I finally set to it and finished Tallulah’s room about a month ago. Life got in the way and I didn’t get to write up a post about it yet, but I am making the time today. I wanted Tallulah’s room to be completely different than both of her sister’s rooms. Olivia has ballet slipper pink color walls and Sophia has an aquamarine color. The bright pop of color in Heather Bailey’s fabrics were just what I needed against the butter yellow walls we had painted for Tallulah’s room. I have been in LOVE with Heather Bailey’s fabrics from her Pop Garden line and had purchased the fabric over time to use in Tallulah’s baby room.
I loved the look of the green Pottery Barn Kids furniture I had seen in their store but as everyone knows PBK is seriously expensive. I decided against buying them and instead asked my mom if she still had my furniture from when I was little. She kept the furniture for me all this time. It was my great grandmothers furniture set as a child and she wanted to hand it down to me. It took me about a week, my electric sander, primer, and 2 cans of paint to get it the way I wanted. It was originally a light cherry and now it is a muted green. I have the 4 poster twin bed to paint to match once Tallulah grows into a big girl bed. I am so happy I decided to use this furniture. It means so much to me and I hope it will mean just as much to Tallulah when she has children of her own one day.
I bought the fantastic handmade quilt on Etsy before Tallulah was born made from Heather Bailey fabric also. This is the link to the store, Carolina Patchworks, on Etsy I bought the quilt from in the picture below. Carolina Patchworks Quilt Patterns by Emily by CarolinaPatchworks. I found the idea for the hoops with the fabric in them on Pinterest. The prints in Tallulah’s room are from The Wheatfield on Etsy too. I just love all of her artwork. The link to the store is here The Wheatfield by Katie Daisy by thewheatfield on Etsy.