The rustic looking frames are from Hobby Lobby. We used burlap to back this one and then nails to wrap the rope around for the clothespins to clip onto. It was perfect for his progressive ultrasound pictures!
This frame wasw backed with burlap and a peice of plywood do that I could hot glue the wooden letters that I found here http://www.craftcuts.com/painted-wooden-letters.html . The wall hooks are Willow House, if you don't know anyone that sells WH check out my friend Betsy at http://bhall.willowhouse.com/, she is awesome! The lanterns were ordered from Amazon.
The accent wall is made from shipping pallets! Here is an awesome blog with the how-to on the pallet wall. http://www.bowerpowerblog.com/2010/02/nursery-news-accent-wall/
I used to carry a sheepskin around when I was little so Brantley had to have one in his nursery! I think he will really enjoy it throught the years too! I found one here http://www.overland.com/Products/RugsCarSeatCovers-1156/RugsCowhides-1200/SheepskinRugs-1157/SingleAustralianSheepskinRugwithLongWool/PID-86002.aspx .
The curtains are chocolate brown blackout panels from Restoration Hardware. And my father in law built the awning from wood and tin bought at Home Depot. The tin was really shiny when we bought it but he spray painted it with a grey paint to take the shine off. We were really happy with the result.
The dresser was my father in laws when he was little. He distressed it for us and put on new knobs. There are a lot of great websites out there that show you how to do this. I think we used one that I found on Pinterest. We bought a topper from Restoration Hardware so that it could be used as a changing table. The clothes are hanging from a shower curtain tension rod that I bought at Target. Don't worry! It's really tight up there... not going anywhere (: