Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Little Lady 0's Room

When I found out I was having a little baby girl I was terrified, what if she were to be anything like me when i was growing up? That would be all bad. i was comforted by the thought of my relationship with my own delightful mother, then... totally excited by the prospect of decorating a little lady's bedroom.

It is a work in progress as The Young Man still has the cot in his room while he transitions to the big bed...

take a look (please excuse the bad photos)








I still have a lot to do before it's finished. In the next few weeks I plan to do the following;


1. Hang these little birds above the change table

2. Paint the new bedroom door that has replaced the slider

3. Attach some little baskets to the wall to store essentials

4. Move the cot in from The Young Man's room

5. Cover the ugly lamp shade, paint the base 

and

5. Finish this quilt that I started many moons ago for Baby 0's cot   









I'll post some pic's when its all done. Bet you can't wait ;)

8 comments:

  1. How delightful Em...you've done a great job

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  2. Oh my goodness.. this the prettiest baby room I've ever seen! Love it x x

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  3. Oh my goodness, this is such a sweet room! What a lucky little lady ;) I looove all the pillows on the chair, and those pompoms!

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  4. oowh, thanks Erin!! you make me smile!

    Heather, i had a look at your beautiful blog! thanks SO much for taking the time to look at mine!!!

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  5. excuse me...i really would love some of those hanging paper fleurs...do you think we could arrange? some baby sitting love for said fleurs.

    love and miss you xx
    a.

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  6. Your house is the most delightful house ever!! I am very envious and feel oddly proud of all your hard work in making it beautiful! We seem to have the same taste!! Thank you for stopping by my blog! Im glad you did!! x
    Beth. ♥

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  7. Love the striped wall and the cushions!

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em