Wayfair You’ve Got Just What I Need (Which Is A Rug And A Coupon Code)
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Wayfair as part of their Homemakers program. All opinions are my own.
We watch a LOT of HGTV. My children have favorite HGTV shows (Evan likes Love It or List It, while Caroline prefers House Hunters). And if you’ve watched even 10 minutes of HGTV you’re heard that song Wayfair uses in their commercials and right now you are cursing me for getting it stuck in your head AGAIN. Rest assured I share your pain.
Now that Baby Linc is no longer a surprise baby, I can finally finish the nursery. I moved the older kids in together to give him a room – I might as well make it a NICE room. I am attempting to prevent Third Child Why Aren’t There Any Pictures Of Me And Why Did I Sleep In A Drawer Syndrome. (Current status: medium. He has a birth story but owns no socks) So far I’ve gone from this…
The good news is I’m leaving it blue. I like that color, it’s boy-friendly, I’m not even tempted to repaint. The bad news is NOTHING else matches. And I forgot to buy a crib. Oops? But thanks to lots of stuck-on-the-couch-nursing I’ve had PLENTY of time internet shop and I’ve narrowed my plans down to these two. First, a blue rug with a yellow crib:
Advantages: Sailboats. Who doesn’t love sailboats? Plus that yellow crib converts to a twin bed, so one day when Caroline gets her own room back (we’ll have the boys bunk together) she’ll have an adorable yellow bed.
Advantages: I could buy that chair and do charming monthly photos in it. I also like that it’s a little less nautical and more casual. I could even switch out the yellow rug for a jute or sisal rug to make it even more beachy. And that cute striped bedding can go on the twin bed still in the room to serve as an extra guest bed.
Disadvantages: I’m not TOTALLY convinced the turquoise goes with my wall color.