Hello, world! I’ve been silent for awhile on the blog since Tristan was born. He is obviously my number one focus and I have enjoyed soaking up as much time with him as possible. I feel like he is changing every day.
Whenever I show pics of his nursery on my IG feed or Stories, I always get questions about where things are from, so I am excited to FINALLY be sharing all of the details today!!
His nursery has been complete for awhile and it’s by far my favorite room in the house. Probably because it is the only room in our new house that is finished/furnished so far, ha! I want to add curtains and a rocking chair or glider and those things are hopefully coming in the next month or two.
So, let’s jump into it! Below each photo I will share product details.
When I found out I was having a boy, I knew I wanted to keep the entire nursery neutral except for a possible accent wall. I ended up choosing this beautiful peel & stick wallpaper and am in love with it! It took a few hours for me to install. With a newborn, this can be a challenge, so I’d recommend putting this up before baby comes or have someone there helping you. My mom was there to watch Tristan and that’s the only way I was able to install this myself.
This changing pad has been one of the most clicked on items in Tristan’s nursery. Initially, I was surprised, but now I get it and I am obsessed with this thing too. It has great reviews and is a much cheaper version of the Keekaroo changing pad. I love that I can easily sanitize it by wiping it down instead of having to wash a cloth changing pad cover daily. Let’s be real, things get messy! The only thing that would have been better, especially with Tristan’s slow weight gain the first month, would be the Hatch changing pad. It measures their precise weight so you can see how many ounces baby’s getting at each feeding.
There is limited space in his nursery for books and storage, so I combined these two needs and used cute baskets to store toys and books for now.
Again, due to limited space, we used this Ikea Hemnes dresser as his changing table and to store his clothes and blankets. It’s worked out perfectly! The price point is amazing and I can see why many others have this piece of furniture in their homes as well. Now that I have it, I notice it everywhere!
Many have also asked about the details of his sign, so I will share here. It is the 18″ round sign in golden pecan stain. His name fonts & colors are: Tristan- simplicity, color 66; Kent- madina, color 58.
Let ms know if you have any other questions about his nursery!