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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Kid Bedrooms

I wrote this post in May, but I'm linking up today (June 29) with the Kelly's Korner's home tour. If you're stopping by on the tour, welcome!

I've been meaning to post a picture of Landon's nursery since he was born.

He turns 1 this month (eek!).

So I'm taking this opportunity to make sure I remember what his room looked like while he was still (kind of) a baby.

Actually, those name letters were what was holding up the nursery picture post! It took me almost a year to finally make them, but they were SO easy. They're just scrapbook paper mod podged over some wooden letters from Hobby Lobby (bought at half-price, of course!).

The toy corner is a little bit of an organizational nightmare. Baby steps (pun totally intended).

I love love love cube storage! I still want to make some labels for each bin. I have all the stuff to make them, but it's just a matter of time/motivation.

Sheesh, talk about some crappy lighting here. And the wall hangings are too small for the enormous wall, but it's alright for now. My mom made the quilt on the rocker, and a friend made the baseball cross (with the Rangers logo!) when Landon was born (check out this link for more info if you want one, too!)

And while I'm at it, here's Avery's room. I rearranged some furniture and organized her toys (again) while she was at Mother's Day Out today. (You can check out this link to see what her room looked like before.)

My sister-in-law Chelsea did the amazing tree and verse painting (freehand!).

I've had the metal storage system since COLLEGE; it's awesome. The little baskets on the dresser are from Dollar Tree, and my super talented sister painted the canvas for Avery.

I'm no design expert (obviously), but I'm pretty happy with both rooms at the moment.

Now if I could just get our master bedroom under control. Whew, now that's a whole other post.


Rachel said...

Those rooms look great!! You've done such a good job giving your kids a beautiful place to live and play!

Natasha said...

These are really cute bedrooms. They are obviously for a boy and a girl but not over the top. It's totally my style!

Heather said...

Thanks for stopping by and your kind words, ladies!