When I found out I was having a girl I immediately started thinking about what kind of nursery we would create for her. I kept passing by a painting in our house and thinking it would be perfect for a little girl's room. My idea for Jenna's nursery was born, and I am so pleased with the way it turned out! With a lot of help from my handy husband and creative mother-in-law, we created a garden-themed nursery inspired by the painting below.
I decided the primary colors of the room would be yellow, pink and green. I chose a soft buttery yellow for the walls, and purchased some pink blackout curtains.
When you walk in Jenna's closet is to the right. I framed some cute critters above her closet doors.
The nursery is quite small, so I knew both a changing table and a dresser wouldn't fit. We put our current changing table downstairs (so smart with a two story house!). Then I searched craigslist until I found the perfect combination changing table/dresser. It fits her diapers and all her clothes from Newborn through 9 months.
A picket fence and flowers that I painted.
Ryan wanted to paint something for Jenna's room so I let him pick out a bird house to paint.
My mother-in-law stenciled flowers along the wall under the window and Adam attached the white picket fence to the wall. I love how it turned out!
I painted the letters to go along with the color scheme for the room.
Little flowers along the bottom of her bedskirt. (I got her bedding on a final sale clearance from the Land of Nod)
And finally, the cutest part of the nursery. Little miss Jenna Mae doing what she does best....sleeping!