Oh and let me address the glaringly obvious item missing from the nursery...her crib. No we haven't put up the crib yet. She still sleeps in the rock 'n play sleeper and the pack 'n play and her swing for naps. Honestly, I really don't want to put up the crib. I think it will ruin the room... but, most likely we'll eventually stick it in front of the bunk beds. Addie got out of the crib at 20ish months, so we don't have too long to go till we can be crib-less again :)
View from inside the bunkbeds. Bedspreads/lamp shade/diaper thing from Cocala Couture Delilah collection, Paint is Seaspray by Glidden.
8x10 area rug from overstock.com
See those adorable reading lights?!? It used to be so dark in there.
Billy ball painting done by my sister Kate (requested by me, thank you sis!)
This is looking through the little portal window in her bedroom door.
Matching mirror and painting in frame from Ikea. My sister Kate gave me the painting back in '09 to match Addie's bedspread. We painted the black frames brown to match the room.
This boat painting was original to the bedroom. We mounted it above the window. I wonder who painted it?
View of our garage from Scarlett's room. Mike's office is up on top where that window is.
I took the pic and made it into a canvas. I painted the Scarlett sign hanging above her door and I got the big letter from Joann's, then painted it yellow to match the room. That door is to the big walk-in closet that I stole from Scarlett. :)
That little side table is so sturdy. I got it from urbanoutfitters.com
Chair was $20 used, bought it years ago for Addie's room. It rocks. I <3 it.
Lamp is from Ikea. I replaced the shade.
Shelf has an old vintage ABC book, picture of the girls and my sister. Diaper holding thing hanging off Scarlett's closet door. A few of my old baby clothes are hanging from the pegs. The hat was knitted by my great grandma years and years ago. :)
Those circle windows open up to the stairs below. Don't worry, they lock and they are seriously hard to open. I am pretty sure they are real windows from an old submarine or something. They are insanely heavy.
The details are amazing. Mr. Glaze was the original owner of this house. He was a Dutch sea captain. He had a wife and two kids. I bet they loved this room.
Left: little crawl space to attic Right: Scarlett's closet
Sand from the local beach. The two items to the left are original to the room. Everything else I got at thrift stores. Mike says I'm a hoarder. I just love glass jars.
Bedspreads are from Ikea. They are the Ofelia blankets.
White paint is by Behr, called Seaside Sand. We found the perfect white for our house and have used it in almost every room!
My sisters paintings above and below.