Do you remember my little home dream book I mentioned a few months ago? Well I finally have a page in the book with zero tasks left to accomplish, and that page is Hadley’s bedroom. With (lots of) help from my mother-in-law, we finally have Hadley’s third (!) bedroom exactly as we envisioned. Take a look!
Because I love before and after pictures, here are a couple pictures of what her room looked like a few days after we moved in back in September.
We had our work cut out for us!
We painted her room “Silver Peony” by Sherwin Williams in a cashmere satin finish. One gallon did the trick! Like the rest of the house, I also painted and caulked her trim and window. We replaced the old brown doors and brass hardware with white doors and silver hardware last October.
Her balloon shade window treatment was ordered from Etsy.
“Sunshine” wall decor: Marshall’s
Chevron/Flower hanger: Hobby Lobby
Owl pillow: Marshall’s (similar here)
Light fixure: Pottery Barn Kids
The “Hadley” sign was made by my friend Bethy, and we hung it on two curtain tie backs.
I picked up this neutral rug from Marshall’s. It’s so soft!
I loved my mother-in-law’s idea to get a piece of wood and put wallpaper on the back of it. We then attached that piece of wood with finishing nails to the back of this little bookcase.
I love walking into her bedroom and spending time in there. It’s bright and colorful and perfect for our little girl. I’m so happy with the way it turned out!
Big thanks (again) to my MIL for all of your help. Your creative eye never ceases to amaze me!
Here’s a look at her previous two nurseries because I never blogged about either of them. 🙁
Clarksville, TN (Fort Campbell) – We put a lot of work into this nursery because we thought we’d be in this house until Hadley was at least 18 months old, but the Army had different plans. We moved away just four months after she was born.
Sierra Vista, Arizona (Fort Huachuca) – Her room in our rental townhouse in Arizona was small but so sweet. My time in Arizona (just five months) as a new mom was unexpectedly tougher on me more often than not, so I have lots of memories in this room rocking my baby just trying my best to do my best.