|That's the dresser/changing table. See those pegs in the wall? They were hanging up embroidery hoops with fabric in them. I don't know why hanging them above the changing table was a good idea. Ill let you guess where they ended up.|
|When we moved back in the summer, I kinda just put up the crib and dumped everything else and never got around to making any order of it.|
|I made the ONE sign out of his baby pictures and used them as décor for his first birthday party. When we moved, I just hung them up. Might as well enjoy them instead of stuffing them in a closet. Complete waste of a wall.|
|Believe it or not, that book shelf is pretty organized compared to what it once was.|
This right here was what I was probably the most excited about. I searched high and low for "picture ledges". They come from IKEA. Of course I paid an arm and a leg to have them shipped here but I didn't care. Other companies don't make them in that length and in white. They are perfect for babies/toddlers to use as a bookshelf! Most toddlers lack the hand eye coordination to shove a book in a bookshelf without tearing up the book. I also love that you can SEE the book! Seriously, I might be in love with a bookshelf, I love it so much. IKEA definitely ranks on my top 5 fav places to shop! Also moved the embroidery hoops from the changing table to above the bookshelves, out of reach.
My dad made the coat hooks. I know right? Like used a saw and some glue and actually made them. I just think that is so cool. I wish I had tool skills. He made them for our laundry room when I was a kid. My parents weren't using it anymore so it got handed down. I painted it blue. I actually didn't want it to be that dark, but that's how it turned out. I bought the galvanized buckets at Hobby Lobby. I put crayons and play-doh in the buckets for quick access to art supplies.
I feel like his room looks so big! and inviting!
|Im such an awesome blogger, I don't know how to rotate pictures. Damn you Windows 8.|