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Cameron's Nursery

We were team green, but I still think the nursery came off with more of a boy feel to it than a girl. I'm over my hippo bedding from Dwell Studio (Target) but have no ideas what to do next. I want to keep the orange accents, the yellow/gold wall and the khaki colors. Any bedding ideas you have would be welcomed! I'm thinking I would like to make a decor switch before he moves into the daybed.

The furniture doesn't match and that drives me crazy, but it is what it is. The changing table/dry sink has to be in the room. My brother, myself, my niece, my nephew, and now my 2 boys have all used it as babies. I love it! The Ikea shelf is so useful, but it only matches the chair. The chair was a steal because it was a floor model. I HAD to have it. I couldn't justify spending so much on a crib, so the crib is what it is. I originally had my heart set on a $1200 Handmade Amish one, however I'm so glad I didn't go that route once Alex discovered it was perfect for teething.

I have artwork that matches the bedding that my Sister-in-Law painted for me, but I've been a horrible slacker and have yet to hang it up, mostly because again I'm kinda over the hippo.

I missed out on Pinterest for my wedding, my house hunting, and both of my babies. So not fair! (First world problems, lol)



















This last picture is from Cameron's newborn shoot. I love it but can't believe he is that big on the changing table at only 2 weeks old. Credit: Alison Kamper Photography














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  1. I absolutely love the accent wall - its so bright and cheery!

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