May16 Metal & Wood 2014

This nursery is a perfect example of how creativity and really good taste can bring together an adorable room without breaking the bank. My favorite parts are the sheet metal wall and the changing table!

Photography: Courtney Aaron

The wall: sheets of 1/16 steel cut by a local sheet metal shop in 2′ x 4′ pieces and brick layered
Shelf and changing table were handmade, changing table was adapted from this tutorial
Clock, vintage airplane, silver hippo, ottoman and mounted crates were from TJ Maxx
Red side table was from Kohls
Grey rocker was from Babies r Us
Lamp, yellow pillow and red bins were from Target
Vintage airplane mobile was from RH Baby & Child
Arrows and map we made: arrow tutorial

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