A 60-70s themed room. Cozy, colorful, and custom.
Based off of a inspiration room I saw online (via LayBabyLay) about a year ago.
I'm very drawn to vintage and my husband is drawn to anything that he can build himself. We compromise a lot on colors, coordination, and structure. Clean lines with a bit of whimsy.
Tom & Jerry poster- Planet, downtown Wilmington NC
Suitcase side table- DIY. Suitcase & vintage luggage stand purchased on eBay.
Traditional black shelves- Target
Large rocker/recliner- Big Lots (black friday sale!)
Chevron pillow cover- Hobby Lobby
Camera Lamp- DIY. Camera obtained on eBay. Other necessary parts from Lowes hardware.
Photo lampshade- work in progress. DIY. Numerous online tutorials on this.
Vintage books- eBay
Owl mug- my mug collection; gift from a friend
Stuffed owl- handmade; gift from my mom
Crocheted monkey & giraffe- handmade by my mother-in-law
Custom wall decals- Etsy.com; LuxeLoft shop
Crib sheet- custom color, Etsy.com; ModFox shop
Crib bumper- fabric from JoAnn Fabrics; hand sewn by my mother-in-law
Crib- genuine Jenny Lind; craigslist (was never used)
Eames Dresser- vintage warehouse find (pure accident)
Vintage Dresser pulls- Etsy.com; HardwareSupply shop
Vintage Zenith Radio- Etsy.com; AprilLikesOldStuff shop. Refinished into a nightlight with blue LEDs by hubby, DIY
"E" monogram- Hobby Lobby
Framed books- hubby's childhood collection
White wall frames- Ikea
Chevron Urn- Target
White Ceramic Owl Speaker- saw this on pinterest and had to have it! WestElm
Chevron & Owl quilt- made by a friend, before she even saw the room! Now that's talent.
Camera Lamp (being a photographer and seeing how devoted my hubby was to the project)
Vintage radio/nightlight; by far one of the most unique pieces.
Chevron & Owl quilt.... Perfect finishing touch.
Follow your heart. When viewing an inspiration room, make sure to make it your own and take risks; don't follow every detail of the other person to the letter. Customization for your child and special touches are most important.
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