The crib: was a white Jenny Lind Crib I used for my son (bought on Amazon) I repainted it pink to match this nursery's pink accents.
Alcove twin bedding: White shabby chic sheets from target. A simple down comforter from the Pottery Barn Outlet near me and a Ralph Lauren quilt (that I already had) from Bloomingdales. The coral pink pillows are from Home Goods. Sheepskin pillow is from Target and bolster was made by Noni at DIY Slipcovers; the same etsy shop that made the chair slipcover.
Crystal bookshelf lamp: I was looking all over the internet for cute white kids lamps. Pottery Barn (both kids & teens) has some nice looking ones. Inexpensive too... nope. I just couldn't pull the trigger on paying $150-$300 (matching desk+ floor lamp). I could hear my husbands heart breaking whenever I'd bring up Pottery Barn. I ended up going into Home Goods and getting this solid crystal lamp for around $50. Not super inexpensive but I love the lamp and it will definitely have much more decor longevity than any of the pottery barn kiddo ones I was looking at.
The white floor lamp: You can find at Lowe's
The paint: Sherwin Williams Harmony no VOC paint (I really could barely smell it at all).
Blue walls: 'Swimming'
Pink closet doors +crib: 'Oleander'
The rugs: two sheepskin rugs from Costco.
The short white bookcase: Pier 1 (a long time ago). Though they always seem to have similar little bookcases.
Art: The two paintings were purchased at a local antique store. I also had a maternity photo of me printed. I felt a little funny adding a large photo of myself to the room. My mom encouraged me to have the print done, reminding me that it isn't just a photo of me. It's a photo of "the two of you." and something that my daughter will surely cherish. Especially as she gets older. "plus babies love to see their mamas." Cant argue with that. <3
The floral mobile: I made. I just went to the craft store, got two small wooden wreaths, flowers, greenery & ribbon. I used my glue gun and some heavy duty fishing line and (with many toddler interruptions) it was done in a couple hours. :)
Window treatments: I bought a coordinating silk fabric that I liked at Mary Jo's Cloth Store. Along with blackout lining. I had Doris at DP Devine Creations here in Greenville make the pinch pleat drapes and the pretty London shades. She did a beautiful job. They're both functional and pretty. I love how they turned out.
The cat. :D