- A Project For: Emerson Grace
- Age: Due Sept. 2, 2012
- Location: Alpharetta, GA
A girly room without too much pink
Tiffany's blue with vintage furniture revamped to fit our needs for the nursery.
Vintage with a modern twist
Bedding: Pottery Barn bed skirt new with tags via ebay-- major savings! The rest is from Babies"r"us.
Chandelier: Planned to use the ultra cheap Ikea version, but it was only wired with a wall plug. We went with this one instead- http://www.lampsplus.com/products/possini-euro-white-flower-19-and-one-half-inch-wide-pendant-chandelier__13022.html
Crib: target.com (gift)
Mirror: Rooms to Go Outlet, $29 & spray painted white. Monogram decal was compliments of my awesome sister who makes them!
Chair & Ottoman: Buy Buy Baby-- Love it! This chair rocks, glides, & reclines! Major splurge, but you can use their 20% off coupons on each piece.
Dresser & Chest of Drawers: old family furniture cleaned up with new glass knobs-- new set of 24 via ebay for $48
Vintage Gossip Bench: Purchased from local shabby & chic store in the perfect color for $65. Painted the door with chalk board paint & plan to use chalk board markers (best find EVER!) to write messages to our sweet little girl.
Drapes: Loved the Pottery Barn Kids version, but found a close replica at target for $17.99 a panel (vs. $99 at PBK)
Roman Shades: Made with sheers from target with blackout drape material & ribbon from Joanne's
Small Table by Chair: Used left over sheer material from roman shades to re-purpose an old end table
Wall Decal: Etsy
Beatles Graffiti Photography: Purchased at local art show with frame artist made using scraps from an old door
Giraffe Picture: Etsy
Rug: $19.99 from Ikea (already had)
Lamps: Found the elephant lamp at a yard sale for $3 (!) and spray painted silver. Made the shade. We already had the others.
Throw Pillows: HomeGoods & Ikea
This website was super helpful for pre-planning the room: http://babyproductexperts.icovia.com/icovia.aspx
Chair for sure!
Re-purpose other household furniture as much as possible & have fun!
Posted on July 22, 2012
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