The popcorn ceilings need a serious scraping and need to be painted a fresh white (we'll probably do this before future baby number three) and the cribs really needed to be painted white for this space but If we have a boy in the future, I am not sure if I want to commit to that. Thats the theme of this nursery, un-sure and compromising. But it's okay, its still a sweet little space where my babies get to spend lots of their life.
This room was an AKWARD layout. One wall has the closet door, as well as random drawers built into the wall. Another wall is taken up mostly by a window, while another wall has an attic door on it (we just painted it the same color as the wall to make it blend in more (pretending it wasn't really there) and the only wall that is free space, is the wall the your back it to when you walk in, making a focal space. It was such a challenge, and adding not one but two cribs to the mix and an oversized chair made this a challenge that kept dragging out until finally, I had to accept that it was what it was and I didn't want to put a lot of money into it since they won't be in there long. The cute numbers and bedskirts are now gone as the cribs are in the lowest positions. The room needs a rug badly but again, I want to spend money on rugs that will work with the next baby, or in their future rooms, and I just didn't find anything that I was happy with to commit and make that happen. It's a cute little space but I am really looking forward to not making a unisex space :)
There is a play room right off of the babies room (perspective shown here)
Wall color: Barely Teal by Benjamin Moore
Curtains: Pottery Barn Kids
Glider: Pottery Barn Kids
Changing table: Craigslist
Cribs: Jenny Lind
Chandelier: Ballard Design Outlet
Side table: Used to be my great grandmothers (painted)
Canvases from a dear friend/family
Clock: used to be my niece's. Babies R us
In search of a lamp for the side table and a rug.