When I was pregnant with Foster, we planned to have the boys share a room. We decorated our house in Utah accordingly, and then when we moved to California we did the same. 

But about two months after he was born, we decided that them sharing a room was better fit for their older years, since they were just constantly keeping each other up at night. So at Christmas time, we rearranged the bedrooms a bit and put Fos in his own room. 
About six months after the switch, I finally got around to painting the dresser, which was formerly a light oak color, and was Philip’s before we got married. And then about six or eight months after that I bought frames for the gallery wall. And then eventually I hung a few things. A couple of months ago I finally tackled one corner, which I showed here. Then, after more than two years of being an almost completely empty room, we finally got a rocking chair and rug, and the room was almost complete. A few final touches last week, and the nursery is finally done. Hallelujah. 
Now I’m so excited to share it with you — I love how it turned out! 
Merrick's Art | Bright White Nursury
Merrick's Art | Nursery Gallery Wall
Merrick's Art | Neutral Baby Nursery
Merrick's Art | Wooden Noah's Cruise Toy
Merrick's Art | Wire Stuffed Animal Basket
Merrick's Art | Rhino Book Ends
Merrick's Art | Nursery Gallery Wall
DIY painted letters (above the bed)
Babies R’ Us Crib (old, no longer available) 
Zebra pillow, c/o 
Green quilt, made by my mom

Play Corner Details, here

Target White wire basket
IKEA dresser, painted by me
Noah’s Cruise, gift from my mom
Lamp, c/o

Frames (purchased from ikea and Michaels)
– elephant, stacked cars, New York and London prints — IKEA
gold foil feather print via Bella Adele Co, c/o (giveaway coming next week on instagram!)
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