Monday, December 1, 2008

Finally Finished (or at least about 98% done)

With the exception of getting the chandelier hung today we are finally done with the nursery! I still have a few little bits and bobs I want to add, but if she decided to make her entrance tomorrow I can finally say we are ready!
I made the doves out of a Martha Stewart wrapping paper that matched the bedding colors perfectly and just used painters tape to put them on the wall.

19 comments:

Meredith said...

Love it all, especially the blue pom poms, which I will promptly be stealing if I can figure out where to use them!

Leslie G said...

It looks absolutely beautiful!! I love the paper cut-out birds. So creative!!

Not Martha said...

Holly, the nursery turned out amazing! I have been waiting to see your nursery, since I love your style so much and have a serious case of baby fever-you did not disappoint!
Wow!!
You have a very lucky little kiddo!

Glorious Family said...

beautiful! simple and classy. i love it.

'dee said...

It turned out great, Holly! She will love her new room. Nice job.

Mommy Moreno said...

Its BEAUTIFUL!!! What a lucky baby :)

and you look great! so tiny! Cant wait to see pics of that sweet baby!

Lindsey said...

WOW! You did a fabulous job - the nursey looks amazing!!

*claire* said...

I love how it is Baby - without being overly baby :)

BRAT girl said...

Your nursery is beautiful! I love your style and the unique creative touches! It's the perfect space for your baby girl!

Erin said...

Drooling!!!!

Thanks for passing along Wendy Addison's name to me again!

Mike and McGee said...

It is beautiful. I love how it turned out! However, as the mother of a two and a half year old, all that white - especially on the chair - makes me cringe... because I don't think it's going to be all that white when your baby gets through with it. :(

McGee

F and G = Baby said...

LOVE IT!! It looks great! I am definitely doing those paper balls over our baby's crib as well..I love the way it looks (instead of a mobile) GREAT JOB!!

Holly and Sean said...

Thanks everyone, you definitely made me smile~

Mike & Mcgee, it really looks impractical but since every piece comes off and can be washed it is fairly low maintenance. I have 2 pups who love to track through the house with dirty paws and so far I actually find all our white couches, chairs and furniture easier to clean than other colors since I can toss some bleach in with the load of laundry.
But then again, maybe I will be kicking myself in two years LOL.

Mike and McGee said...

See Holly, you did the smart thing and bought the white sofa BEFORE having kids! I REALLY want a white slipcovered sofa, but the first time our daughter blew out her diaper all over me, the boppy, and the sofa (who knew so much stuff could come out of such a tiny baby???), my husband shook his head at me and said, "we are NOT getting a white sofa."

So, um, yeah, I don't think I'll be getting a white sofa or chair, slipcovered or otherwise, until our kids grow up. :) I hope that yours stays white post-baby because I'd love to be able to show my DH your blog and say, "see - we could do this!"

McGee
(also mcgee on the nest)

Molly said...

I love your nursery. Your baby is lucky to have you as parents

Leslie said...

so pretty, i blogged about it on my style blog here! hope you don't mind. i'll adjust the post to link to your blog!

joanna said...

I love the peaceful feeling to this nursery. Where did you get the dream garland?

joanna said...

So pretty and tranquil! Where did you get the dream garland? I'm looking for the very same thing for my baby girls room.

joanna said...

I love the peaceful feeling to this nursery. Where did you get the dream garland?

 
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