The Sweetest Nursery Redo

We recently had the opportunity to redo a room for a great customer of ours. She was changing a room that was her teen sons room, into a nursery for her first grandchild. We will go through all the steps we took to redo this room into the sweetest little nursery ever!

So as you can see, this room was once OSU themed, not quite right for a new baby! Before we came the homeowners repainted the walls. They also started the very unfun job of removing the border when they realized it would be easier, and prettier, to add crown molding! And to really add to the room, they added a barnwood wall. Thankfully, this customer has a handy husband!

While they were busy with the painting and barn wall, we got busy refinishing the furniture. This crib was pretty standard issue, nothing too exciting, but still in excellent condition. But, to go along with the look of the room, we painted and distressed it, along with a dresser they already owned. This way it looked cohesive and the room would look more put together.


It's coming together! The wall, which is actually flooring, made a huge impact in this space and helped create the farmhouse style the homeowner was looking for.

This is such a sweet spot in the room. The dresser was in pretty bad shape, but with a little tlc and some chalk paint, it looks perfect in the spot! The sweet sign, flanked by the corbels, make a great statement too. We love using items in an unexpected way, and hanging the corbels was a simple way to do that.

This piece is an old headboard. It was pretty grubby too until we got a hold of it. After painting it and attaching the hook that has special meaning, it looked great on the wall. It can hold pictures and memorabilia as time goes on. It's also a great example of using something unexpected in an unusual way.

Another sweet spot in the room. This ladder is so pretty and perfect for the farmhouse look, but is also functional to store blankets as well!

It all came together beautifully! Notice we added a few vintage items. If you like the vintage style, but don't think it will work in your home, it's actually very easy to incorporate the look in a space. We can add those vintage touches without overdoing it.

We hope you love this room as much as we do!