Monday, August 23, 2010

the nursery (phase 2)

Remember how Adam and I embarked on this nursery project eight months ago?

Remember how I never posted the delightful results?

And remember how I now have a 4-month-old that rolls?

I remember.

But behold! Here are pictures of Margaret's cozy little nursery. I'm so in love with the room (and its owner). BIG thanks to Adam and my mom for making it happen.

Disclaimer: I'm such an average photographer (and I use that photographer term loosely) that the lighting and coloring on these photos is in no way consistent. My apologies ...

The main attraction.
From her bird bedding to the custom-made drapes (thanks Mom, Erin and Kara!) to the butterfly mobile, I love traipsing in and out of here a million times a day.

Kara gave us this sweet, sweet dresser.
I adore the butterfly decals on both the dresser knob and the drapery rod.

View from the top.
I'm a big fan of the lamp, the booties, the "Fancy Nancy" books and the bookends.
Oh, and the "I am a child of God" plaque makes me happy.

LOVE this changing table. (So does Maggie.)
LOVE the baskets.
LOVE the beadboard.
LOVE the bouncer.

Maggie HAD to have a cute laundry hamper. Obvs.

Pictures of the wee one — with green polka dot frame mats!

 Picture of the Salt Lake Temple — where it all began.
(And with a purple polka dot frame mat!)

Where the magic happens —
11-hour sleep nights and the cutest, comfiest rocker recliner (in pistachio!).

 And the best part of it all?
These two.

23 comments:

Kristina P. said...

It's so pretty, Bri! I love the purple and green combo.

Laurel said...

i can't stand how perfect this nursery is. and i'm so glad i'm a part of it ;)

Natalie said...

Love it Bri! My phone had an untimely death so I lost your cell phone number .. call me so we can get together soon! I must see the little lady!

Janes Family said...

It's so cute and perfect! I have loved meeting and holding little Maggie. She is so sweet and such a little snuggle bug. =)

Kristan said...

So cute! Love the temple cut-out. Love the pistachio chair (where'd you get it?) Love the colors.

Amy said...

So, it's been too long since I've been in that pretty little nursery. We'll have to remedy that soon. Love you.

Lindsay Griffeth said...

i love it!

do you mind sharing where you got the salt lake temple print?

Diane said...

A more perfect nursery couldn't be found. You and Adam did an amazing job. I can testify that Maggie loves her room--such a lucky little girl! Now what will be your next project?

ty and megs said...

too, too cute. maggie is one lucky little darling. for a million reasons.

Jill said...

Can we construct a word that includes fabulous and adorbs? Fadorbs? Because that is what it is! It suits her adorable little self perfectly! We have the same temple print (in pink)-love it.

Kara said...

It is a darling nursery and it is no wonder Maggie wants to stay there all night!

ali said...

very cute! I never was able to get a decent nursery together.

Erin said...

LOVE the nursery. You did such a cute job putting it together. Maggie is bound to have a ton of style just like her mama.

Melanie said...

I think I am in love. Can I move into her room too?

Juli said...

I have never in my life seen such a darling room. I hope its occupant appreciates it! =)

skinners said...

can you loan me all your helpers? SO CUTE!!! i really love the purple and green since it's not the typical girly pink. so cute and my favorite are the curtains and the chair. yay for pistachio. a beautiful room for sure. (and thank you for your sweet comment!)

Amye Kay said...

LOVE IT! Great taste, thoughtful accents. You are so creative!

SBK Stewart said...

Never disappointed with your posts! That nursery is AWESOME! It looks so pretty and so Maggie! (and her mom!) She is sweet and such a lucky little girl, love you! And nice handi-work Adam!

Craig and Carol said...

I can just imagine you sitting in that perfect pistachio rocker amidst all of that adorableness holding your sweet little Margaret and counting your blessings. These are special days, never to be forgotton.

Amander said...

I think I would like to live in that nursery :)

And I'm pretty sure that your lovely nursery is the reason she sleeps like a champ!

Chocolates for Breakfast said...

truly picture perfect! love the colors! love the occupant!

Jen said...

I love you. And I love the pistachio rocker. Clearly, she has a sweet mom who picks out pistachio rockers. I am quite confident you are the best mother e.v.e.r. xoxoxo

Heidelweiss said...

LOVE IT!!! This is how Lizzy's was supposed to look but never did (as it is actually an office and we couldn't be bothered to make it cute until she moves downstairs).

As for Laurel's book... Huzzah!!!