the nursery – big reveal!

Finally I’m able to share baby G’s completed nursery! Please be aware, this post will be pics heavy!


94 thoughts on “the nursery – big reveal!

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  2. Jen

    Love it! Trying to make a shared room for my girl and newborn boy now – and had grey, yellow, tomato red as my main colors. This is great inspiration. I would love details on the curtain and crib skirt, if you don’t mind sharing….

    1. house36 Post author

      Thanks Jen! Of course I don’t mind sharing. The white curtains are from Ikea. I sewed the window valance and crib skirt. I used the Premier Prints Stretch fabric (Yellow Corn) that I found at Etsy. Soon I’ll be posting a breakdown of all the things in the nursery.

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  4. Madison

    What is the paint colour you used on the walls? I am doing our nursery grey and yellow as well.

  5. dorina vereau

    every thing, every detail in the baby’s room is precious, you really did a great job darling, and the most important your baby is now so happy and confortable sleeping there.

  6. jaime

    Love it! All the details are amazing! Where did you get the block letters? I’ve been on the hunt for “classic” baby blocks with letters and haven’t had much luck. If you don’t mind sharing that would be awesome! Thanks!

    1. house36 Post author

      Thanks for stopping by Jamie. I “borrowed” the blocks from our older son. They were a gift but I know they are Melissa & Doug. I googled them and found them here. They are the exact same ones!

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  9. Kristen

    This nursery is amazing! Can you share how you did the Chevron print? Is that section paint or wallpaper? Thanks!!

    1. house36 Post author

      Hi Kristen, thanks for stopping by. We painted the chevron wall. I’m not that good at giving tutorials but here I shared how we did the wall.
      Hope it helps!

  10. Amanda Eck

    OH MY GOSH-NESS!! Im in love!! what a beautiful room! I have a soft spot for gray & yellow! Love how you made the bed look more like a couch by adding all those pillows (and Im stealing that idea for my office/guest bedroom 😉 )
    It truly a lovely room! well done!!

  11. Megan

    WOWWEE! WOW! WOW!!! I love this room! It has so much going on, but it doesn’t compete with anything. I really love all the details. The gallery wall, the additions the wrapped frame, the bedding and the three large frames overhead, the cozy looking chair and even the little bucket of soft toys on the floor. So many fabulous details it’s hard to list them all! And the chevron wall? Phew! I’m tired even thinking of figuring out how to do that! Great job! Obviously, I’m a fan. 🙂

  12. tenille


    Love the room. We have a baby girl and we did our room in pale grey, soft yellow, hints of pink with touches of black and white. Love me some grey and yellow.

    BUT I FREAKING ADORE your change table – where did you get it? Please tell me it’s an online for sale kind of thing 😀


    1. house36 Post author

      Hi Tenille, thanks for stopping by. The color scheme of your baby’s nursery looks very nice. I saw some pictures in your blog. The changing table in our nursery is from Pottery Barn Kids. It’s called Berkeley. Unfortunately it’s not on sale. 😦

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  17. Ivette

    Nadia, I love the nursery I just saw it on I Heart Organizing, and love it. Not to mention your blog is beautiful and tasteful as well. Will you be doing a source list for some of the things in the nursery? BTW my hubs is also from Lima, and we have been dying to visit. I’m of Cuban decent but we almost cook Peruvian food in our house, LOVE IT!

  18. Sarah Gardner

    Popping over from Iheartorganizing’s reader space blog post! I thought I liked my baby girl’s nursery room till now.. stunning indeed!!!

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  20. Kelly

    Saw your nursery on I heart organizing and I must say “I LOVE IT”. I love the colors that you used. I ahve been wanting to redo our Master Suite and I love this color scheme. Can I ask what the paint colors you usedfor the grey and the yellow. These are exactly what I have been looking for. You did an AWESOME job!!!! Love your site as well.

  21. Courtney Rae

    I found your blog via iHeart Organizing. I absolutely LOVE your baby’s nursery! It’s absolutely adorable, and I sure hope I can pull off that wow-factor as well as you have with my newest nursery project.

    Despite all the wonderful things you have going on I was wondering if you could let me know where you got the white table with the two baskets? I’m looking for something just like that for my nursery project.

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  26. Maureen

    Adorable!! I have to ask, where did you get the pillow on your changing pad? it’s adorable and would match my bedding perfectly!! Thanks, Maureen

  27. Jennifer Walker

    I LOVE this room!! so much so that I am completely copying you!! i have been in search of your yellow elephant lamp and cannot find it anywhere. Do you know where I can find one — or are you possibly considering selling yours when you convert the room? 🙂 wishful thinking!!

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  30. georgia

    beautiful room. found it via pinterest. could you share where you got the wall racks for the books? i’ve been looking for some just like yours.

    1. georgia

      because i subscribed to comments after i left mine, i can see that you have been answering the other questions in the comments. but you have not answered mine. not sure if you saw my comment???

      1. {Nadia @ House36} Post author

        Hi Georgia, so sorry. I moved the blog to a different address in blogger. I just decided (literally tonight) to come back to wordpress again and I’ve been updating the blog and replying to recent comments. I was just about to reply to yours! The wall shelves are from Pottery Barn Kids. We got ours almost seven years ago (my husband got them when my stepson was little) but they still have them. Here’s the link: Sorry for the delayed response. Thanks for stopping by my blog and your comments.

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  34. Annette Looney

    Where did you find the soft sided drawer organizers? Those are exactly what my daughter is needing for the changing table.

  35. Newbie

    Your Nursery looks fabulous! We are planning to do the same colors..however we cant get the white color right. Which shade of white is this? and which brand?

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  37. Aubrey

    Hey there, LOVE your colors and practically everything about this nursery! Where did you get the bedding? I want to replicate this room for my baby boy! Anything you can give me to tell me where anything is from I’d be so grateful! Thanks and what a wonderful job👍


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