Decorating The Nursery With Photowall

Nursery changing table Hemnes dresser Ikea

I never expected to prepare for a baby amidst a global pandemic – isolated from family and friends, but here we are. With all the chaos going on in the world right now, I’ve been so glad to have a project to focus on, and now I’m excited to share it with you! I’ve always seen this blog as a virtual form of hospitality, and it’s my hope this little nursery tour will brighten your day. ❤ So with that being said, welcome to my home!

But first, here’s what the nursery looked like back in February.

It’s certainly come a long way! All the furnishings in this room belong to our landlord, so I never did much in here besides add clutter, lol. It served its purpose for the past year as an occasional guest bedroom/my closet, but was clearly in need of some attention. The wardrobe found a new home in Andrew’s office, and the desk moved downstairs into our dining room where I now work from home. We freed up more space for a dresser/changing table by positioning the bed on the other wall, and voila! We have a nursery!

I’m pleased to collaborate with Photowall on this post, and for the next month you can use clarimichele25 to get a 25% discount on any product on their website! Photowall offers plenty of options for their prints including canvases, framed art, and posters. I think their ‘Dawn By The Water‘ print over the crib really brings this space together. I wanted something to fill the back wall, but knew it couldn’t be too heavy since we have brick walls that make hanging things tricky. A poster was the perfect solution! Only one nail required to safely hang it.

I gathered the rest of the art and decor from around the house. The floral wreaths came from a bridesmaid’s bouquet from my friend’s wedding years ago. I bought inexpensive wire hoops off Amazon, and then attached the felt flowers with some wire. I love how they look in here!

The crib and dresser are both from Ikea. I’m glad we went for a larger sized dresser since it’s the only form of storage in the room. So far we’ve managed to fit all baby-related things in it.

There are still a few things I’d like to do in here before our baby comes, but it feels so good to have the nursery mostly ready. And since I’m stuck at home for the next six weeks, I plan to share more of our home here on the blog, so come back again if you’d like to see more!

This post was sponsored by Photowall.

All opinions are 100% my own.


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