These last couple of weeks my design plan for the nursery has finally started to come together. I had a hard time figuring out what direction I wanted to go in. Instead of going with a room that screamed boy I simply wanted a room that screamed happy! Can’t wait to spill the details on my inspiration, but for now let’s revisit how the room looks now:
I think I’ve always wanted a happy feel to this room so I went with a bright blue and yellow color story with pops of navy:
At the time the only way I could get a little touch of lucite was in the form of a ceiling fan. I wasn’t in love with it at first, but for a ceiling fan it’s pretty chic.
Question for moms: Should I keep the ceiling fan for the nursery or can I swap it out and get something different?
Even though everyone we know lives near by we still thought it was important to have a bed and with the trundle bed we picked out the twin day bed turns into a full queen size bed.
Question for moms: Originally I was going to sell the trundle in order to make more room in the nursery, then I changed my mind and thought it would be good to have a bed in the room for napping/late nights. Last week though I changed my mind again due to storage needs. We don’t have a lot of space in our house and even though this room has built in drawers they are full of Jon’s clothes, because there is no room for it in our bedroom.
Ah what’s a girl to do? If I keep the daybed in the room then I won’t have room for a glider or a set of drawers. I could get a tall armoire, but it might be a tight squeeze in the entrance of the room.
Or do I keep the daybed and just move it into my home office?
Help? What should I do. I keep thinking I have all the time in the world, but September is quickly approaching and this little man is set to arrive in late December!