Hudson’s navy and green preppy nursery

Now that Hudson is over a year and a half old, I thought today would be a good day to finally share his nursery. Seeing as we have moved and he no longer lives in it…

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When I first started designing his room, the only thing I knew I wanted was thick navy and white stripes on the wall. My husband hates painting walls, so it was a mini-miracle that I convinced him to paint them :)  It quickly became my favorite wall in the house. When I was having a long night with Hudson, just looking at the wall would strangely bring me a bit of joy.

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His room was the smallest in our 1945 cottage-style house, so it was a bit crammed, but lovely. Because of this, I wanted to keep his decor simple and not cluttery and decided to go with a navy, white and apple green peppy decor scheme.

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I could not find any crib bedding I liked, which happened with Isaiah as well, so my mom and I made our own. I loved how it turned out!

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Of course, I had to make him a banner:

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I miss his sweet built in closet and the great view from his window. If you are wondering why the window is broken, these were taken during this incident.

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In our new house, his room is bigger and pretty much the same, with the major exception of my beloved striped wall. I could not convince my hubby (or our landlord) that it was necessary to undertake the stripe painting again :(

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Sources for everything in the room:

Crib, striped laundry basket, baby & diaper bins, valences & navy side table: Pottery Barn Kids

Bed skirt, quilt & pillow: me & my mama

Banner: me :)

Crib sheet: Serena & Lily

Changing table & glider: thrifted & renovated

ABC print: Sparkle Power (etsy)

Lamp: Target

Hudson hanger: LilaFrances (etsy)

Wonderfully made print: Blossom & Vine (etsy)

Porter the puppy stuffed chair: BabyStyle (still mourning it’s closing…)

Giant push pins: Walmart

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