Monday, July 29, 2019

The Nursery - Peel & Stick Wallpaper

It's been a little while since I last posted.  Mainly because our sweet baby girl arrived in a whirl wind (more on that later) and then we trekked a few miles and moved to Las Vegas, NV.  

It's been both challenging and fun decorating and setting up our home in base housing.  I do love a decorating challenge, especially when it comes in the blank canvas of white walls.  Recently, we finished the nursery and although most of it is similar to our set up in our last base housing, we tweaked it a bit with some peel & stick wallpaper.  


Being in base housing means that I can't make permanent changes, so I took a risk and ordered this pattern from Amazon.

The wall paper is incredibly easy to install.  Although it suggests special tools to apply, we only used a baby book to rub the wall paper onto the wall and regular scissors to cut and trim out the pieces.  

We've already started to transition our little one to her room during nap times and being in her room is one of my favorite places to be.    


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