ORC WEEK 5 || One Step Closer to the Finish Line!

7:44 AM

The nursery is well under way but it's the final touches that make the room- don't you agree?! The walls are currently bare and I can't wait to start styling the room. We are waiting for the crib to arrive this week. So.......here's what we have so far!

But first, thank you to the One Room Challenge for hosting this fun 6 week challenge. I can't wait to view everyones updates!

The nursery seating is coming together! Although, I've moved this set up around at least three times now! I've really struggled with finding the best placement for the pieces in this room- I blame the hormones;) Thank goodness for FaceTime so I can talk through the room with my bestie Bianca!

I'm loving the mix of the sea grass side table and brass reading lamp from Lamps Plus- find the side table HERE and the lamp HERE - as well as on my source list below!

The current view of the crib;) It should arrive this week and I can't wait to get assembled and hang this fun vintage poster and my lovely picture light from Lamps Plus! And the FAB pillows from Smithhonig - there is nothing better then statement making pillows. Both of the pillows are exclusive Smithhonig designs and come in a variety of sizes. The stunning Shibori tie dye pillow can be found HERE and the plush navy velvet pillow HERE

**Cautionary Tale- I found this vintage poster for $12 a few years ago at an estate sale. Having it professionally framed meant it would be pressure sealed (yay for the paper laying flat!) and I could double mat it in a custom size but the cost was $215 So much for affordable art! Ha ha!! I have to say it does look amazing & thanks to Hobby Lobby it now makes much more of a statement. 

Last weekend's project was adjusting the height of the legs on this antique Asian sideboard. The husband added 7" legs to the base so that it would be tall enough to use as a changing table. I'm loving this comfy emerald green ottoman from Lamps Plus- find it HERE

Last snap shot is of an antique coal bin my parents gave me several years ago. It is being repurposed as a book shelf/toy storage. 

Oh! And check out the pretty brushed brass electrical plate cover from Liberty Hardware. We added these and I LOVE the finishing touch it gives to the room! 
Check out my live stories to see Brother's new clothes thanks to Janie & Jack Childrens Apparel! These cuties will be on display next week for the big reveal! 

I love how well made Janie & Jack apparel is- both of these pieces are a made of a nice quality cotton and have sweet finishing touches. Find the Blue Striped Jumper 1-Piece HERE and the White Linen Collared 1-Piece HERE (as well as in my source list below;)

Above are Rwandan baskets The Sparrow Studio sent and I'm thrilled to display them in the room! Each basket is hand woven out of fibers from the agave sisal plant.

The set of 5 nesting peace baskets are made of sweet grass and will be great for play time as they stack inside each other- each one opens up to a tiny surprise.

Side note- while these items are sponsored - I love the heart/mission of The Sparrow Studio- when you purchase any 2 baskets it provides a month salary for a mother in Rwanda. I have personally purchased several pillows and jewelry pieces from them and was thrilled to showcase their home decor pieces in Brother's room. Shop them HERE

The Updated SOURCE LIST:
Stay tuned for next week's FINAL REVEAL!! I can't wait to show you the completed and room!!!

Now make sure to check out the progress of other guest participants at The One Room Challenge!!


Thank you to my wonderful sponsors for making this room come alive! While several products in the nursery are sponsored the thoughts and opinions are my own. 










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    1. Oh Kelly!!! You rock and I can't wait to see this room next week!!!

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    2. Kelly I cannot wait to see it all come together and I'm dying to see the crib! I just bought a picture light too but yours looks so pretty in brass!

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