Our girl's room is a little vintage, a little modern and just a little bit of everything:). I really tried to create a space that would be transitional. My hope is to be able to replace the crib with a bed in two years and call it a big girl room.
The rug started it all off. I bought that before I was even pregnant. It was also the only brand new item I purchased for her space.
Eclectic. I love mixing old with new.
This room is one giant mish mash of DYI projects. Most everything was either purchased from Good Will, flea markets, craigslist or made from blog tutorials. We spent a lot of time repurposing pieces and were able to use a lot of what we had.
Chevron Rug- Urban Outfitters online
Coffee filter wreath- from this tutorial on this blog..
Lamp- reused from our old living room, Lampshade was thrifted (originally from Target)
Dresser- Refinished piece from Craigslist. Hardware is from lowes.
Crib- Jenny Lind, Craigslist find.
Crib Bedding- Restoration Hardware, Craigslist find
Three mirrors- Reused from my old dining room, originally from Crate and Barrel.
Pillows- DIY, made with Amy Butler quilting swatches.
Growth Chart- DIY
Milk Crate storage box- flea market find, added casters from Lowes to the bottom.
Giant Safety Pin- Hobby Lobby (Ballard has them too).
Pink chair- Pottery Barn Kids (Craigslist find)
Moroccan Pouf- Target, hand-me-down from my mom.
The ruffled curtains are my favorite. They made the room just girly enough for me.
Decorate as you go. Buy things as you see them. Eclectic style does not happen over night, it happens over time (at least if you are on a budget, like me).