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One Room Challenge: Twin Nursery {Week 1}

Today is the One Room Challenge kick off! I'm excited to show you BEFORE photos of my guest bedroom which will be turned in to Walt and Whitney's twin nursery. I still can't believe I'm actually going to have two babies....eek! I know I'm going to be spending A LOT of time in their nursery so I want to make the space calming and relaxing. Having a boy and a girl makes decorating a bit more difficult, but being a neutral loving gal, choosing to go with a gender neutral nursery was an easy choice!

Room details: Unfortunately this room only has one window and it doesn't get much light (I apologize for the bad photos, the final reveal photos will be much better!). We put a fan in the room a few months back because my husband is ALWAYS hot and wanted a fan in every room of the house. There goes my dreams of having a cute chandelier or pendant in the room : (.  The color of the room is Sherwin Williams Passive Gray, which almost every other room in my house is that color. I will not be repainting, because I hate painting and the color is neutral enough.  I painted the inside of the closet a few months back, but the door is super annoying. Maybe I'll change it out? 

I hope you come along with me on my 6 week design journey! Follow me on Instagram for more photos and check out my last post for nurseries that are inspiring me.


6 comments:

Christine Dovey said...

TWINS!!! Congratulations!!!! So excited to watch sweet pea's nursery come to be!

heather t said...

Congratulations on the little bambinos!! Can't wait to see your project come together!!!

Amy said...

Congratulations!

Amy said...

Congratulations!

Miss Louie said...

Ahhhh the room is coming together so well. THe beds are so cute and I can't believe how fast everything is happening!! congrats my love

Hollie Cooper said...

Twins!!! How exciting, I have a pair, a boy & girls too. They are almost 7! I loved decorating their nursery I mixed feminine patterns in more masculine colours with lots of white! I look forward to seeing the space. Hollie