crazy Mom)
Navy Wife. Mother. Photographer. Crafter. Blogger. Obsessed with glitter, cotton swabs, and the color white. Fueled by coffee, stinky cheese and red wine. Adores her family, blogging and taking pictures along the way. This blog is dedicated to life, love & diy.