This is probably my favorite room in the house! I was so excited to finally take some pictures of baby Atticus’ nursery and share with everyone. We definitely had so much fun putting this room together. Home decor is a great passion of mine and I am happy to share this passion with my husband. However, we are not fans of traditional nursery decor. We always wanted our nursery to be based on woodland animals such as foxes, bears, bunnies! Also, we wanted to keep in neutral colors, gray, black and white with hints of golden-yellow.
You will find me sitting comfortably in the rocking chair because I love this room so much and the only thing that needs is the baby boy to be here.
Mishu is curious about this room, she definitely loves the rug!
Crib- Walmart (I know right!)
Quilt- Not Sew Strange c/o
Animal Prints- Coco & James
Camera- Nest Cam
Rocking chair- Ikea
Mobile, Plant Stand and Side Table- DIY
Changing Pad Cover- New Mom Designs c/o
Wall Decor- Hobby Lobby
Letter Board- Letterfolk
Milk Onesie- Cheerily
Diaper Bag- Fawn Design
This season my favorite thing to do is to be home. Home bound, lying on the couch and trying to decorate every inch of this home. Winter has finally come to Florida and it has been chilly outside. Netflix binge and Pinterest have been my favorite thing to do. Home decor passion has been on fire, IT NEVER STOPS. I also decided I am allowed to only buy cactuses and succulents, for the sake of plants lives. A little something about myself: I have always dream of wearing eye glasses. Call me weird, but I love how glasses look! I have always been in love with Warby Parker and dreamed of one day to be one of the “cool” people who wear a pair of their beautiful glasses. I girl can dream.
After everyone’s feedback I had to post an easy step by step on how to make this diy door mat!
- Mat (got it at IKEA for $5!)
- Fabric paint (color of your choice)
- Xacto knife
- Stencil with the word of your choice
First, cut the stencil with your xacto knife.
Second, pin your stencil on the area of the mat you wish to paint the word. This will keep the stencil from not moving while you are painting.
Third, start painting! I squirt paint inside each letter so it could be easier since it is a rough mat.
Fourth, let it dry for a little while.
Fifth, lift the stencil slowly off the mat and be careful it doesn’t paint any other part of the mat.
Voila! Beautiful masterpiece. I am so pleased with how it turned out! And it is so easy for anyone to make.
Hope you enjoy and challenge yourself to create something beautiful today!