With all of the excitement of the new IKEA store in Halifax, Nova Scotia I can’t help but join in on the craze!
Two years ago I was VERY pregnant right about now and was in full nursery organization mode… I had (of course) been on pinterest for months trying to determine the best way to organize baby clothes, diapers, wipes, receiving blankets and all the other stuff that comes with a newborn. I can across this post about Nursery Dresser Organization from Chelsea that became my inspiration for an organized nursery storage system.
Welcome to Little Dude’s nursery! While he is warm and cozy (and taking his good old time to enter the real world) we’ve had lots of time to prepare his room, library, clothes, etc. Although there are still some finishing touches, like wall art to get done over the next while. ? I didn’t think I would have another #maternitymonday, but here I am again at 6 days overdue! #littledude #baby #babymacdonald #babybump #vintageairplanes #silverdart #nursery #bumpfie #ootd #40weeks #41weekstomorrow #6daysoverdue
Little Dude’s nursery was not big enough to fit the 8 drawer Hemnes Dresser, but we were able to make do with the 3 drawer version quite well! In fact, we are still using the dresser 2 years later with a similar organization method…just bigger clothes and bigger diapers.
Here’s a look inside Little Dude’s 3 drawer Hemnes Dresser:
Facebook Live – Filmed/Posted the day before (Sept 26, 2017) the Halifax location officially opened
Little Dude’s Nursery Furniture
- 3 Drawer Hemnes Dresser (White Stain)
- 5 Drawer Hemnes Chest (White Stain)
- Sundvik Crip (White)
- Skubb storage boxes
My shoes for that: Sweedish Hasbeens Lacy Sandal
This post is NOT sponsored
I simply love IKEA products and wanted to share Little Dude’s furniture with all of you