Kid Room #2- Pottery Barn Kids Inspired Nursery Knock Off

Mason’s room.  When I started looking for bedding for Mason I looked for a room with a classic, clean feel.  I didn’t want anything super babyish because we needed his room to serve as a guest room also. Here it is:

Before and after:

 Yeah, those orange walls were nasty! (picture on the right by Courtney Miller Photography). I found my inspiration from a Pottery Barn Kids catalog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a picture of the in between (Asa’s nursery)

Here’s a fuller picture of the one above by Courtney Miller.

The bedding is from Pottery Barn and the crib bedding is from Pottery Barn Kids (it was a gift from my aunts). We used Asa’s crib and dresser for Mason.  They were given to us by Greg’s mom and stepdad. The name on the wall in frames was from Mason’s shower. The end table was a garage sale find and the lamp was from Goodwill.  We bought the bed on Craigslist (it was almost brand new and we got a great deal on it). The bookshelf is Ethan Allen and was my grandmothers. The white shelves on the wall were given to us by Greg’s mom and Greg spray painted them white.

In the pictures below, the onsies with Mason’s name were from his baby shower.  They were so cute I just had to hang them on the crib. The brown shelves were some Greg built years ago.  They have been spray painted many times. The decor items on the shelves were all from the baby shower as well. One of these days I will post pictures of that.  It was SO super cute!

The curtains are also from Pottery Barn Kids (not available anymore) and were a baby shower gift from family, but we took them down when the house went on the market so we wouldn’t have to let the buyer have them.

To paint the walls we painted first measured the length of the wall.  Since we have a power box on the wall we couldn’t do the middle panel wider, we made all three panels the same size.  We measured in a foot and a half on each side of the wall to compensate for the electrical box. We divided the remaining space by three, and taped it off to create three boxes.  I then painted them blue and when it was dry, we added the trim and painted it white. Anyway, it was a little bit of a labor of love, but I adore his room! It’s awesome. I hope you enjoyed it!

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