Nursery Reveal! {Neutral Girl’s Nursery}

It’s nursery reveal day!  We’ve been working on this room for about 3 months and it’s finally finished and ready to share.  As you may remember from our original mood board, we were going for a neutral room {grays, whites, and creams} with a touch of peach {and an accidental bit of pink:)} and I think we did a great job of making that happen.  It’s nice and calm and relaxing.  Everything is put away and organized and ready for Baby H. to get here!  The only thing we haven’t shared is her name and it’s staying a secret until she arrives:)  You’ll see some square gray boxes on the wall behind the rocking chair in some of these pictures…that’s where her name will go once she’s here.  We have all the letters painted and ready to be glued on, but that has to wait for her:)  Ok, get ready for lots of pictures!



nursery crib


nursery coset


nursery dresser


nursery curtains


nursery bucket wall


nursery name wall


nursery buckets up lcose


nursery knobs


nursery dresser drawers



nursery bedding


nursery blankets


nursery book shelves


nursery changing table


nursery shelf


nusery window

Isn’t it sweet?  I absolutely love it.  This is the first room we’ve designed, created, and finished all at once and it turned out just as we imagined.  I can’t wait to bring Baby H. home and show it to her!

I’ll have a full post on sources for all items we bought for the room later in the week and a couple more tutorials to come, but if you missed any of the previous tutorials, you can find them all here:

 Mood Board

$13 Wainscoting Tutorial

DIY Blackout Lined Curtains

Painted Ikea Rug

Hanging Door Art {nursery scripture and quotes}

Nursery Scripture and Quote Printables

Storage Buckets

Easy DIY Shelf

Bookshelves Tutorial

Drawer Separators

Adding Wallpaper to Closet Door Pulls

DIY Live Edge Wood Side Table

If there is anything else you want information on specifically, let me know in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer!






These are the fabulous blog parties I link up to each week:

Tip Junkie: Tip Me Tuesday

Home Stories A to Z: Tutorials and Tips Tuesdays

Not Just a Housewife: Show Me What Ya Got

Hooking Up with Hepworths

Shabby Chic Cottage: Transformation Thursday

5 Days, 5 Ways

30 Handmade Days

Serenity Now

Tatertots and Jello: Weekend Wrap-Up

Beneath My Heart

East Coast Creative

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  1. Angela Jones says:

    The room is adorable and I can’t wait to be rocking sweet Baby girl in that comfy rocker and start reading her all those books!! Good job as always you two; could not be more perfect and she will love it!

  2. looks fantastic!!! baby girl is so blessed :)

  3. Love the room!! and you have sooo many great books there!! I have read most of them. You will have a great time with her.

  4. I love it! It is so pretty! Congrats on baby H and I know she will love it! :) Julia @

  5. Just beautiful! Well done! What’s the name of the paint color?

  6. Terry Armes says:


    I love your. Nursery! Can’t wait until she gets here.

  7. Sharon Siebert says:

    The room is just perfect! So full of love!

  8. so calm and chic. i love the curtains and the drawers!

  9. Love it, Jessie! Adorable! What is on the wall above the shelf above the changing table?

  10. This is adorable!!! I’m your newest follower ;)
    Jamie ~
    PS: I’m having a giveaway on my blog right now!

  11. This is an adorable nursery! I absolutely love the buckets with the burlap. It looks like a room that baby girl can also grow into. Congratulations on your new arrival!

  12. What a gorgeous nursery! It is so beautiful. This is an awesome room! I hope you will consider linking it up to the Pinworthy Projects Party over at my blog, Just Us Four.

  13. Great job, Jessie! So, so sweet and tranquil! : )

  14. Love how sweet and peaceful this room is :) Great job!


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