Bryson’s nursery is complete…well mostly!! I decided since I’m getting close to my due date I wanted to post some finished picts of the nursery. There are a couple of small details that still aren’t done but it’s close enough. We are still waiting for the log to dry out for the end table so in the mean time we are using an extra TV tray that I had. Also Tom still needs to put up the blinds in his room…other then that we are pretty much good to go!
Overall I love how it came together…I know I’ll tweak a few things here and there but for now it’s ready to go! I just need the little man to make an appearance so we can really enjoy the room!
13 thoughts on “Bryson’s Rustic Nursery”
you are amazingly creative! I love this!
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Hey Thanks! I didn’t even realize I didn’t have any contact info listed! My email is email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you!
I was wondering – would you mind sharing your process of how you made the chandelier/room light? Thank you!
Here is a link to my post about the light. Let me know if you have questions about the process! It was seriously an easy project but a little messy with the stain!
I found the pictures of your nursery on Pinterest and love it! I’m doing a similar cowboy theme for our little boy that’s due in August. Can you tell me where you purchased the horse prints?
Hey so actually I took the pictures myself on vacation in Colorado. Here is a link to the post on how I made them. You might be able to do something similar
Thanks! They are gorgeous. You’re a great photographer!
Aww thanks! I just take pictures for fun but I was glad they turned out so well!
How did you do the wood wall? Is it wallpaper or actual wood?
Love the look!
It’s vinyl flooring that looks like wood with sticky tab things to attach to each other. We first put plywood up then nailed it to the plywood. The flooring is from Lowes but Home Depot had something similar. The nice thing was that my husband could cut it with an exacto knife and didn’t have to use the saw.
What color did you use for your walls? This nursery is my inspiration for my “americana” nursery
Hey Rachael – I wish I could remember! It’s been 4 years since I painted his walls and I didn’t keep track of it. I’m so sorry!