The girls and I set up the beginnings of a work shop on our front porch, because after the crazy of moving, we couldn’t go one more day without getting out the brushes. The marvelous weather allows us to work on the lawn under the oak tree. And with such an incredible view. We can even hear cows mooing in the distance. Amazing!

We were able to finish three pieces this week. A curvy, girly shelf in Old White with a top coat of 50/50 Scandinavian Pink and Old White…

This cute table in ASCP Cream…

And a Jenny Lind changing table in Provence which awaits the final touches of fabric lined shelves and a custom covered changing pad. Since I’m not ready to show the finished table, here’s a peak at the crib…

It sits opposite a vintage twin bed in our foster room. Together they await the next little ones that God will entrust to us, if only for a season.

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2 thoughts on “farmhouse nursery

  1. Again—I'm in love! I created a vintage style (more…1950's?) nursery for my sweet 9month old baby boy. I have a jenny lind crib just like this–but I left it the factory white because I wasn't sure about painting it. What was your process? I love this nursery, and I would love to see more photos if you have them! ❤

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  2. I actually didn't paint this one. But I did paint the matching changing table in ASCP Provence. It turned out great and I could see it being a beautiful finish on the crib too! –Analisa

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