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Fischer's Nursery

Of the 3 nurseries I have decorated, I have to say that this one is my favorite. I spent the least amount of money and mostly everything I used was something we already had in the house that I re-purposed for his room. Everything just came together to create a wonderfully peaceful place that I can't wait to put a newborn baby in!

I have pretty much had his room ready for about 10 weeks now I just keep tweaking and adding a few things here and there. And let me just tell you, it's a good thing I did because there is no way I would have the energy to do it now.

Please don't judge me on my iphone 3GS photography. Also, the lighting is weird in this room so there are a couple you may have to squint to get the general idea. You're welcome.

This is the view from the door. 

This is just to the right of the crib, still the view from the door.

Up close of his mobile and crib.
I crafted the mobile from these string lights I found at target. I took off the little wooden "globes" and hung them with yarn from the same mobile frame I used to make Shep's mobile.

You might remember these from this post. They were a free printable that I found here. Still love 'em.

These are the frames/prints that I made. I first posted them here.

This is the view from the window/crib/chair. The empty frame will hold his canvas that I am painting with his verse on it.  Hoping for some energy to do that this weekend. 

This is Fischer's "dresser". Clothes are in the drawers. I will put his monthly pictures in the bubble frame.

Rhino pillowcase I made. I found a $2 sheet in the clearance bin at IKEA, sewed it into a pillowcase. I traced the rhino and painted it on.

I have his changing table in the closet. I hung up a curtain to hide some other storage stuff and I plan on adding a few decorative touches in there to make it a little more comfy.

There you go! Pictures just don't do it justice, especially my pictures! But, what do you think??


  1. You are wonderful and I'm so glad that Fischer's room is going to be such a fun, restful, safe place for him.