Updated: Jul 25
We unexpectedly moved into a new home a few months ago. Don't worry! It was a great move for our family but that also meant we had to recreate our daughter's beautiful nursery. For the second iteration of her room, I wanted to take some of the same elements from her first nursery and bring them into her new room, but something more modern and easily transitional for the next phase of her childhood.
Take a look at some old and NEW elements!
As you can see there are some things that are very familiar to her first nursery. We didn't want to invest in new furniture just yet. So the furniture is the same. But there are a few new things. I've linked those items below too!
I cannot wait until we change up her furniture! I'm already imagining some of the new elements we want to incorporate for the next phase. Omg! She's growing so fast!!!
Are there any other parents out there that enjoy making changes as your children grow? Or does it make you sad to see them grow up and change!?!? Comment below!
Wallpaper,Chandelier,Hamper,Rug,Dresser,Name Sign,Glider (similar),Lamp (similar),Changing Pad,Curtains, Diffuser (similar) ,Curtain Rod (similar), Shelving, Large White Frames, Elephant Wall Plush (similar), Baby Monitor, Crib,Crib Skirt, Animal Wall Prints, Wall Mirror, Unicorn Bean Bag Pouf, Ballerina Art: Handpainted by my niece, Princess.
Paint Colors: Sherwin Williams Dani's Delight and Snowbound
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