View from the door:
The bed was Eli's when he was little and I didn't get a 'before' picture, but it was a dark wood color. I painted it Valspar's Firmament (from Lowe's) and I absolutely love the color. It was exactly what I was wanting.
The quilt and striped pillow are from Kohl's. I love the green with the color of the bed. It's gray on the other side so I can switch it up if I want to. The chevron pillow I made using fabric from Hobby Lobby. I just hot-glued it around another pillow.
For the curtains, I was really wanting navy/white big horizontal stripes, but I couldn't find them anywhere. Any time I saw them online, they were diy. Like I said...I only sew if I have to, and I decided I didn't have to for these. I bought some cheap ($2.99/yd + 40% off) navy and white fabric at Hobby Lobby and had them cut 1/2 yard strips. Then I used some iron on bonding stuff to piece them together. Putting them together was easy. The hard part that made me say I will never make curtains again, was adding the blackout to the back! So frustrating. They are far from perfect and they may fall apart but they are done and I really like them. :) The tie-backs are just scrap fabric and I used a cup hook in the wall and cut a slit in the ends of the strip of fabric to hang it from. Easy and cute.
The big metal "M" is from 405 Imports in Norman, OK and the photos/art (Miller's first ever finger painting) I hung using a binder clip and a push pin...no frames needed.
Miller is modeling them for you. Any excuse to stand on the bed and not get in trouble. :)
The dresser was also Eli's when he was little and it was all that dark wood color that is on top. I painted it a light gray color....Valspar Sleek Gray, but left the top original. The two jute knobs on the top drawer are from Hobby Lobby and the others are the original, but I spray painted them Oil Rubbed Bronze. Another favorite things are the big photos. This one is 24x20! I printed it and then mounted it onto a piece of white foam board from Hobby Lobby using spray adhesive. Then I hung it on the wall using 3M velcro strips.
Misc. frames and pictures. The "You Make Everything Better" was a free download from Paper Coterie on Mother's Day.
The 'Miller' blocks are some his Gamma made him for his nursery. I still love them. :)
Old fan I've had in a closet for years, old Dr. Seuss books from a garage sale and 'M' block from an antique store in Texas.
Orange honeycomb lamp with burlap shade is from Hobby Lobby.
Stick frame from a garage sale:
The chalkboard was going to be thrown away at the church, so I claimed it. :) The brother quote is on a canvas that I painted with navy acrylic paint, then I used some foam stamps I had with white paint. The empty space next to it is waiting for a picture of Miller and his brother...when he gets here. :)
And...his room was this clean for about 10 minutes.
This is more like it. :)
Now....to get started on the nursery!!!