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Hi there!  I’m Jasmine Roth, creator of this Blog, founder of Built Custom Homes, curator of my online retail store The Shop by Jasmine Roth and host of HGTV’s hit show Hidden Potential.  I was also on HGTV’s Rock the Block, but I won’t spoil the winner for you 😉  Building custom homes in Huntington Beach, CA is my bread and butter.  I love all aspects of the home building process and finding ways to make homes as personal, functional and beautiful as possible.  Join me as we explore my projects, DIY’s, behind-the-scenes peeks, and tips on how you can design beautiful, functional spaces in your own home. Let’s build something together!

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Steal the Look: Hazel’s Nursery

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Steal the Look: Hazel's Nursery, The Blog by Jasmine Roth

One year after her birth and MORE than a year since I started planning this room, I must admit I still love Hazel’s nursery design so much!  It’s turned out to be a timeless design that’s full of texture, personality and room for LIFE.  I’ve posted this room so much – whether it’s been mirror selfies on Instagram, or DIY blog posts on the epic crate wall.  And it may or may not have been photographed for some top secret photo shoots… I guess you’ll have to wait and see what that means!  Anyway, it’s a good look, if I do say so myself.  So I couldn’t help myself in sharing the particulars with you guys in case you want to copy me (and I invite you to)!  Today’s Steal the Look: Hazel’s Nursery will show you how to build this look in your own home.  Now, this isn’t all the exact same products I’ve used because I bought this stuff well over a year ago and a lot of it isn’t available anymore.  But I tried my best to find you guys affordable things that achieve the same look.  Let me know what you think!

Steal the Look: Hazel’s Nursery

Steal the Look: Hazel's Nursery, The Blog by Jasmine Roth

Clockwise from top left: Faux Potted Palm Tree // Look What I Did Artwork Hanger // Changing Basket // 6-Drawer Dresser (Doubles as a Changing Table) // Turned Drum Accent Table // Round Rattan Basket // Natural Coffee Table/Ottoman // Jute Area Rug // White Border Jute Rug // Rust Colored Sofa

Pro tip for Hazel’s crib wall (below): That cool molding on the wall?  It’s just MDF strips.  I had my carpenter nail those into the wall, then we painted the whole wall one color, and BAM.  Instant focal wall.  I still love it so much!

The rocking pony is something I couldn’t link specifically for you guys because it’s vintage.  But I found one below that’s probably much more durable and just as cute!

Clockwise from top left: Macrame Rainbow Wall Hanging // Green/Blue Paint Color // Peach Tufted Organic Crib Blanket // Jute Area Rug // Rocking Pony // Mid-Century 4-in-1 Convertible Crib

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  1. Ella

    Hi Jasmine,

    I am looking forward a coach just like the one you have in this room! The size, the type of cushions etc. I see you have a different option but can you share where you found your original sofa?
    I’m actually looking for a deep green but the orange is amazing as well.

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