details, details

Thursday, July 2, 2015

neutral baby room inspiration

We are staying overnight at the grandparents’ house this week, to sneak in a little family time, and the girls slept in the shared room, along with their cousin.  It was the cutest!  It was like a mini preschool slumber party, and for the most part, they all slept!  I’d call that a huge success!

(pictured above: mint larkin bed; walk softly rug; mint metalwork bookcase; bright eyed bunny pillow; kitty nightlight; yellow lattice bin; details on how to make your own large photo art; walls are benjamin moore irish mint)

shared girl bedroom

This is such a small thing, but I ordered these adorable little ribbons from Scout & Whistle.  They didn’t arrive until after we shot the room (my fault!) but they are just precious, so I had to share!  They are such a fun little detail to add some interest to the wall!

I’m also loving this adorable little kitty nightlight!  It doesn’t need a plug, which is a huge plus, and gives a nice, soft glow!  Brigie has been requesting a night light, so I might have to get one of these for our house.

night light

On another note, I can’t believe it’s July!  Summer always feels like it’s going to last forever, and then I blink, and it’s halfway over.  Do you have fun plans for the 4th?  We aren’t doing anything big, but I’m kind of looking forward to a low key holiday!

neutral kid bedroom ideas

(pictured above: white campaign chest; acrylic house shelf; wooden geometric lamp)

5 responses to “details, details”

  1. Rachel says:

    Hi Joni, I was just wondering where you got that pretty mirror. Is it vintage? Such an adorable room!

    • Joni says:

      Hi Rachel! Yes, it is vintage! I see them often when I’m shopping vintage, and they are usually fairly inexpensive. That one was $10, which was so helpful!

  2. Sarah says:

    Hi Joni – what paint colour are the walls. Looks a bit minty? Love it!

  3. Heidi says:

    Hi Joni, I was wondering what kind of hook the little guitar is hanging on? Love all your work!

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