Privet, Felicity!

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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.


Design Inspiration

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.

Decorating Style

Eclectic, inexpensive, quirky, whimsical

Project Details

All fabrics came from my mom's fabric store.

Quilt:  DIY   (I altered the pattern a bit)

Bedding: DIY (there are tons of free tutorials out there!)

Curtains:  DIY  (don't forget your lining!)


Letters:  (check out the etsy site)

Pouf:  DIY (I stuffed mine with sheets and scraps instead of polystyrene beads for safety)

Dresser: Ikea

Crib: Munire (gifted, thanks!)

Crazy looking cabinet: Free!  Score!

Glider: (a gift, holla!)

Chandelier: Urban Outfitters (goggle "gypsy chandelier")

Crayon lamp: Goodwill, crayons, glue  ;-)

Matryoshka pillow: DIY  (I made the hair and eyes match the baby's)

Sheepy rug: Craigslist

Decal: (I wish there was a medium sized one!)

Mobile: DIY

Favorite Items

Hmm, maybe the little St Basil's music box on the floating shelf.


Don't underestimate what you can do yourself.  :-)


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    I just love it! Our little girl is going to be a Felicity, too! Plus we are also doing a gray and orange nursery, fox themed.

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    This is so great! I adore it! I love so many details you took care of and am loving the nesting doll pillow! I think i might need to make one for myself!!!!

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