Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Elegant Baby Boy's Nursery

I'm going to take a break from Christmas-ornament-making-overload, and show you guys a nursery that I painted last week, before Thanksgiving. 

I used my Trellis stencil, and did it for the first time in a creamy white, on top of tan walls. This is a nursery-to-be for a little baby boy...

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I really loved how the ceiling was a pale, pale blue!

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here is an "in-progress" shot

When I do this stencil, I hand-paint each one on. It's really not a stencil process at all!

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loved that hutch and the little blue chair, too! His mama had some style - her whole house was really pretty.

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Here is a photo I posted to my Instagram account (kristenfountaindavis)
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Here are a few other rooms where I have done the trellis stencil:

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4 comments:

  1. Looks awesome! I really love the blue ceiling too. I have a question about the cabinet with the gathered fabric... I'm currently trying to do this in my china cabinet to hide my stash of goodies in there (lol) and I can't find a good way to make the fabric "gather" properly!! There is glass in the center and on either side of the glass door there are two panels that will have chicken wire with fabric behind it. I've tried gathering the fabric and stapling it as I go but that doesn't work, and I'm not sure about using a tension rod since I want to be able to access the cabinet. Any ideas??

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