A Project For
Despite me being a quilter and my mother owning a fabric store, I couldn't for the life of me find anything I liked (or could afford). That was until I saw the "Little Kukla" line from Suzy Ultman. . . . **swoon** I am such a nerd, I actually wrote her a letter proclaiming my ultimate fan status to her work. She never responded. Hahahah.
The onion dome print that I used in the drapery panels was my launching point. I thought of cold winter days in Moscow, St. Basil's Cathedral, onion domes, and matryoshkas.
Eclectic, inexpensive, quirky, whimsical
All fabrics came from my mom's fabric store. https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Designer-Fabric-Boutique/227942903944799
Quilt: DIY http://www.etsy.com/listing/119001466/lantern-festival-quilt-pattern-by-fresh? (I altered the pattern a bit)
Bedding: DIY (there are tons of free tutorials out there!)
Curtains: DIY (don't forget your lining!) http://sewmanyways.blogspot.com/2012/10/how-to-make-lined-drapespicture-tutorial.html
Letters: http://going-ga-ga.com/ (check out the etsy site)
Pouf: DIY (I stuffed mine with sheets and scraps instead of polystyrene beads for safety) http://www.emeraldcityfabrics.com/servlet/the-965/Detail
Crib: Munire (gifted, thanks!)
Crazy looking cabinet: Free! Score!
Glider: www.giggle.com (a gift, holla!)
Chandelier: Urban Outfitters (goggle "gypsy chandelier")
Crayon lamp: Goodwill, crayons, glue ;-)
Matryoshka pillow: DIY http://restlessrisa.blogspot.com/2010/12/babushka-pattern.html (I made the hair and eyes match the baby's)
Sheepy rug: Craigslist
Decal: (I wish there was a medium sized one!) http://www.whatisblik.com/shop/explore/imaginary-castle
Mobile: DIY http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=222255.0
Hmm, maybe the little St Basil's music box on the floating shelf.
Don't underestimate what you can do yourself. :-)