Saturday, December 18, 2010

Violet's nursery

Just a few more finishing touches, and little Violet's nursery is finished! I love the final look of the room, and it turned out pretty close to my original ideas.
I was hoping for a space for a little girl to feel like a little girl, a place she can grow into and hopefully let her imagination run wild. I wanted a vintage feel but with some fresh pops of colour to keep it lively. I also loved the idea of incorporating a woodland vibe, so there are little forest friends and flowers throughout the room.


click here to see the rest of the photos! :)


now I just need little miss Violet to arrive!



DIY projects:
- branch with cherry blossoms made of felt, and a pearl bead
- "V" made of white cordoruy and pink cotton, stuffed
- refinished the furniture:
- dressers painted first aqua to match the wall then white washed over, then new hardware
- green table spray painted (on top of a paper stencil I cut and glued on) then sanded to look aged
- 'cinderella' paper bunting & mini bunting, cut scrapbook paper and sewn onto ribbon, white paper birds cut out and added after hanging
- paper globes from a tutorial found here by Heather Bailey
- tissue paper pom poms (search martha stewart for an easy tutorial)
- painted picture frames and mirror

Second hand, family collectibles, or vintage finds:
- crib
- all art prints
- V letter block
- yellow bunny
- metal kitty hook, dragonflies and thermometer key
- books
- porcelain figurines

pretty & new:
- restoration hardware:
- curtains & valance, cherry blossom pillow, crib bumper
- all hardware from anthropologie
- from target, shabby chic collection:
- crib sheet, baby quilt & rug
- owl stuffed animal
- Ikea:
- futon, bookcase, white cherry blossom lamp, pink bins, fox stuffed animals
- keepsake box from burlington coat factory
- eyelet lanterns, walmart martha stewart collection
- chandelier from Canadian Tire

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