You all know I’ve been working on the church nursery for a while….well, I’m finally ready to show you everything!
Here’s what the nursery looks like now…bright, cheery and much more up-to-date than the old one!
We still have some bedding that’s getting the final touches put on it, a changing pad cover, and some pillows for the rocking chairs…they just didn’t get done in time for these photos, but it stills looks good enough to call done!
The little green rug, and the larger matching one, came from Garden Ridge….both were a smidgeon over $200.00! They remind me of grass, and feel amazing under foot!
I love how the artwork, and bins came together in the picture above! Each bin has two little Noah’s Ark tags with numbers on them….one stays with the child, and one goes with the parent. That’s how we know what child belongs to what parent! :0) They have to show us their tag to pick up their child with the corresponding numbered tag!
My favorite thing in the whole nursery is the giant color blocked giraffe on this wall! :0) You just can’t get much more bang for your buck than this $25.00 giraffe!
We still have to find a suitable paper towel holder, but I love the little soap dispensers I found at Walmart….the blue was just right!
Here’s another wall of storage….bins, cabinet with white erase board attached, canisters and shelving!|
I really love the chalkboard vinyl tags I cut out for the snack canisters!
Here are some Before & After pics:
View into the bed area and cubby….
Wall of hooks, turned into art and bin storage!
Wall of toys, into color blocked giraffe art….
I just love how it all came together!
What da think?!
If you weren’t able to follow along for the whole nursery ride, you can find the other posts as follows:
1.Beginning of the nursery
2.How to Make Safari Artwork
3.Painting and accessories update!
4.We have COLOR!!
5.Cute decorating ideas!
6.Cute hardware and accessories!
Blessings & Hugs!
Oh my gosh, you did such an amazing job!!! The kids must love it! And the parents must be so impressed! Great job!
Very well done. I have seen many church nursery's over the years that needed a similar treatment. You have breathed new life into the dated colors and design. Also, I like that you didn't paint the wood trim on the windows.
There should be plenty of happy smiles from little ones and their parents when stopping in for child care!! WOW, you and all the helpers are to be congratulated on a job very well done.♥♫
Missy- You did an AMAZING job. I would love to have my kiddo in that room. Fabulous!!!!! xo Diana
What an amazing change. Great job.
Missy, the nursery just turned out so adorable! You really did a fantastic job and I know the kids will love it!
I can't wait to hear about your big news!!! I hope we get to hear it soon!
As always, you did a fantastic job, Missy! Love everything you did...and it does look so fresh and inviting!
I love it! I think a church should be a beautiful place and you've certainly shown that in your work.
Beautiful nursery! You did an amazing job!
Amazing transformation Missy!
I love that wall with the artwork, bins and hooks! So practical AND pretty!
great job girl!
It looks fresh and cheerful and organized!
You've thought of some clever touches too.
WOW! What a difference! It's sooooo much more bright and cheerful! I love the idea of the rugs looking like fresh green grass, and that giraffe is wonderful. I also love the organization part with the bins. Great Job!
Hi Missy! Wow! What a beautiful nursery. Looks amazing.
I've been away from blogging for a while. Just visiting old friends today. Hope all is well with you and your family.
What a fabulous makeover! You have a lot of great projects here on your blog. I'm following you now. Just got back to blogging after 5 months and am enjoying visiting other blogs. I'm in the process of redoing many of my rooms and am looking for inspiration. Do you still use your cricut? I have an older cricut expressions that I would love to begin using again this fall. BTW, the green rug that looks like grass is a great touch.
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