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March 21, 2013

red deer lifestyle photographer ➾ our nursery

At long last, baby H’s nursery is complete!

For a list of places where I got certain items, scroll to the bottom!

Neutral Nursery

Neutral Nursery - ©The Paper Deer Photography - www.paperdeerphoto.com/blog

Natural Neutral Nursery

 

Crib:  http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/50213565/

Dresser: Kijiji

Mobile: I made with some scrap felt

Owl & Donkey: Stems – http://www.stemsfloral.ca/stems/default.aspx

Wood Alphabet: Etsy – https://www.etsy.com/listing/68061039/wood-alphabet?

Baskets: Jysk – http://www.jysk.ca/elizabeth-baskets.html

Drift Wood: Random log on the beach in my hometown of Salmon Arm, BC (thank you Dad for carrying that for me!)

Sheep Pillow, Sheep stuffy & dark Faux Fur blanket: RH Baby – http://www.rhbabyandchild.com/

Antlers: Yarn Bombed Antlers – https://www.etsy.com/shop/YarnBombedAntlers?ref=seller_info

Deer Stuffie: Superstore!

Matching Rocking chairs: Ikea – (kids) http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/10116552/ (adult) http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/S79825193/#/S19805433

White end table: Home Sense

Old books: Collected during my travels in North Carolina

Lamps: Ikea & Jysk

Sheep Skin Rug: Home Sense

Quilts: Joy Prouty

 

Also….the drift wood is very securely screwed to the wall and the ceiling!

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Lynn 09:59 March 21, 2013 Reply
GORGEOUS!!! This is just gorgeous!!! Can't wait to see photos of the little one in that room!!
Ewan 11:37 March 21, 2013 Reply
Beautiful! Lucky baby! I'm kind of jealous, even though I wouldn't be able to fit in that bed.
Ewan 11:38 March 21, 2013 Reply
Beautiful. Lucky baby! I'm kind of jealous even though I wouldn't be able to fit in that bed.
Jenna 13:06 March 21, 2013 Reply
Yah for baby Hudson! What an adorable little nursery. He will be loved.
Gorgeous nursery! Great photos:)
Sara Garcia 14:19 March 21, 2013 Reply
Just beautiful! Look at that mobile! So COOL! Beautiful work.
Linda 20:53 March 21, 2013 Reply
What an adorable baby room!!!! I love the drift wood with the little rain cloud mobile hanging from it. And the little blue drop against the grey ones is perfect! You are a very crafty lady. I love your style and your little one will love it.
fran chelico 11:42 March 22, 2013 Reply
Oh my word!! This is the most beautiful nursery I have ever seen!! You have a very creative eye! Makes me want to have another baby :)
This is such a beautiful nursery! xoxo

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