Smith Nursery

Many people have asked what colors I'm using in the nursery since we don't know the gender of our little one. I always say, "The sames ones I'd use if I did know the gender."  Personally I'm not really into the color pink or blue, so I'm excited to have things I can use either way. It's hard to get a good feel from these pics, but it's the little details that make if feel special.

We received some beautiful furniture from my in-laws. Of course I loved the "espresso" color. Who doesn't love espresso-anything right? (my child is going to be a coffee addict early on) We just have to get our changing pad to put on top of the dresser and the room will be complete. The pictures in the background were painted by one of my former students. She did a fantastic job- 1-to-2-to-3 sparrows. Precious.

The bumpers will have to go for the first few months, but I wanted to get a good feel for how they'd look. There are little trees on the inside and a design with giraffes and other little do-dads on the outside. The crib is 4-in-1 with a bottom drawer. It's amazing! Matthew put it all together himself. Such a great dad already!
Until we move into our house, oh... did I mention we bought a house? :)  It's been a whirlwind, but more about that later...we will just have our guest bed in the nursery. The owl pillow really ties it all together.
I love this mobile from Etsy with different owls and a moon and star; it really added the finishing touch to the room.
No our baby hasn't been born yet, but I know it will be even cuter than this little bundle.
These lamps were the perfect color for the room. Thank you Target. My girls gave this great little frame last week too. Can't wait to put our Baby's announcement in it.
How great is this basket with the monogrammed handle?!? So versatile. I love it. Thanks Su and Laura!
This was my first nesting project- giving baby a shelf. I think he/she will have plenty to snuggle up to.
After I pack our bags this week, we'll be ready to roll out. Can't wait to meet you Baby Smith!