I'm so excited to share Heidi's Room which I completed in only 6 weeks as part of the One Room Challenge! It was so fun to imagine and get her room finished in a short amount of time. And its very appropriate that she also turned 18 months old on Tuesday! So the nursery I never had the chance to finish for her when she was a baby is finally done!
I found Jesy Almaguer on Instagram earlier this year and she was just starting her new shop - Marleine in the Valley. I was specifically looking for some pressed flower art and love how it turned out blown up and framed in a white oak minimal frame. Jesy presses her own flowers and then photographs it too! I had it printed at a local printer and then framed by my framer around the corner, using acrylic glass for safety. It coordinates beautifully with the pressed flower sheets from the Etsy Shop Babiease. This Rebecca Atwood Blooms wallpaper looks even prettier in person and is the perfect shade of subtle pink. The rug, is a vintage camel back rug my sister found in Turkey a few years back! I love that it has a home here now.
My little ladybug loves her room, especially the little playhouse which I wallpapered with leftover wallpaper. She loves being able to reach for her favorite books whenever she wants to. Jane Denton sent me this LOVELY piece of art which works perfectly with the colors in the space. It is hand embroidered and adds so much personality and texture into the space. Its also a piece of art I feel that can grow with my daughter as her room changes over time, yet feels so perfect for her space right now too. Jane Denton is located in New Zealand, and my framer here in California also happens to be from New Zealand - I just love all these connections!
The color variation on these Espanyolet pillows is incredible. I purposefully selected some pink tones from different collections and love how it turned out. Its all about the high-low mix, while those pillows were a bit of splurge, it balances out nicely with the Ikea dollhouse and book shelf :)
Heidi loves her closet too - just kidding! It's more for me, although she does love to take everything out of her drawers. I didn't set out to makeover or style Heidi's closet when I started, but since I had some extra wallpaper, I decided at the last minute it would be adorable to organize and style it for the One Room Challenge. Now it makes me smile every time we reach in there for a new outfit each day.