Monday, January 19, 2015

Traditional Nursery
















I am still working on finishing the nursery. He came 2 weeks early and we thought we could possibly be moving. We still have some blank walls and the mobile may be hanging on the door, but you get the jist. 

I wanted something sweet and traditional. There was really not a theme, but I wanted to incorporate puppies and old family photos. I also tried to buy pieces that would grow with him or I could use in another room. 

Source List

Acrylic Shelf |  We have teeny rooms and this was a great way to add storage.
Puppy Mobile | I totally copied one of my best friends, Lindsay. These are handmade and heirloom quality in my opinion. Shipping takes a while, but it is so worth it. 
Quilt | The quilt was a gift from a dear family friend. 
Puppy Rocker | This is probably my favorite thing in the nursery. It was a gift from my best friends at my shower. 
Jenny Lind Crib | You cannot go wrong with this crib. It is an instant classic and under $200. 
Mirror | The mirror came from a local antique shop, Robert Corprew Antiques. 
Dresser & Changing Table | These antique pieces came from a local vendor as well. 
Rug | Another local find. I found this remnant at Eatman's Carpets and had it cut for the room. 
Bunny Lamp | My mother in law picked this Kelly Rightsell lamp at a yard sale. 
Glider | I had this custom made, if you are interested in similar pieces please let me know!


These amazing photos are courtesy of Sara Logan Photography. She snapped them during our newborn photo session. I cannot say enough wonderful things about working with her. If you are looking for someone in the Raleigh area, she is your girl!

16 comments:

  1. So cute! I keep thinking I'm going to snap some photos of Sloan's nursery once I get one more thing here, hang one more thing there...blah blah. Her room is by far my favorite in the house though. I am looking for a mobile...love the puppies!! Duh!

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  2. So sweet! I love the colors you chose and the puppy rocker is amazing.
    -Lucy

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  3. I just hopped over from instagram. I'm not sure how i came to follow you but I'm finally making it over to your blog and I LOVE it! The nursery is beyond adorable, the buffalo check is perfect in there. Congratulations your handsome little boy!

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  4. Beautiful room! I love the fabric you chose for the rocker and window! The puppy mobile is precious. You look gorgeous as well!

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  5. Is it bad that I kind of want the puppy mobile even without having a baby? :) Congrats Jessie! I'm so happy and excited for you and this new chapter!

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  6. Love the pictures - it is gorgeous!!! I have the same crib and Lithuanian mobile (though mine is elephants!) in Charles' nursery. Still want to come meet Will soon :) XO!

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  7. The nursery is so darling! I love the puppy mobile and those acrylic shelves are excellent.

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  8. LOVE your dress! Where is it from?

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  9. Can you tell me where you got your dress? Thx!!!

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  10. LOVE the buffalo check curtains and chair. Do you know where the fabric came from? Thank you!

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  11. I'd love to talk with you more about the glider. Can you get in touch with me whenever you get a chance? My comments are linked to my email. Thanks!

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  12. Hi there! We are doing a similar look with a kelly green buffalo plaid for our blackout curtains and I was going to have a slip cover made for a pottery barn glider but would love to know the source you used for your chair if you are willing to share! lindsley.paine@gmail.com

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  13. Hi there! Love the nursery. Very beautiful. Wondered if you could also tell me where the dress is from?? Thank you!

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  14. So, I realize this post is now almost 2 years old! I'm in love with your nursery and am now on a hunt for the buffalo print! Do you know the name of it? About how wide are the checks? 4 inches or so?

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