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A few girly touches

by Juliemara
09.27.11

Slowly slowly I am getting things unpacked and into the babies room, here are a few pics of the girly touches that have been added…

The Bedding.

I am totally in love with it. I chose the fabric and had it made by a woman I work with.  The concept looked like this.

And the End result… Loveing it!

The quilts were a gift from another co-worker, pretty fab, right?

then the shelf was added and strategically placed so that in the event that something falls off it, nothing will fall on a baby’s head, in the crib or on the changing table. The shelf has a few things I couldn’t resist from the Carter’s gift line.

I got a set of three natural baskets with liners for super cheap from Micheals the middle size one in the changing table is for diapers, wipes and Boudreaux’s Butt Paste, which has come highly recomended

I love how the rug looks in the room, it’s probably a little small but these are the lessons you learn as you go. I think I’ll pick up a furry IKEA rug to fill the space next to the cribs and there is more to come for the reading nook. And the room will change and grow with the girls as the years go on. See that white frame on the back wall I have a fun plan for it, so be sure to check back!

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4 Responses leave one →
  1. Sara permalink
    September 27, 2011

    LOOOOOVE it. You are so talented. It looks like something out of a magazine! What a wonderful place to welcome them both. I can’t wait to meet them!!! We miss you here at work!

  2. Tracey permalink
    September 27, 2011

    The room looks amazing! the girls will love it I am sure.

  3. September 28, 2011

    Amazing job and so details oriented. Love it.

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