Last week I posted pics of the before and after job I did on the basement junk room – turned guest room. This project kinda happened along side it. The new nursery was formerly the office and getting it in shape was pretty intertwined with the basement project. Neither of these things were on my 20 Weeks of Organizing Challenge list. But I did them, so here is the second part for you to see.
Since this used to be the office and you saw how that changed already, these are sort of “during” pictures. Here you can see the three chairs that I’m selling on craigslist. The book shelf went downstairs to the guest room. The cedar chest under the shelf was packed and there were some blankets without homes. You can see that Rick’s work clothes are no longer in the closet, but there is a new hanging organizer in there for the newbie and a nightstand that went downstairs too.
Here are the after pictures:
You can actually SEE the cedar chest now, blankets have been organized (some donated) and the shelf above cleaned off. The afghan on top of the chest was made by my great-grandmother for me when I was a baby. I kept it stored all this time, but I finally decided that, girl or boy, it’s coming out and getting used.
The closet is cleaned out and ready for some baby clothes (some are in the wash, some I need to buy yet), and a hamper. I might (if I get ambitious) make a little curtain to hide my birth class supplies on the top shelf. but I might not.
This corner has the crib and dresser. I had that dresser as a little girl too, and I gave it a fresh coat of paint before H was born. I changed out a few knobs this week, since one of the old ones was broken. You can’t really tell in the picture, but the sheet in the crib has little lambs all over it.
I stole the idea for fabric in embroidery hoops from my friend Meg. Her nursery is SUPER cute… perfect to go with her new super cute baby boy! And the sheep and shepherd mobile is probably my second favorite item after the afghan. Last is the shelf-turned changing table. I’d like to get some picture frames put on the wall above this.
As you can see, it’s pretty simple. I’m still missing some details, like curtains for the window, a lamp… a few little things to make it feel homey.
This week, the Organizing Junkie posted about Enough. The bones of the space are essentially done. I’d like to get a rug and some cute things for the shelf and the walls too. But, the set up, cleaning and organizing is finally done. The rest is just details. That’s good enough for me right now.
beautiful! it looks nice a snuggly for a little one.
You Grand Grandmother really like the pattern for the afghan. I have a bed spread in the same patter and so does your Great Aunt Mary. Thanks for the memory. Love Great Aunt Betty in New Jersey.
You have been busy!