It’s week 5 of the One Room Challenge and this week I definitely spent more time on my Nursery, but I was able to accomplish a couple of things!
First of all, I finally narrowed down and ordered my bedding. It’s all from Target and I received the comforter but I’m waiting on the rest. I had the hardest time figuring out what I loved best, plus I wanted to stay budget conscious since I would have to buy 2 sets of everything.
Next, I put up my curtains which are from my old Nursery & from Minted. I have another matching panel on order for the middle part of the window. I also started placing key pieces, like my nightstand and lighting.
I also laid out my rug, which again was from my previous Nursery. It’s amazing how a rug can make a space feel so much more comfy and pulled together.
Finally, I started installing my existing shelves from my Nursery. I still have 2 more to go, but then I can finally start adding my wall art and decor to the space.
Here’s what’s left:
New bunk bed frame-Done! New mattresses– Done! New matching bedding-Done! Change curtains-Done! Change layout of the room-Done!
- Install new closet doors
- Install a new ceiling fan or lighting- I have it, just need to install.
- Makeover art easel & make a play corner
- Possibly add a new table & chairs, if I have enough space!- Not sure if I’ll have the space for this anymore.
- Add Decor and Accessorize
Again, a huge thank you to all my sponsors, without them this makeover would not be possible!
Finally, if you haven’t heard about the One Room Challenge its hosted by Calling It Home and the challenge goes on for 6 weeks where I’ll update you each week with the progress I’ve made. Make sure to check out the other linking participants HERE.
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