The nursery revamp for our next baby boy is complete and I am so excited to share it with you all. What I love about this room is that really not much changed at all other than the wall color and some new artwork that I switched around and hung up. This room is the perfect size for a nursery because it is not too big and has a really cozy feeling when you walk in.
For those of you that are new here this is what the nursery looked like when Rory was born. We didn’t find out the gender until he was born so I kept it very gender neutral. The walls were painted Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore and I love the way they looked in here:)
Here is the post on his nursery for you to reference.
Once I found out we were having another boy I wanted to lean into that a bit more this time around and paint the walls. I had been eyeing SO many different blue tones and ultimately kept coming back to smoke by Benjamin Moore. It really is the perfect combination of blue/gray paint color that changes with the light to create interest throughout the day. Here is the checklist of the few items I swapped out and changed in this nursery:
- Paint the walls a different paint color
- Pick out some new artwork and put the existing piece of art in our living room
- Purchased a cute sign from Etsy with a quote from the Sandlot
For $200 I was able to achieve this revamp in this room. The paint was probably the most expensive singular item as it is almost $80 a gallon now. Otherwise I purchased the artwork from Amazon and then purchased the frames separately. This is a great example of how much paint and and artwork can change a space without having to switch everything around in the room and having to purchase all new furniture.
Here are some photos of the nursery revamp!
I will post the sources for the artwork and frames in my next post for you to reference. I LOVE how this nursery revamp came out.