Remember this beauty? The one that has been sitting on my porch for the last YEAR???
Want a run down on where I got everything?
-Wall color: It is FANTASTIC. I struggle with grays, but this one couldn't be more perfect. It's called SLATE by Restoration Hardware and it is spectacular. It's actually a muddier, darker gray than it looks in the pictures.
-Headboards & footboards: Furniture Plus (LOVE them! They were here in less than two weeks and are very sturdy and affordable.)
-Bookcase: Cost Plus World Market
-Striped bedding & throws: Target or West Elm (Target is cheaper and they are great quality. We've had them a couple months and believe me, my two crazy boys have put them to the test. They wash really well, too.)
-Chalkboards: Home Goods
-Birthday plaques: Homemade (The numbers came from Hobby Lobby. The tacks are roofing tacks from Home Depot.)
-Subway art: Marshalls
-Pillows on bench: Homemade (Don't look closely. I'm no seamstress. The fabric came from Hobby Lobby.)
-Chevron pillow on bed: Etsy store. I can't remember which one, but I have a friend who now sells the exact same thing. They are very affordable and well made. Visit her here: Etsy by Betsey. And she's local here in Mesa, so if you're stopping by to pick up a chalkboard she's just around the corner.
(I especially love her table runners and custom minky baby blankets. Baby #3 needs one, don't you think?)
-Industrial pillows on bed: Restoration Hardware (Another splurge, but I could not find them anywhere else. And they are just so charming. I couldn't help myself. I tend to spend a little more than normal when I'm nesting. Mr. Five to Nine LOVES it, let me tell you.)
-Clock: Target (It is now discontinued which is such a shame. My boys broke the hands awhile back, but I haven't been able to get rid of it because I love the style.)
-Initials and hanging thing above bed (Yes, that's the technical term for it. I have no idea what it's actually called. Hanging thing works for me.): Hobby Lobby
-Moulding work (I.e.: King crown, base, window casing, & closet): Mr. Five to Nine & our friend over at A.B. Davis (Mr. Five to Nine is not for hire. Sorry. I can barely coerce him into getting my projects done. But A.B. Davis is and they are superb. The head carpenter is a good friend of ours and does amazing work. He fast, efficient, excellent, and affordable.)
Oh, I almost forgot! Just for fun, here's the room before: