Georgia's room is a mixture of things she loves and things momma loves. Georgia loves animals and books, momma loves pale blue, yellow, and vintage furniture.
We live in a newly remodeled 1930s bungalow so I wanted her room to be vintage-looking but fun and playful.
Eclectic, vintage, modern, no-fuss.
I don't think I bought a single piece of furniture for this room.
The headboard was actually an old mirror I found in someone's trash. My mom and I upholstered it in yellow velvet. I think it's the perfect mix of vintage and girly.
The mini-armoire was mine when I was a kid. I changed the knobs which were a sale purchase at Anthropologie.
The book bins I bought a few years ago from Land of Nod.
The nightstand was a garage sale find ($3!). Funny story...I bought it from our neighbors who were cleaning out the house after his parents had passed away. The table went in Georgia's nursery at our old house. Two years later, we ended up buying the same house. Now the table is back where it belongs.
"Don't Stop Make Believing" print was done by my friend and Interior Designer Nikki Taghehchian. Her blog is called Yellow Magnolia and she specializes in baby and kid rooms.
My favorite item is the headboard. If only it could be my bed...
Oh, and the doorknobs, which are original to the house dating back to 1934.
Don't try too hard. Just find things that you like and it will all come together.