Our little Deacon is already 3 months old, I can hardly believe it! I figured it was about time to share our little buddy’s nursery (not that he sleeps in it yet, or anything 😉 ).
We were building our farmhouse back in 2014 when our second daughter, Andi, was born, so I never got the chance to put together a nursery for her. So when we found out Deacon was a boy, I went right to work designing his little room. I decided to go with a neutral, eclectic theme; something he can grown into, but still look cute… I mean manly.
I absolutely loved the way that Deacon’s nursery turned out – simple and comfortable.
In keeping with the general style of the rest of our house, most of the accents in Deacon’s nursery are vintage or antique. I love the rust on this “LOOK OUT OF THE CARS” street sign, don’t you? My mom and dad bought that for us as a baby gift.
Love this little space up above his changing table. Not only is it sweet to look at, but the little metal shelf has been functional for lotions, creams, and pacifiers.
And of course, for the Royals hat that he will fit into one day.
Britney with The Vintage Vagabond made this custom sign with Deacon’s name on it. I loved the way it turned out and was the perfect piece to finish off his nursery.
I loved the attention to detail on the side of Deacon’s changing table. I first saw this piece in an antique store, covered in table clothes and other trinkets that were for sale. We originally had another changing table in this room, but Eric ended up upscaling it into the vanity in our basement (if you follow me in IG, you can see how it turned out here.).
We are hoping to transition Deacon into his nursery later this month, as he still wakes up once or twice to nurse in the middle of the night. But until then, this will keep being a sweet little room for his naps and diaper changes.
Happy weekend, friends!