I’m so excited to finally share Huck’s nursery. If you’ve been around this blog a long time then you know our house is pretty small. We originally bought our house for the land that it was on with intentions of building something bigger one day but we decided a family sounded like more fun so we put it off. We were a little unsure of the logistics of two kiddos in 800 square foot but we decided to forgo a dining room and make that the “master bedroom” and move Whitlee into her “play room” so that Huck could go in her old room. The kids rooms are side by side so really they almost share a room but hopefully one day we will get around to building, so while they’re small, we get to do close quarters.
They say love grows best in little houses.
I have a love of all things navy and lately been loving all things tribal and boho so I tied all that together with a bit of woodland theme and that’s how Huck’s room came about.
We reused Whitlee’s crib since moving her into a big girl bed a month or so ago and things went from there. Special thanks to my sister in law for helping me paint, my mom for making the wooden arrows above his changing table, Tanya at June & George for the “be brave” sign and the deer head sign (not pictured), and my dad and some friends of his for the changing table. I love love how everything turned out and love that even though his homecoming may be delayed a bit, it’s all ready and waiting for him.
Baby Crib (Vintage Jenny Lind) | Similar
Crib Bedding | The Southern Pixie
Wooden Letters Above Crib | Hobby Lobby
Changing Table (dad made) | Similar
Wooden Arrows (mom made) | Similar
Be Brave Little Man Sign | c/o June & George Designs
Wicker Baskets | IKEA
Wire Baskets | Similar