So, ya . . . my daughter is 8 months old and I am only now posting "official" nursery pictures.
Better late than never, I suppose.
Most of the items in the room were given to us, thrifted, or updated with Spray Paint and/or fabric!
The ceiling lamp, rug, and a few of the pictures were the only new items I purchased (besides fabric of course).
I wanted a fun, eclectic look, rather than an ultra-girly explosion of pink, which is not my style at all.
The light aqua walls are my favorite!
I added yellow accents here in there: the small bookshelf, the curtain rods, a picture frame, a bench, and a mixed into the artwork.
The inspiration for the room really came from the fabric (seen on pillows and toy box) that took me forever to decide on.
This fabric was perfect for my indecisive nature since it has a million patterns on it! It is Ice Cream by riley Blake
I found the ruffled curtains ar target for about $15 per panel.
The giant A was thrifted by my mom. I made the LOVE sign. Hubby made the hook board out of an old drawer front and some knobs. The small table was my grandmother's and the dresser came from a local antique shop. The shelf is from Pier 1 (found on super sale and painted white).
I found the vintage tool box at the Three Speckled Hens show.
The roll top desk was my great-great grandmother's I believe and was given to me as a wedding present by my Aunt. I painted it white and the chair is painted Apple Green.
I up-cycled the globe and made the knick knacks.
The bunting banner is my favorite. I finished it about two days before Addie was born! I also looked EVERYWHERE for basic polka dot sheets (I really wanted orange) and finally found it on Amazon.
I've had the wicker hope Chest since my college days. The rocking chair was my grandmother's and we recovered the seat.
The mirror came from an estate sale and the A was from Michael's. I painted it.
I made the changing pad cover.
It is such a happy room.
I recovered the gingham lampshade.