- We made an plan of what we wanted it to look like.
- We purchase the wood; we purchased everything pre-cut. The long pieces are 48 inches long (purple), the middle size are 36 inches (green), and 12 inches for the short (orange).
- My husband used some wood cutting saw and cut a slit for the other boards to meet at perfect 90 degree angles.
- My husband painted all the pieces then connected the pieces with gorilla glue.
- Let everything dry.
- Placed Velcro on the back of the changing pad and on the top of the shelves.
Monday, September 7, 2009
Nursery is Finally Done
Al is now 4 months old, his nursery was mostly done a few days after he was born. However, there is one thing that has been unfinished for a while- our changing station. I saw this changing station on a room-makeover show on HGTV (I don't remember which one, but the link is to where you can find it on their website).
On the left side of the picture, this is the one the show made.
It was really different, not like anything you can get in the store. I thought it was great because 1-It looks cool, 2-It has storage and organization space, and 3- when Al gets older we can use it for a shelve.My husband built it, I asked him, and he built it. I think he really did it because it was an opportunity to be handy. He did such a great job. It looks so good. I am so happy with how it turned out.Here is how he made it.....
Again I am SOOOO happy with how great they turned out. I have an awesome husband!