The Nursery (part 2)

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We had to cut a hole in the plaster wall to get the white washed armoire up those crazy stairs. The landing was just an inch too small. Bummer!

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What’s one more whole to patch, right?

I also refinished a dresser with an attached mirror which will function as her changing table while holding most of her clothes. I found this piece kinda by accident driving home one day. I noticed there was a little country store just off the highway run by an adorable older couple who also sold a few antiques out of their tool shed.

Before

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After

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This piece is in great condition but I wanted it to match the armoire and feel like a set. I used the same white wash technique on the base. Then I changed the stain on the top from an oak orange to an expresso brown.

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Now that I have these two key pieces in the room it is really starting to feel more like a nursery.

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I still need to find a crib that we can get up the stairs. 🙂 Right now Cami Grace is sleeping in her pack-n-play. I also need to finish hanging up photos and art on the walls and do some major de-cluttering.

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This nursery just can’t hold that many toys. I will have to make some more places around the house for her to keep her playthings.

Do you have any ideas? Leave a comment.

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