Baby Nursery

Putting together a nursery, either for your own child or someone else’s, is always such a huge task. Not only is this going to be the room for a baby, but it’s going to be a tiny humans FIRST ROOM! I was honored to take on the task of putting together a beautiful space for my sister and brother-in-laws soon to be daughter. Click here to read a 11 tips to installing board and batten, that you might not know.

Board and Batten Wall Painted with Behr Dynasty – Cameo White

Material List for the nursery:

these are ACTUAL dimensions not nominal. so what your tape measurer reads when you measure the wood.
1/2″ x 2.5″ MDF on the vertical battens.
1/2″ x 5.5″ MDF for the horizontal baseboard
3/4″ x 5.5″ MDF for the horizontal top piece
3/4″ x 1.5″ (1×2) Primed Pine for the top cap.
I switched materials for the top cap because I wanted a square profile on all sides. MDF is usually rounded.

Nursery Wall Paint: Behr Dynasty – Chic Grey

Artificial Silk Olive Tree – Amazon

Tree Basket – Target

Boucle Faux Mohair Throw Blanket – Target

Chunky Patterned Weave Square Throw Pillow – Target

Gold Geometric Glass Jewelry Box – Hobby Lobby

Purple Glass Candle Holder – Hobby Lobby

Distressed Honeycomb Pot With Succulents – Hobby Lobby

Crib Canopy – Made from IKEA Curtains and Florals from Walmart — See tutorial here

Chair & Ottoman – Babyletto Toco Swivel Glider and Ottoman in Cream

Dresser/Changing Table – Babyletto

Lamp – Craigmoore Floor Lamp – Use Code HBH65 for 65% off valid thru 11/30.

Crib – Babyletto Bento 3-In-1 Convertible Storage Crib

Crib Sheets – Caden Lane Demi’s Dusty Purple Floral Sheets – Also comes in gorgeous wallpaper!

Oval Wall Mirror – Raphoe Mirror – Use Code HBH65 for 65% off valid thru 11/30.

Nursery Rug – Birdwood Area Rug 7×9 – Use Code HBH65 for 65% off valid thru 11/30.

Blackout Curtains – Amazon (similar)

Like always, don’t forget to follow along on Instagram @honeybuilthome for current projects!

-Christine | Honey Built Home

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