I wasn’t sure if I’d do it, but after lots of emails and questions I decided I would. Most days you’ll come here to the blog for a crafty tutorial, but there is so much more going on over here…namely baking up a baby. For the last few months I’ve been carefully planning out the nursery space, and I’m gonna share this not-so-little project with all of you.
We are already so in love with this little guy, I think we’ll go ahead and let him stick around for a while…which means he’ll probably need somewhere to sleep and eat. I think we can handle that. This nursery is far from your typical baby room. Here’s the thing, we live in a condo in an area that we absolutely love. My commute is super short. You can sneeze and hit 30 different restaurants. The post office is down the street. I can walk to the grocery store. Oh…and Starbucks is a stone’s throw away. It’s awesome. Which means we do not want to move. Not now. Not ever! Condo living does come with it’s sacrifices, though.
Until now, our second bedroom has served as a craft room/guest room. You can check it out HERE. The time has come to renovate this room into something more baby friendly…but I still need space for completing all my blog work. Over the years, Damask Love has become a huge passion of mine..as well as my second job. This means, I’m not ready to give it up.
Enter Crib Meets Craft. My creative solution for combining baby with blogging. The space is going to be fun and functional, colorful and creative…and I can’t wait to share the process with you (and of course the finished product)! I’ll be posting my projects here along and you can also follow along on Instagram where I’m using the #cribmeetscraft hashtag. You can also visit me on my Crib Meets Craft Pinterest board to see what’s inspiring me. Here’s a look at some of my favorite pieces for the #cribmeetscraft room:
Of all the pieces that I’m planning to have in the room, I am most excited for that rocking chair and the new crafting furniture! I can’t wait to get them all here and start putting everything into place. In the meantime, I’ve got lots of shopping and planning to do. If you wanna see the play by play of this project, come visit me on Instagram…and if you find yourself in Miami, feel free to hit me up and come over to put together some furniture! ha.