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One Room Challenge: Twin Nursery Reveal {Week 6}

It's reveal day! These past 6 weeks have gone by extremely fast, but I'm so happy I took on Calling It Home's One Room Challenge. I'm so proud of the nursery I designed for Walt and Whitney (originally a guest bedroom), and I can't wait to bring their tiny little bodies home to it. I'm currently 27 weeks pregnant, and if they don't come by January 25, then the doctor will induce. I sit in the room often and imagine rocking them. Now on to the fun stuff....the final reveal photos taken by Austin photographer Kayla Snell. See the before photos here!

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Neutral Glider
Gallery Wall - Nursery
Ikea Hemnes Dresser - Changing Table - Jesse Coulter Blog
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Twin Nursery - Gender Neutral
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Felt Ball Garland - Jesse Coulter Blog
Photography: Kayla Snell
What do you think? I hope you love it! I have a few details that I still need to add; sewing navy pom pom trim to the curtains, organizing the closet, and adding crib quilts. I'll be posting more about my design process in the next few weeks. Thank you to those who have followed along these past 6 weeks. I would love to makeover my master bedroom closet for the next challenge this Spring, but I think I will have my hands full...we'll see. Head over to Calling It Home's blog to see all the final reveal photos from the participants. Follow me on Instagram for more design projects and baby updates!

SOURCE LIST:

Cribs: Ikea | Rug: Home Goods | Dresser: Ikea | Mirror: c/o At Home | Table Lamp: Home Goods | Ceramic Elephant: Target | Baby Moccasins: Old Navy | Wood Photo Frame: Target | Black & White Print: Jenny Highsmith | Changing Pad: Keekaroo | Storage Cart: c/o At Home | Wipes Dispenser: c/o Ubbi | Swaddles: Aden + Anais | Faux Succulent : c/o At Home | Diaper Pail: c/o Ubbi | Glider: Wayfair | Geometric Pillow: Target | Faux Sheepskin: Ikea | Moroccan Pouf: Love Ding | Storage Basket: Target | Blanket: JcPenney | Book shelves: Ikea | Felt Ball Garland: c/o GracieAndMarie | Geometric & "W" Wall Art: Made by my friend Katie |  Floor Lamp: Target | Curtains: Target | Curtain rod: Ikea | Plush Toys: JellyCat | White Embellished Pillow: Target | Faux Sheepskin Pillow: Ikea | Globe: Thrifted | Brass Trunk: Thrifted | Goodmorning/Goodnight Posters: Bethany Menzel - Free download | Wood Poster Frames: c/o At Home | Wall Paint: Sherwin-Williams Passive | Photography: Kayla Snell



34 comments:

Beth of designPOST Interiors said...

I did a boy/girl twin nursery last spring for the Orc so I can so appreciate how hard it is to create a neutral space that is still packed with non-gender-specific personality! That was a mouthful :) I absolutely love this space!

kcinteriors said...

How cute is this?! I love the Good Night and Good Morning prints above each bed - how clever!! Beautiful! Great work!!

Lindi V said...

The nursery is amazing! I love the artwork you chose! I'm sure that the family is thrilled with this space for their twins :)
Lindi @ Love Create Celebrate

Alecia Taylor said...

I like the mirror you found.

Jesse Coulter said...

Really?! That's awesome...I'm going to look it up now! Thanks!

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks! The prints only cost $3 a piece to print and the frames were less than $25.

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks Lindi!

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks neighbor! ; )

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

love this so much! the brass trunk and gold accents just make it for me- and that art!

Anita said...

This is lovely, Jesse! The color scheme is so versatile and classy. The globe, gem print and Ws are my favorite touches!

rajnialexdesign said...

Lovely nursery! Good job :)

Katy Byrne said...

Oh I love the good morning and goodnight art! Beautiful gray paint color! Congrats

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Tristan | Gold Lion Style said...

You were right about the gold pouf really bringing it all together! The color scheme you chose is perfect, I want it for my own bedroom!

Sam @ Away She Went said...

Nice work! I love the Good Morning, Good Night prints! I really like that mirror too!

Teresa {Life and Renovations} said...

This looks wonderful! I love how light and neutral the whole room feels. The signs over the cribs may be my favorite. I also love the felt ball garland. I think I'm going to add those to my nursery, too, inspired by you! Congrats on the twins! The room looks wonderful:)

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks! They were free downloads and only cost $4 each to print!

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks girl!

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks Katy!

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks Anita! I appreciate it : )

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks Cassie!

Jesse Coulter said...

Thanks Teresa! The signs were free downloads and cost less than $4 a piece to print! Ahh...gotta love felt ball garlands right!? Mine were customizable and are very reasonably priced!

Melissa @ Polished Habitat said...

Love the artwork and gold pouf!

Heather Peterson Design said...

So sweet! I love the same-but-different of the stuffies and the prints. My favorites are the little felt ball garland and that darling diaper caddy--what a great idea!

Karen at Home Sweet Hollywood said...

This room is adorable! Just absolutely perfect! Enjoy every minute and have fun with your twins! (mine are 28 :)

Cindy Hattersley said...

What a sweet space!! The neutrality of the space makes it loom large! Great Job!

mollie's mom said...

Such a sweet space to bring those babies home too. I love it all and the good morning goodnight posters are so cute! We have the elephant from Target in our ORC too :)))

A Designer At Home said...

That brass trunk and pom pom garland are awesome! I want them for my room- haha! The room is awesome! Way to go momma!

A Designer At Home said...

That brass trunk and pom pom garland are awesome! I want them for my room- haha! The room is awesome! Way to go momma!

A Designer At Home said...

That brass trunk and pom pom garland are awesome! I want them for my room- haha! The room is awesome! Way to go momma!

Erin @ The Organized Life said...

I love those "Good Morning" "Good Night" prints. And that chair looks so cozy. Beautiful job! Congratulations on the new arrivals (whenever they happen to arrive :) )

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

Hope you are feeling well. This is adorable and ready to be filled with bundles of love. Great job, and happy pregnancy.

SHERRY HART said...

Adorable! Love the soft colors.....congrats!

charlotte Lindsay said...

This turned out so so well. I hope that this space turned out to be exactly what you needed once the little ones arrived. The perk to having twins of different sexes is that the room does have to be neutral. It allows the home decor to be a bit more sophisticated than the classic nursery.

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