Creating this nursery was a labour of love.  While Joel worked away on the basement, I planned and pinned for inspiration.  You can check out my ‘Baby Giles’ board on Pinterest here.

This gorgeous bunting was gifted to us from Finn’s Auntie and Uncle who are currently living in London, England, so unfortunately there can be no links for that. The wallpaper, however can be bought here.

Frames on the gallery to the left are all from Ikea as are the prints in them, which were a steal at 5 for $2 or something like that.  The bookcase is from the Hemnes collection at Ikea.  Grey bins on the bookcase are from Walmart.  Crib is from Concord Baby Furniture.

 

The fabulous faux deer head mount was purchased here.  Crib sheet is from Aden + Anais’ organic cotton line.  We also have the Into the Woods crib sheet, swaddle blankets and dream blanket.  Were I to do it all again, I’d buy Fine Little Day crib bedding, which is also organic cotton, in Gran from Rufus + Murdog  (link here).  Finn’s fab pinecone pants are Tiny Cotton purchased from Rufus + Murdog. Finally, that timeless heirloom wool felt figure mobile is from Petit Pehr.  Frankie the Fox by Cloud B keeps Finn company in the crib.

Leather reclining glider is from Concord Baby.  Curtains are from Ikea.  Side table is Beaver Canoe and purchased from Target before they left Canada (still mourning the loss of Target).  Owl table light was purchased at Walmart.

The dresser is from Concord Baby.  Diaper pail is Ubbi in white with the reusable liners for our cloth diapers.  Change pad cover is Aden + Anais from the Into the Woods organic cotton collection.  Storage bins beside the change pad are from Michaels.  The bin with Finn’s name on the front is from Thirty One.  The fox print wall hanging was made by Finn’s auntie.  Photo of Finn in the leaves taken by Joanna of Joanna Crichton Photography.  Both frames are from Michaels.

 

 


 

Those are the details.  If I didn’t mention something you’re interested in, please comment and I’ll add the detail.  Thanks for stopping by the nursery.