A Cowboy Nursery

Last week, I shared with you a nursery fit for a beach baby. Remember that focal wall? So cool. This week, I am lucky to share with you a cowboy nursery fit for TWO cowboys. Karli, a high school teammate and friend, and  freshman year roommate of mine, is due with twins any day now. She put together a nursery for her two cowboys that is too sweet.

Karli also has a delicious blog of her own, k.gourmae, where she shares delectable recipes that are wholesome, fresh, and gorgeous. Just recently, I tried her recipe for Bulletproof Coffee, and she wasn’t lying!

I love how Karli carries out this cowboy theme throughout her nursery, and throws in some personal sentiments and handcrafted pieces.

Above her changing table is this homemade sign. Rustic, sweet, and sentimental. Karli made this sign herself using a reverse stencil technique.  If she wasn’t going to be quite busy and very smitten with two young cowboys, I’d ask her to share a little tutorial on how she did it…

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She also has these adorable farm themed framed prints above each of her boys’ cribs. Karli found them on etsy here, and framed and matted them herself.






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And I love the Letter Hooks for each of her guys and the framed print on burlap (you know if it is burlap, then you know I’m in love).

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What caught my eye when Karli shared these photos, was the gorgeous dresser. I love the color and the cowboy themed knobs, which Karli swapped out from the ones that came with it. It is the perfect splash of color for the room. While Karli says it was a challenge to find a dresser/changing table to fit in her space, I’d say she kicked that challenge’s behind.

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And check out the gorgeous chair and ottoman she has in here for holding those sweet baby boys. Karli found this chair and a half, and thought it would be perfect for nursing, reading, and eventually it could find its way out of the nursery because nothing about it screams baby.

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And her husband, added shelves in the closet and constructed the built-in bookshelf in the room, which is crucial for a room, which will sleep two babies.

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Karli definitely had a challenge of fitting two cribs into one room and finding a multi-tasking dresser/changing station to fit, but she did so beautifully.

Thank you, Karli for sharing your nursery and congratulations!

Do you have a room that you tied together beautifully? I’d love to share it!




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