Monday, April 22, 2013

Bonnie's Room Reveal

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Welcome to Bonnie's room!!!  I am SO glad to finally have this room done... well mostly done.  I don't think I will ever really think a room is really truly done.  




The theme of Bonnie's room is Sweet Baby Girl with a vintage feel.  (nailed it)



This room was so much work.  There is hardly anything in the room that I didn't do something to.  I did most of the painting and molding while I was very pregnant.  Have you ever tried to do crown molding really pregnant.  Well I wouldn't suggest it.  One of the hardest parts was that my belly stuck out so far it made it pretty much impossible to use a ladder.  


I am SO in love with her crib area.  As I mentioned in an earlier post the Charlotte stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils was an amazing find.  It just makes her crib area feel so special.  Speaking of things that are special, this lovely Jenny Lind crib is quite "special".  I bought it as an old used drop side crib with the plan to turn it into a stationary crib because I really wanted a girly vintage looking crib.  As it turns out it was missing some parts and is a VERY hard wood. Like made my drill smoke and broke screws type of hard.  But finally with a little help from my mom's husband we were able to get it all together.  And it is now customized, perfect, and very safe.



I am also loving her bedding.  I will make sure to give you the full tutorial on that. I really wanted to keep the top part very clean since the skirt was so ruffley.  


Let's see what else... the awesome paper flowers are from Martha Stewart (I mean not personally or anything, although how cool would it be to have Martha Stewart help design your baby's room?!) The shelves, and the frame are from Ikea, but I Mod Podged fabric to make them a little more personal.  The rocking chair is also from Ikea, but it was a normal chair when I bought it and I turned it into a rocker. I will have to give you a tutorial on that later too.


The chandelier was a Company Store Kids find.  It was way on sale back in November.  The fabric in the room comes mainly from three different lines: Riley Blake, Marguerite; Riley Blake, Sweetest Thing; and Moda, Sophie.  I love how they all work so well together.  And to add to the fun vintage feel, most the little things on the shelves were actually mine when I was little.  





I think Bonnie's room is a total success.  It is so happy and calming and can't wait for her to try it out!


34 comments:

  1. It turned out so beautiful; you really have a knack for decorating! Will our little Bonnie be sleeping in there anytime soon?

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  2. Too cute! I don't even know what to do with all that delicious pink! I guess boys will do that to you. =) Looks great.

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  3. love the painted pink crib, the wall stencil and ceiling are beautiful, and I LOVE her initials in the frame.

    Britt @ Creating Space for Five

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  4. It's stunning! I love how you decorated it!

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  5. Aww I love her name :) It's a gorgeous room!

    -Bonnie @ Revolutionaries
    www.revolutionariesblog.com

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  7. Laura, it looks AWWWWEESSOOMMMMMMEE!!

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  8. So, so sweet. I love it. Great job. :-) I would love for you to come and share this on our Much Ado About Monday link party.

    http://www.huckleberrylove.com/2013/04/much-ado-about-monday-no-6.html

    Hope to see you there,
    Jamie
    www.huckleberrylove.com

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  9. OH.MY.WORD!!!! this is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!!!!! love every detail. one of the most beautiful rooms i've ever seen!

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  10. Very beautiful!!! I especially love the crib colour and the huge black and white photo! You should be proud Laura!

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  11. Adorable! That's the exact type of crib that I want for my future kid... So sweet. Great job!

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  12. You are just a wonder to me on all levels.........anytime you need an Auntie to come rock that baby in that chair, just let me know. I'm thinking that I will be in need come summer time.

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  13. Oh my gosh I'm totally obsessed with your nursery! Pinning now! ;)

    Would love for you to show it off at Give Me the Goods link party, 1 party with 5 blogs:
    http://www.marriedfiling-jointly.com/2013/04/give-me-goods-link-party-5.html

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  14. This nursery is so adorable! I love the picture!
    Thank you so much for sharing on Much Ado About Monday - please come back and party with us next week!!

    Karla
    www.huckleberrylove.com

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  15. Such a sweet nursery! I had a white Jenny Lind crib (a garage sale find) for my first three....I wish I'd thought to paint it--yours looks fabulous!

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  16. WOW! What a gorgeous, gorgeous room! You can tell a lot of love and hard work went into it! I only have boys, so I have to live vicariously through you girl moms for all of the pinks and ruffles and such. ;) I popped over from Tatertots & Jello--thanks for sharing!

    ~Abby =)

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  17. Such a beautiful room!! The colors and patterns are perfect...Great job!

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  18. This is absolutely beautiful! Thank you for linking up to Monday Funday. I am pinning this for sure! xoxo - Cheryl at That's What Che Said...

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  19. What a GORGEOUS nursery!! I love everything about it and I am sure a lot of love went in to all of that painting! :) Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I'll be featuring this tomorrow. Enjoy your Sunday!
    Jenn :)

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  20. I love those curtains and that crib! Awesomesauce. I tried sooooo hard to get a Jenny Lind crib and paint it with my last baby, even though I already have a perfectly acceptable bed. I even picked one up at a yard sale and it was too rickety. You really have to look for the right brand of the Jenny's to be safe. Anyway, the nursery is so sweet! I bet you love being in there as much as possible!

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    1. Yes I too already had a crib. My husband thought I was crazy for needing this one, but I just needed my last baby to have a Jenny crib. And I agree with how hard it was. I basically felt like I have to totally rebuild the crib.

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  21. how dreamy, laura! the crib is beyond!

    visiting via MMS and so glad i dropped by!

    stop by anytime. http://hellolovelyinc.blogspot.com

    michele

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  22. I choose you as the feature for Give Me the Goods Monday!

    Stop by and check it out: http://www.marriedfiling-jointly.com/2013/04/give-me-goods-features-6.html

    Hope you party with us again next tomorrow!
    ~Chelsea @ Married Filing Jointly

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  23. Congrats on being featured over at the "Give Me The Goods" blog party from last week. I adore your baby's nursery and think all the great details in it are amazing!

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  24. It's so beautiful! Great job!

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  25. Beautiful! Yes, i would say you nailed it! I love all of the features and details. I love the statement wall with the flowers and picture! Thanks for linking up to Talkin’ About Thursday link party. I hope you will come back this week too!

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  26. Adorable! Just found I am having a girl yesterday after already having two boys! My plans are a vintage nursery as well. I love the paint color on your crib. Luckily, I already have the crib!

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  27. Wow!! Incredibly beautiful!

    I'm featuring this later today. And, I've pinned!

    ~Emily@52mantels.com

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  28. Just came over from The 36th Avenue blog because I LOVED the photo she had posted there of your incredibly beautiful nursery! Those colors are gorgeous!

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  29. This looks too beautiful to be true. Pinning. Wow. :)

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  30. Love this room! Could you please share the wall paint brand/color?? Thanks!

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