After having two little girls' I seriously had SO much fun dreaming up ideas for a little boys' nursery. And what was even more fun bringing some of those ideas to life! The pallet wall is most definitely my favorite feature in the room and I am so grateful to Mr. Pack for making my crazy design dreams come to life! He's truly the best and super patient :)
All of the pallet wood and apple crates came from the old Pack Fruit Farm in Alpine, UT. I love the rustic feel that it brings to the room and it's neat to have a little bit of Pack heritage too! The crib was used for both the girls' and I just refinished it with some chalk paint in the perfect baby blue.
I plan on replacing the magnet board with a sweet picture of Yale once he arrives. The airplane and harley pictures are from Ross.
As soon as I saw this Restoration Hardware bedding I knew I had to have it. Isn't it fabulous?!
Sweetest pillow from TJ Maxx.
Curtains, pillow, throw, blue storage boxes, picture frame and lamp from TJ Maxx.
Frame from TJ Maxx. Faux greenery and pot from Ikea. Tray from Target.
The picture and dresser were in Mr. Pack's room all growing up. I love having some pieces from his childhood to share and grow with Yale. I reframed the picture in a barn wood frame that I picked up at Hobby Lobby. (And on the dresser, part of one of the knobs is missing and I'm on the hunt to try and find something to fix it instead of having to replace all the hardware.)
Number boxes from Ross. Picture frame from TJ Maxx. Faux greenery and pot from Ikea.
Glass Jar from Walmart.
Mr. Pack used to sleep with this beloved football every night. So sweet :) AND his number in all the sports he played was always #3!
This vintage cigar box came from my Great Grandma.
His room is ready! Now we just need a precious little boy to fill it. Often I just come in here and look around and imagine myself singing many sweet lullaby's to my little one. Only 9 more weeks and I cannot wait to meet him and see what he looks like!