Modern Industrial Nursery {the details}

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Thank you so much for your patience and sweet emails and comments about my son’s nursery. This has been the most fun space in our home to transform thus far and today I am going to provide the details for you…of his modern industrial nursery.
When we designed this space, I wanted to keep it simple but also wanted it to be stylish, bright, and fun. Everything in this room has a purpose…whether it be pillows for a reading area, a galvanized bucket for stuffed animal storage, a rocking chair to soothe my little man before bed time, or a few piece of inexpensive art that have meaning behind them and give warmth and style to the space. Everything has its place in his room. We do not have overwhelming amounts of clothes, toys, or extras…it is simple yet comfortable. In the coming weeks I will be sharing how to create a home and life of purpose and I wanted to start with this space.
I hope you enjoy this little tour and please feel free to contact me with questions. Enjoy!
Details:
Pillows: Handmade, Chevron Fabric-Hobby Lobby and Drop Cloth-Lowes
Board and Batten: DIY, Paint-BEHR Premium in Vermont Cream from Home Depot
Rocking Chair: Free from cousin {thank you!}
Cream throw: American Living from JCPenny
Ceiling Fan: Lowes

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Pendant Light: Free and painted in this post HERE
Light Cord Cover: DIY using Drop Cloth scaps
Route 66 Sign: HobbyLobby {use a 40% off coupon}
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Packard Sign: Free
Dark Wooden Frames: Michael’s
Letter G: HobbyLobby, painted to look galvanized
White Wooden Frames: Yard sales, painted white using Krylon White Spray Paint
Artwork: DIY from computer using picmonkey.com and google images
VROOOM Art: Scrabble pieces
Details:
Monkey: A gift from Scentsy
Dresser/Changing Table Combo: Costco
Dresser Knobs: HobbyLobby {use a 40% off coupon or wait until they go 50% off}
Curtain Rod: Lowes
Curtains: DIY Painted Drop Cloths from Lowes
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Crib: A gift from Costco
Faux Metal Arrow: DIY you can read about it in this post HERE
Cadillac Sign: Free
Crib Sheet: DIY you can read about it in this post HERE
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License Plate Signs: Free, Chain is from Lowes {in the hardware dept, you cut how much you need}
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Galvanized Bucket: Lowes and painted Gray stripe using craft paint
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Jennifer

Jennifer

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Jennifer is the founder and author of Blissfully Ever After, a lifestyle blog featuring the hottest and latest DIY projects, home decor trends, stylish crafts, easy recipes, budget living advice, and health tips. A former 9-5 corporate worker turned savvy Mom and Housewife shares her secrets of creating a blissful life {even on a budget}! Your one stop shop for all things crafty, life, and home!
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  1. says

    I just read your about page, and I’m hooked. Your first paragraph in your about page explains EXACTLY what I’ve been trying to figure out for the past 10 months.

    BTW, how did you do the Bead Board/planks/whatever it’s called? Is the insides of the planks painted white? Or is the wall painted white?

  2. says

    Autumn,
    Thanks so much for stopping by! We can continue on this fun journey together now YAY!!!

    The board and batten is just plain wall on the back {ours has very small texturing so it made it easier to install the wood over it} and then we used trim to trim everything out and then painted it all white. I actually paint the wall white FIRST, paint all of the boards, then install the boards, fill nail holes and gives all board faces another 1-2 coats of paint. It is so much faster and still allows for that professional look when finished. Hope this helps! :)

    ~Jenn

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