Having a baby is one of the most incredible events in anyone's life. Growing your family is exciting, and there are a million things you are trying to get done before the due date. Doctors appointments, showers, and baby shopping can take up a lot of time. With your new addition also comes the fun (and sometimes daunting) task of decorating a new nursery. If you’re a first-time parent, or you’re looking for something new, you can run into a bit of information overload with ideas and themes for your new baby’s room. Wallpaper, lighting, paintings, and even ceiling art can seem pretty overwhelming.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably seen some incredible rooms that look like someone hired a contractor to come in and design a professional space with accent walls and chic decor. Well, we’re here to tell you that you can do all of that yourself, without needing 10 years of experience and a license. In fact, with just a table saw, jig saw, nail gun, a level, a hammer, nails, and a few other common pieces of equipment, the nursery of your Pinterest dreams can become a reality!
One of the most desired designs is a reclaimed barn wood accent wall. The features, colors, and grains provide a natural warmth that is both beautiful and comforting. This can be easily achieved with a DIY kit from Vintage Harvest. Our DIY reclaimed wood kits make it simple and easy to create your desired accent wall. The entire project can be completed in 3 simple steps and generally takes less than one day to complete, so whether you want to knock it out as soon as you find out you’re pregnant or you wait until the baby is almost here, you will know that you’ll welcome your precious newborn into a happy, safe, and warm nursery.
Our assortment of DIY reclaimed barn wood kits and bundles can help you find the perfect fit for your nursery. From rustic white oak and ambrosia maple wood to mineral poplar, walnut, and our reclaimed wood pallet kits, we have plenty of options to help you find the perfect fit. Check out all of our reclaimed wood kits, and follow our blog for more tips and tricks for all of your reclaimed wood projects.