Little Miss Avery would like to introduce you to her "new" big girl room!
As you may remember, we sold our crib, and I also moved her changing table into the bathroom to free up some space. So it was time to do a little bit of updating!
I should mention before we really begin that virtually every piece in this room has been thrifted, handmade, or purchased second-hand, even the toys!
My biggest splurge in the room was the little dresser, which I found at an antique store for $150. But the cost of that far outweighs anything else in the room. I purchased the wicker shelves at the thrift to house some of her toys, and painted them pale pink.
It's very difficult to get a good photo of this side of the room, with the light coming through the window...!
I moved our vintage tray puzzles in here, and it's her absolute favorite past-time! She likes doing puzzles much better than taking naps, in fact, which I probably should have considered!
This blue chair is one of the only things in the room that was purchased new (from Home Goods), and even that was in another room before it was in here.
Her little dolly changing table, with princess shoes underneath, of course!
You've seen this shelf recently. I spray painted the butterflies to match her bed.
Avery LOVES the little bunnies on her bed!
This bunny here is one of my all-time favorite finds- he is just adorable. Actually, the piano and teddy bureau would probably be up there in my top ten, too!
A little curio shelf. The prayer above was made by my mother-in-law from a vintage pattern. You may remember the curtains from before Avery was even born!
Oh, how I love this little dolly. I can't say Avery loves her as much as I do, but isn't she just the sweetest?
Another shot of our little puzzle-lover. I found the little red play sink for $5 at the thrift, and it's the perfect size to hold all her puzzles.
Another embroidery by my mother-in-law!
Here's this cute little dolly bed again!
Cute shelves with vintage baby planters...
I love these quilted wall hangings that Kari from ArtsyMama sent me!
Another item in my top ten list is this embroidered wall hanging- sigh, I just love it...! I keep all her scrapbooks/journals up here as well.
I've begun collecting Madame Alexander dolls and Josef figurines for her- they're in the shelf on the left. On top of that is the very first doll I had in my childhood doll collection- the green Bradley doll, as well as two others I've found over the years.
A closer view of the art on her wall. She loves kitties, so lots of the artwork reflects that!
Avery would like to thank you for stopping by her big girl room for a tour! Please come back and play anytime!