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My favorite part is her little bed nook. It's so cozy and cute.
Close up of the bed...and notice that the fun pom pillow from this post is gone. That's because little miss how-dare-you-require-me-to-nap decided to pull the poms off of it. That made me so sad. Oh how I loved that pillow and it was grey so it toned down the brights a bit. I ended up stealing the bright lumbar pillow from Nadia's room to take its place.
I love the oversized photo of her above her bed. Seems a bit weird now but I did it with the intention of adding one of Nadia when she moves in :) The pom mobile took two tries but in the end I really like how it turned out. I made the green elephant pouf. It was my first project on my sewing machine and I'm so eager to make another one after going through it once.
This is the view from her bed--the bookshelf. The blue locker bin on top has legos in it. The baskets have headbands, puzzles, odd shaped books, and blankets/sheets in them. (In case you're curious about the organization aspect--which isn't at all my strength!). The little containers on the side beside the toy box have blocks and Minnie Bow-Tique pieces in them.
I love organizing kids' books by color.
Details of the bookshelf-- felt heart garland, frame + free printable, stuffed elephant from Target, Bin of Legos, piggy bank, jewelry holder (from her nursery), and princess and E.B. White books (also from her nursery).here (I still love it!).
And this is the toy box area. I made the "drapes"--drapes in quotes because they're not lined or anything. So basically I just sewed rectangles. I'm a novice seamstress remember? The bins aren't organized enough to label but basically I put dolls in one, dress up clothes in one, tiny toys in one, and miscellaneous bigger toys in the other. I love this toy box though. It's from Ikea and has taken a beating for almost 3 years and has held up well. If it continues to last, I'd love to make a cushion for the top of it and treat it more like a window seat.
This is the dresser area (opposite wall from the bed). You can see it's looking a little cluttered. Now that they're in the same room, I've actually removed some stuff and it's much "cleaner" looking now.
Beside the dresser, her little kitchen/pretend play area:
And another favorite aspect of the room: the gallery wall which is above the kitchen and beside the dresser:
And lastly, a random shot of their closet door (used to hang dress up clothes) and jewelry holder:
And that's it! I know there isn't an "entire room" shot but that's because it's super small and hard to get in one shot. Plus if I'm being completely honest it looks best broken up this way. Keepin it real yo. And as I type this, my kiddos are officially sharing a room (well is it still official if I have Nadia nap in her "old room" in her crib?) and Nadia is in her big girl bed! So it doesn't even look like this anymore. That was fun while it lasted.
Heart Garland. Chevron Wall. Elephant Pouf. Jewelry Memo Board. Gallery Wall. Bed Skirt. Painted Dresser. Pom Mobile. Chevron Fan.