These oars I picked up at Industrial Revolution or you could get them from Supply and Demand in Hawksburn Village and I stencilled them and painted them.
The pups are from Jacadi and are the reason I chose the nautical theme.
My grandfather is a carpenter and made me this chair as a wedding gift six years ago, I used it for feeding Aston when he was a bub. The chevron cushion is from Cush & Co
The change table/drawers are Boori and were from when Aston was a baby.
This cute bandana bib added a little somethin’ to this otherwise minimal space, another hint of red was much needed. The dog rattle is again Jacadi. The star decals I got from Etsy.
The anchor is also from The Industrial Revolution, I think it was around $30
The toy box is Boori
The cot is Boori and the wall decal is from Etsy and is incomplete- his name will go underneath the anchor.
The lamp I picked up from Ivory boutique in Armadale and the side table is from Adairs.
I am waiting to use my Bella Buttercup luxury bundle, its a beautiful portable changing space for baby.
Well here it is, my baby boy’s nautical nursery revealed! I thought it would be nice to share it as I spent hours looking up nautical nurseries online and I thought for sure others would be hunting for the same thing.
I tried to spend as little as possible on this room and I think I did pretty well as all the furniture was from Aston’s nursery (he has his big boy furniture now) and I picked up the decorative pieces such as the lamp for $170, the anchor for around $30, the oars for around $17 each and the shelves and racking wall my husband put together for me for around $60. Like I mentioned, the babies name will be placed under the anchor in navy with red starts on either end of the name, so stay tuned for the name reveal- next weeeeeeekkkkk!!!! Yikes!
I am so happy with how this little room turned out and I can’t wait to bring the little tacker home and spend my days in there.
Hope you like it xx