One Room Challenge Week 6: Nursery Wall Decor

Hello Friends!

Only two more weeks left until the One Room Challenge reveal! We’re getting so close, and are really happy with our progress so far. We’re pretty much done all of the bigger projects we had planned for this space, and now we’re just patiently waiting for some other decor and baby-related things to arrive!

If you’re new here, catch up on our nursery project from previous weeks: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5

This past week we put the finishing touches on the custom closet we revealed last week. We were waiting on a curbside pickup order of melamine shelving that we cut to size and added braces above the clothes rails on either side of the Aurdal unit.

We also started working on a mini gallery wall above the nursing chair and change table, with some really adorable prints from our friends at Opposite Wall! They have such an extensive collection of prints for every style and room, and it was actually so hard to narrow down our selection – all of their nursery prints are just so cute!!

Our plan is to add a few more things to this wall in the coming weeks, so we wanted to keep our gallery pretty simple. After narrowing down a few options, we cut out varying dimensions using kraft paper, and taped them to the wall to figure out the combination that would look best for the space. We ended up choosing three different prints in varying sizes, and two different frame types.

Poppy flower in Orange Line | Alphabet in Beige | Into the Tunnel 

I love how the colours in these prints work so well together and tie in with the rest of the space. I’m excited to add a mirror, and hanging plant soon to finish off this wall!  Opposite Wall was also kind enough to give me a discount code to share! Use JULIE 25 at checkout for 25% off your Opposite Wall order!

And speaking of Wall decor, we also added a little reading area between the windows using the Ikea Flisat shelves, and this tutorial by Kate Nelle. I decided to paint the shelf bases white to match the wall, and I sourced the cane webbing from a local Ontario shop called Levair’s Woodworking. I just love this little space so far, and can’t wait to keep adding more books and cute toys.

What’s left on the list:

  • Paint the room
  • Marketplace Ikea Dresser Revamp
  • Install a custom closet
  • Wallpaper Feature Wall
  • Build and install book and Toy Storage
  • Order window coverings
  • Install window coverings
  • Assemble furniture
  • Source and install lighting
  • Install Gallery Wall
  • Install mirror
  • Add rugs
  • Add finishing decor pieces & plants!

Don’t forget to check out the Featured Designers and other Guest Participants who are also participating in the Spring One Room Challenge!!





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