I got a lot accomplished this weekend when it comes to the decor in Baby Girl S's nursery!
Remember my last post talking about all my ideas, especially the ballet theme?
Well, after talking with my Mom she has offered to make the curtains and bed skirt for the room!!
I'm so EXCITED!!
Knowing that, I made a date with my good friend Karen to hit up Mary Jo's fabric Saturday morning.
I was on the hunt for that ballerina fabric I had seen at Bellini and guess what?
They had it!!
It was in a different color scheme.
Yellow and oranges instead of purple and green.
Not a fan..
As much as I really liked the fabric I was a little worried about it being too busy in the baby's room.
I decided to move on and I'm glad I did after I saw this bedding in it at another local baby store in town.
It's cute, just too busy for me.
So, instead I found something a little more versatile!
Here's where I have landed!
This paisley print and pink gingham(and green, it's just not pictured).
The curtains will be double sided with the main fabric being the paisley.
The ribbons will be used as accents for ties and elsewhere in the room.
I'm in LOVE!!
(No worries, I'm still planning on using ballet themed accents in the room, just not on the fabric.)
There are all sorts of options to really give the curtains a custom look.
My Mom will be here in a week and a 1/2 and we'll go over and buy all the fabric then.
After leaving Mary Jo's we headed over to Hobby Lobby where they had all their lamps 50% off.
I almost died!
How cute does all of this look together?
Maybe I'm biased but I think it's adorable.
What is even better about the fabrics and lamp?
Brad won't have to repaint the room!!
I think the blue/grey looks great with everything!
I was originally thinking a pale green but why paint if we don't have too?
A little bit of a closer look.
We're also planning on putting a glider in the baby's room I want this in a pale green with blue piping.
Such a fun day!!
But, I can't end this post without sharing the BARGAIN of the weekend!!!!
Karen and I stopped into the Goodwill store just to see what was in there and I spotted this Moses basket for $8.99.
The bedding needs to be washed and/or replaced but for $8.99 I grabbed it!
And, guess what?
I noticed later on in the day a local baby store these baskets sell for $125!!
Not me, because I had not priced them out.
All in all, I can't wait to see how the baby's room all comes together.
I'll be updating you on here so stay tuned!!