I started working on this room two months ago when we moved to a new place where Emma can get her own room. Till then, most of the stuff where in my head and in my pinterest page, and I just waited to execute them...
I love black and white and I'm obsessed with houndstooth. I knew from the start that it would take a roll in her room. But I also wanted the room to be colorful, girly and fun, so I added few extra colors and patterns. Once I discovered the houndstooth stencil, it was no brainer. This was my kick start. There are few rooms in Project Nursery that inspired me. The one that inspired me the most was London’s Big Girl Room and the houndstooth wall in Shared Boys' Room :-)
Houndstooth Stencil: CuttingEdgeStencils
Changing Table, Closet, Bench, Chair: Ikea
Night Stand, Maroccan Pouf, Yellow Lamp, Hamper: Land of Nod
Book Rack: PB Kids
Rug: Rugs USA
Frames: Ikea, Target, Rice DK
Crown: Hobby Lobby
Mirror and Yellow Owl Lamp, Owl Storage Bin: Target
Swans Hangers and Yellow Hanger: Rice DK
Knobs: Leila's Loft from Etsy
Crib Sheet: CottageBelles from Etsy
Curtains: Target + Hot glued pom poms
Cage Lamp: bought the cage with the lamp from Stiched and added the owls from the crib's old mobile
Changing Pad Cover: DIY from this great blog
EMMA letters: DIY from this tutorial
Wreath: DIY from this tutorial
Pom Pom Pillow: DIY from this tutorial
My favorite item in the room is definitely the houndstooth wall. It was very challenging. My second place would be the changing pad cover. I love the two fabrics idea.
[…] girl. Just like Kelly, she posted her adorable pink and white room on the popular nursery site, Project Nursery. Inbarits admits that she is slightly obsessed with the classic Houndstooth pattern. When she […]
Thank you Amber!
Houndstooth is my least favorite of the patterns, but your worked it. I love how the room turned out. And I also love that there are so many fun and quirky details and accents.