Check out Part 1 of this DIY Vintage Nursery design to see how we painted the walls and installed a chair rail. In Part 2, we complete the room by bringing in all the furniture, including some thrift store and flea market finds and putting up a DIY cloud mobile and baseball bat clothing rack! We also gave big-sister-to-be a special princess corner in the outdoor patio!
Watch the video above to see the transformation and hilarity! Supplies and steps for the DIYs seen in this video are below!
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Shop the room:
- dark wood crib
- grey chevron bedding
- letter and number decals
- wood rocking horse
- similar wool rug
- similar wood drawer
- baseball bobbleheads
- soft grey basket
- chevron changing pad
- similar style vintage dresser
- 2 aluminum bats (these were fastened to the wall with wire, screws, and anchors!)
- vintage airplane decor
- similar style hammered drum table
- similar style light fixture
- soft aztec throw blanket
- wall sconce
- slow sign (this was fastened to the wall with wire, screws, and anchors!)
DIY Cloud Mobile
- Tear and fluff the batting into sturdy little cloud shapes. No two clouds are alike!
- Cut about a 4 inch piece of wire and twist it into a corkscrew shape with a look on one end.
- Cork screw the wire end into the cloud.
- Tie a piece of fishing line onto the loup.
- Screw your ceiling hooks securely into the ceiling.
- Tie the other end of the fishing line through the ceiling hooks at your desired height. Sweet dreams!
DIY Vintage Baseball Bat Rack
- 2 coat hooks
- wood baseball bat
- drill and drill bits
- screws and anchors to securely fasten the hooks to your wall!
- Using a drill bit a little smaller than the screws on your hooks, drill into the baseball bat where you want to secure the hooks.
- Fasten the hooks into the wall with the screws and anchors!
- Style with tiny coat hangers and some cute baby clothes!
Princess Patio Corner with DIY Hopscotch
- BEHR Premium DeckOver in Wildflower
- All-In-One Wood Cleaner
- sand paper
- electric sander (if needed)
- paint brush
- scrub brush
- painter’s tape
- sidewalk chalk (for the hopscotch!)
- Prep your wood or deck by sanding
- Clean wood with water and rag
- Scrub wood with diluted deck cleaner, rinse and let dry.
- For hopscotch: measure and tape off hopscotch outline using painters tape and a measuring tape. I made each square a foot.
- Paint the wood or deck (within the painter’s tape lines for hopscotch) with the DeckOver and let dry! Tip: use a thick coat as it helps fill in any indents in the wood.
- For hopscotch: draw in your numbers with the sidewalk chalk or you could paint them for a permanent result.
What do you think? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below!