mostly done with my daughter's nursery in our new house. I wanted to do a color scheme of yellow and gray. I ended up throwing in a little pink and green here and there for contrast.
I painted the walls gray (Castle from Kilz) with a stripe of yellow (Banana (i think) from Valspar) and stenciled a design on the stripe in more gray.
Closeup of the wall stencil:
Here's the view from the door:
The rocker in the corner I reupholstered. It was ice blue velvet before.
Here's the back:
I still need to find some trim for around the edges, but haven't found anything matching yet.
Owl night light: (The moon lights up)
I repainted the outside black. (It was faux wood (brown) before).
Here's the corner with the crib (I apologize for the weird coloring in this pic):
I made the quilt and crib sheet from new fabric, the skirt was made with an up-cycled yellow eyelet lace curtain. I did not make the bumper.
Banner above the crib w/ Maddy's name made out of scrapbook paper and grosgrain ribbon:
Art in corner made from old window frame and vinyl cut on cricut:
Changing table area:
The dresser was one my mom refinished for me. Birds are more vinyl cut on cricut. Ugly bookcase for storage is covered with a thrift store scarf.
Lamp I redid (spray painted to match rocker, recovered lamp shade):
Art above changing table (Still a work in progress)
Knobs are drawer pulls from $1 bin at Michaels screwed into the wall (w/ wall anchors). Frame is from Creative Memories. I plan on putting pics and mementos in the frame (haven't had time yet) and hanging some other kind of art on other two knobs.
I would eat to hear some feedback on this. I think it's the most cohesive decorating I've ever done!
More details about individual projects are on my blog here