I am sure most of you have seen this light fixture on one blog or another. It is from Ikea and the moment I spotted it, I knew I had to have it. I was on a tight budget for this room, so the $50 price tag worked just great for me. It was a pain in the ass to assemble, but worth every minute!
I used the old curtains from my son's room (cheapies from Target!) and added hot pink pom trim (Hobby Lobby) with a hot glue gun. I LOVE the way they turned out. I am kind of obsessed with pom pom trim right now...
The hot pink mirror was one I found at Vintage Market ($35!) in Kansas City and my mom and I used acrylic paint to make it hot pink.
I desperately wanted to do a sheepskin rug in the room, but I didn't want to eat up my budget with a $300-$400 rug.The $74 Chevron option from Urban Outfitters will do the job and I liked the idea of using a bolder print on the floor.
The majority of my budget went into the wallpaper. I knew I wanted to do this on the crib wall, it was just a matter of finding the perfect print. I decided to go with this dainty metallic silver leaf print from Thibault. It is very feminine and I think a print that we will not tire of.
I re-purposed an old pillow with this fun pink and ivory floral print and the white pillow with pom trim as well as the JellyCat Giraffe is from Lauren Alexandra Bebe Boutique in Kansas City.
The diaper caddy is from HomeGoods
Shelf is an old purchase from Pottery Barn (we painted the insides hot pink)
My mom and I made the artwork on the shelf
The tiny boudoir chair was my Granny's that I had recovered with fabric from Calico Corners. The whole chair was $180 to re-purpose. I love it and hope our little girl will too!
This print from Etsy inspired a lot of the colors we used in the room. By The Wheatfield
I am obsessed with these Grey Baby Bloch shoes that were given to me at my baby shower!
Dress by Toni Tierney at Lauren Alexandra Baby Boutique
Amy Butler Lark Print pillow by Pillow Mio
Turqoise and white Flower Pillow from Hobby Lobby
Little Giraffe Hot Pink Blanket
For more details on the nursery and all of my resources visit: Projectnursery.com