Putting the twin’s nursery together has been so much fun! It’s been a collaborative effort between myself and my wonderful family. A few weeks ago I was put on bed rest and started to worry that the room would never be ready for the arrival of baby boy and baby girl. As of last weekend with the help of my creative sister-in-law and the hanging skills of my brother and husband…it’s done!
As with most home projects, the nursery vision began with a Pinterest board. Usually, ideas and pins just sit on my boards and never actually come into fruition. Enter my amazing sister-in-law, Toni! She had a vision for the room and got to work shopping the aisles of TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Home Goods, Hobby Lobby and Target. Not only does the room look amazing, but she was able to do it on a totally reasonable budget.
My sister-in-law, Melissa, made these adorable DIY pom pom mobiles. The materials that were needed to make the mobiles were two embroidery hoops, gray ribbon, paper pom poms in a variety of colors/sizes and a hot glue gun. Voila!
The matching dresser and nightstand brings the whole room together. Toni introduced me to a friend of hers in Rhode Island that refurbishes old furniture. When we reached out to see if she’d be able to take on a project for the nursery she told us she happened to have picked up a matching double dresser and nightstand at a yard sale that weekend. Talk about good luck! A week later she had transformed the pieces to fit perfectly in our nursery. Check out Giana’s Etsy site here!
We really wanted to keep things as gender neutral as possible while still adding a few pieces of boy and girl here and there. There are so many treasures in every corner of the nursery, but I’ll keep this post short and share just a few more highlights 🙂
I’m so thankful for all of the help I had putting this room together. I think the babies will love it ❤