It’s finally complete! I’m so in love with how it came out! Now all we’re waiting on is her…
View of the room from the hallway.
Mini gallery wall featuring the Mini Harper Painted Letter from Pottery Barn Kids, Sweet One print by Stephanie Ryan Art (found via Tumblr, so thanks to whoever posted it!), LOVE Block Letter Print from TheWheatfield, and an adorable soft bird bookend I found in HomeGoods.
And by total coincidence, the fabric on Owlivia’s chest is the same exact fabric that’s on the bird’s wing!
Loving the Good Read Book Caddy from Land of Nod!
Age Blocks from Jodyaleavitt.
The other side of the room…
Gorgeous curtain panels that match the bedding (photo below) made by a sorority sister in Amy Butler’s Soul Blossom Peacock Feathers in Blush, the most comfy glider on the face of the earth—Best Home Furnishings Beckner in Chalk, a handmade pouf cover knitted by my friend Allison (co-owner of The Knotty Sisters), framed scrapbook paper in the coordinating color scheme, Santa Ana Striped Green Rug from RugsUSA, and the Lunette Garden Stool from Wayfair. I should also note the paint is Behr Adriatic Mist.
The dresser that Eric and I refinished to match the bedding, with Liberty Victorian Glass Knobs and Pulls. The glass knobs coordinate with the finials on the curtain rod (Royal Velvet Avery Curtain Rod in Brushed Nickel), the ceiling fan pull chains (below) and the lamp on the dresser (below).
Westinghouse Acrylic Diamond Pulls, purchased at Home Depot.
Chandelier Table Lamp in Diamond from Target.
Repurposed Wood Growth Chart from TheVintageBeach.
And last but not least… tied with the painting for my favorite thing in the room… is the Fabric Pom Pom Mobile by MarigoldPoms.
That about wraps it up! I had so much fun putting this room together and am over the moon about how it turned out! I hope Baby P enjoys it as much as I do!
can you tell me some more about that ladder shelf in the corner?!
Yes, I can! Luckily I blog about every mundane detail of my life so questions such as yours can be properly addressed, almost two years later!
I purchased the ladder from “A Rustic Garden”, though back in 2012 it only cost $39.95 as opposed to the $59.95 price tag that it currently wears.
If you have any shabby chic, antiquey stores around you I would suggest looking there first. These kind of rustic ladders are not uncommon.