Wow you guys.
Thanks so much for the sweet comments and facebook and pinterest love!
As promised, I’m back today with the details.
I’ll try my best to remember everything but if I leave something out, just ask in the comments.
You know the expression, “The devil is in the details” meaning the details are the hard part?
The details are my favorite part of any project.
They are what take something from ordinary to extra-ordinary.
Sewing table: Ikea, Cutting table: Home Decorators (36″ height), gift wrap hutch & base: Home Decorators, lights: Ikea (I couldn’t find the mint green ones on the website but they were available at my store), chairs: Ikea, turquoise cart: Ikea, Langston sign: Steeplechase Antiques (purchased last year and used to hang in our sleeping porch…lots of you asked about the name…no significance, I just really loved the sign). Yellow rolling cabinet-purchased from my friend Carol at her sale in April, red buffalo check curtains: me, thread holder: Home Decorators
US map: Urban Farmgirl, end tables: World Market, lamp bases: Target, lamp shades: Home Goods, sofa and chairs: Ikea Ektorp, vintage shipping basket: Steeplechase Antiques, vintage aqua typewriter: garage sale, galvanized tray: World Market, milk glass vases & pitcher: thrift stores, pillows: HomeGoods, Pier One, Target, World Market, and the little green gingham one I made from my son’s button-down shirt. Vintage dress form: estate sale, apron: Anthropologie, Chevron Messenger Bag: this Etsy shop, frames: Pier One and Target, books: Anthropologie, rug: Home Decorators (I do not recommend it…if it weren’t such a pain, I’d send it back), bunting: me.
gift wrap: HomeGoods, pin boards: me, gumball machine & aqua gum balls: amazon.com, cake stand: World Market, jars with colored lids & green colander: World Market, aqua and white buckets: Target dollar spot, frames: Target & TJ Maxx, straw dispenser: HomeGoods
1940’s china cabinet: kijiji (bought it for $40 when we lived in canada)…it used to have pretty wavy glass in the door…don’t ask. 😉 vintage scale: antique mall, glass jars: Target, jars with aqua lids: World Market, yellow bowl: World Market, aqua file drawer: Goodwill, yellow frame: TJ Maxx, blue bowls: Anthropologie
green cabinet: Home Decorators (can only find the base right now), penny candy jars: Wal-Mart (I spray painted the lids), aqua top jars: World Market, chalk container: Target
cuckoo clock: Pottery Barn kids (clearance)
yellow locker: Tattered Tiques (I painted it), coral frame: Target, dipped basket: HomeGoods
dreamy blue chest: Urban Farmgirl, paper garland: me
vintage bicycle basket: my friend Carol’s sale, basket bunting: me
globes: Goodwill and Savers, gumball machine: Goodwill, vintage yellow cabinet: Goodwill ($1.99!), Instax camera: Urban Outfitters, buntings: me
bottom quilt: HomeGoods, middle quilt: I made the top in a quilting class when we lived in Canada…my mother-in-law surprised me and quilted it!
Top quilt: deserves a post of its own…it is my favorite quilt ever…made by my talented (hand-quilting) mother-in-law for my 40th birthday! I treasure it.
Spinning divider thingy: Harbor Freight (I spray painted it).
I think that’s about it…
if I forgot anything, just ask in the comments.
I’ll be back tomorrow to share a little about how I organized.
By the end of the week, you are going to be sick of this room! 😉