Eleanor's Room

Posted on: Tuesday, January 13, 2015

I wanted to share a look at Eleanor's room, since I'm really pleased with how it came together, and baby rooms are just fun! Also, let's be honest, this is by far the most put together room in our new house. I basically just started with a few ideas (and a Pinterest board) and went from there: grey with a green accent wall, neutrals with a variety of colors, simple with room for change, kid-friendly.
 featuring Luna, our hospital bags, and the Rock n' Play where she'll sleep in our room
garland- Target this past holiday season, changing pad and cover- Land of Nod, "e"- Anthropologie, dresser and cart- IKEA
drawer 1- clothes and accessories newborn to 3/6 months, pacifiers, socks and mits
drawer 2- shoes, receiving blankets and swaddles, clothes and accessories 6-12 months
drawer 3- storing extra items (soap, wipes, diapers, pacifiers, etc)
prints from Hello Hue, Lucy Darling, and Penny Arcade (a comic strip/company Kyle follows- this is pretty much the one thing he picked specifically for her room!), cube shelf and baskets- IKEA, crazy cat clock my mom found up in Canada (the tongue swings)
using this unit to store books, her few toys/teethers (Sophie and Kiki!)/stuffed animals, and in the baskets are extra linens (changing pad covers, towel and crib sheet) and bibs; green basket (Target) to the right is for laundry
the little orb is a night light from IKEA over a year ago, teddy bear from Gap, knit kitty doll from blabla
print- Rifle Paper Co, whales- Cherry Garden Dolls, crib sheet- Land of Nod, lamp- Target
Boppy pillow, a collection of my stuffed moose (plus a bear and a moomin from Finland), wire basket storing a couple blankets
undecided about that "smile" print- it's from our wedding and was in our room (where it may return to)
two closets! The left one is just being used for extra storage, right one for baby things; rug from Rugs USA
I am undecided if I want a rocking chair/glider yet, so that will go by the window if we get one. 
This random shelf fit perfectly in this space, so I used it to display some cute and colorful items, and some of the clothes my Nana Rose knit for Eleanor! penguin and "E" Christmas ornaments from west elm, E and M blocks found at Spice Village in Waco. 
closet mostly storing boxes, packaging, and instruction booklets from all the baby items as well as some diapers, baby monitor, and stroller accessories; clothes on the left are up to 6 months, on the right up to 18 months. I need to get more hangers!

I'm looking forward to seeing how things change and evolve with actual use!

- S
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