After months of searching for ideas and putting them all together, I can say this space is finished.  I had so much fun putting it together and now my little boy can enjoy his space for years to come.  This has been one of my favorite projects.  It's packed full of DIY goodness and bargain finds and I love each and every one of them.

I wanted his nursery to be fun and young but not so baby where I would have to change a lot as he becomes a toddler.  I kept the walls neutral with gray and added fun colors that can grow as he does.

Get ready for lots of pictures.


I'll post details on sources in a later post.  Right now, this little guy is keeping me busy.

DIY Nursery Projects:

UPDATE: For complete source list, click here.


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