Nursery Decor

LAST UPDATED: Apr 07, 2020 | PUBLISHED: Nov 11, 2011 | By: Julie Blanner
Lately, I have been hearing a lot of buzz, both positive and negative about Pinterest.  There is a lot of confusion to how or why it’s used.  Personally, I use it as my own personal inspiration board for each faucet of my life or room of our home.  I find ideas I love, pin them to the appropriate board and then when the time comes to decorate a particular room or bring an appetizer to a friend’s home, I’m not at a loss for ideas.  
I pinned the photograph above to my nursery board a few weeks ago.  While it’s difficult to see, I fell in love with the idea of decorating the nursery with heirloom items.  See those tiny shoes and bonnet framed above the chair?  I noted on the photograph “pin baby shoes in frame.”  
Last night, I came across two shadow boxes I had and in just a few minutes using pearl headed pins I had on hand, pinned a pair of my baby shoes in each shadow box.  I cannot wait to hang them!  This project didn’t cost a dime, wasn’t time consuming and fits the aesthetic I’m seeking for Baby B’s nursery.
The nursery is cozy, just how I want it!  The wardrobe has been passed down through 4 generations.  That comfy chair?  A Craigslist find before Adalyn was born!  
To see the completed nursery, click here.

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