I’m a sucker for name-centric things!
I went with this funky chair instead of a standard rocker because I think it will have a longer life expectancy in the room.
I’m still unsure if I’ll use a bumper once Lola is sleeping in her crib. So I threw together this bumper by sewing a fabric sleeve for Sam’s old one. The whole thing cost about $6.
The Lola print is lyrics to the aptly-named song “Lola” by The Kinks. Then I happened to find that concert poster in a record store and knew it would be the perfect companion. Score!
Instead of baby-focused stuff, I wanted to keep the room sort of rockstar. I like the idea of a baby’s room that can easily transition into a child’s room later. So to balance the pink wall, we paired it with an unexpected melon wall and colorful furniture. Avoiding themes allows for more creative freedom later when you want to tweak and update.
This print is a black and white photograph of a friend of mine’s hand that I got blown up at FedEx. FedEx can blow up black and white prints into any size for cheap- like .75 cents a square foot.
…Because what little girl doesn’t want a disco ball in her room?
Where I got it:Crib- Ikea Round side table- Goodwill find I painted yellow with spraypaintFunky Chair- Homegoods/TJMaxxBlue dresser- Craisglist (already painted!)Peace sign poster- Photograph I had blown up at FedExPoster frame- MichaelsDrapes- Made by me. Fabric is called Squirrel in the Sun Changing pad- Custom ordered on Etsy in same fabric used on drapesCrib bedding- bumper made by me, sheet from Target, Skirt custom ordered on EtsyBlue “L” on dresser- TJMaxxWhite lamp on yellow table- TargetPicture frames- TJMaxx and TargetModern white lamp on dresser- IkeaDisco Ball- Purchased years ago (finally has a purpose!)Pom poms above crib- Made by me. Lanterns are Martha Stewart
“Lola” print- Peanut Oak Print (Etsy)
Concert poster- Found in record store