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Monday, March 18, 2013

A Little Bit of Spring in Lillie's Room



Lillie loved the little bunnies that she and Lola picked out at Target so I gladly moved them from the dining room up to their room (we still call it Lillie's room even though they both sleep in their now). The room doesn't really look different than the last time I photographed it, we added a few tiny touches of spring- the two little bunnies, some eggs a nest and some pink tulips. Lillie loves when she gets to have pink flowers in her room.  The tulips were so pretty at Trader Joe's this week I actually got several bunches and added them to our bedroom and Lola's as well. I'll show you the simple spring touches we added in those rooms once I get those photos on the computer. For now though here is Lillie's room.




 I removed the "Lillian" and "Annabel" from the bolster pillows seeing how the girls now share this room.












Wall Color - London Fog by Benjamin Moore
Headboards - Simply Shabby Chic at Target
Bedding - Pine Cone Hill
Chandelier - Restoration Hardware Baby and Child
Kitchen Set - Target
Little Desk and Chair - White Home Collection (Wilton, NH)
Silver Chest - TJMaxx
Mirror - Pottery Barn
Hanging Branch - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Ruffled Lampshade - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Window Seat - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Little Ice Cream Stand (which also can be a lemonade stand, puppet theatre, doctor's office, etc.) - Made By Us (See Tutorial)


We have two new items we'll be introducing later this week - a new pillow and a new chalkboard print and download (plus I just finished up another new chalkboard last night!) and I've got photos of Lola's room and our room and also some photos of Baby Everly and two baking posts that I should have this weekend or next week! I hope you all have a fabulous Monday! And don't forget to link up your Spring projects in the post below.






42 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful room. I bet she adores it!

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  2. That sweetie has a dreamy adorable bedroom.

    I absolutely ADORE her pink kitchen set - woulda loved that when I was little or when my two girls were little!

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  3. lucky little girls...sweet touches of fun & Easter!

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  4. Their room is beautiful! I shared a room with my sister when we were growing up....memories and friendship to last a lifetime! xo

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  5. You do have a way with making everything look so gorgeous!
    Thanks so much for sharing!

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  6. Love this sweet room for your girls!

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  7. Such a precious little girl's room. My daughters are almost grown but they would have loved this room, especially the kitchen, when they were little!

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  8. Such a pretty room! Oh my, I am in LOVE with the owl and pig pillows...especially the pig...how cute!! You're so lucky to have such a big bedroom for your girls. Ours are about the size of a shoe box :)

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  9. What a darling room! It is so so pretty Jennifer. I love the sweet angel wings. That pig pillow is adorable! Is that handmade?

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    1. Thanks, Allison! It was a gift from our sweet neighbors and is from Pier 1.

      I hope that you are doing well!

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  10. This is so lovely. I love just the hint of pink you have put in there. So precious and beautiful. Very sweet!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  11. Two words .. Blessed & Beautiful .. .. Loved it all !!!!!

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  12. Sugar and Spice and everything nice....That's what little girls are made of!
    What a lovely room for your little Lillie. Your color palette is so peaceful...so serene.
    Thank you for sharing!
    Blessings,
    Carolynn xo
    My granddaughter's name is Lilly, too.

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  13. Their room is beautiful..
    I like how you did the wall with the window and their kitchen stuff..
    Adorable..

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  14. Darling is the word! So cute, I love the way the beds are done~that owl and pig are adorable.

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  15. I'd like to know about that pig too!

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  16. How delightful- love the little pink kitchen- too precious!-
    and all the little details make it a dream room for a little girl!
    Cheers!

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  17. Absolutely precious! Jenni you have impeccable taste. Looking forward to the new items. Happy Week!

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  18. Beautiful as always!!:) you are such a wonderful decorator!!

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  19. I just posted about your easter silhouette eggs and I thought you may like to see how I used them:
    http://willowispandrea.blogspot.ca/2013/03/a-wee-bit-of-easter.html

    I love them =))

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  20. the girls' room is so pretty....so many details that you've given thought and care to....
    thanks for your prayers and well wishes on my health issues...it has been such an opportunity for the Lord to teach me things and root me deeper in my trust in him.

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  21. ouuu.. lovely room :)
    everything is so sweet :)

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  22. So sweet.. There is nothing more adorable than a little girls room decorated in pinks:)

    xxleslie

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  23. Very sweet girlie and feminine.. Princess Lillie is so blessed

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  24. The gray in the room looks so so pretty with the touches of pink everywhere, and those tulips are heavenly. I want to live in Lillie's room!

    Cindy

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  25. Your blog is SO beautiful! I am so curious, how do you find time to edit all those beautiful photos, paint, decorate and take care of your little ones? How do you find the hours in the day? :) I hope when I have my first home, it will be even half as beautiful as yours!
    Joey
    http://labellavidaaa.blogspot.ie/

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    1. Thank you Joey! There never are enough hours in the day - haha! I do most of my work when the little ones are in bed. I work just about every night from about 8:30-9ish until between 3 and 4 am, (this week I've even had a few 4:15 nights- ugh!) so I don't get a whole lot of sleep - haha!

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  26. Such a gorgeous room filled with the joys of Spring and the joys of childhood!

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  27. Her room is just precious! Those angel wings look so sweet on that chair.

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  28. So cute! I love love love the angel wings. Quick question, how do you store the toys? Do you have a cute organizing idea as to hide those less than pretty Barbies and doll clothes in their bedroom, or do you have a play room that you can just shut the door? We live in a 1915 farmhouse so storage is at a minimum and I can only purge so much before the girls tell me they are deprived (rolling eyes.) So I am stumped on what to do and how to get them to where they can play with them, but I don't always want to look at them. My style is a lot like yours. Thanks a bunch.

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    1. Dear Cara,

      We have NO storage in our house either. =( Just a half-sized linen closet upstairs and a teeny tiny closet downstairs, which makes it very interesting trying to hide their toys. =) And we don't have a basement or attic either - haha! We do have a one car garage though that is a disaster. =) We have lots of hidden storage for their toys and they either play on our family room floor or the floor in Lillie's room and we try to pick stuff up before we get out something new, although that doesn't always work. =) If you walked into our house during the afternoon either the family room or Lillie's bedroom would be a mess with them playing but by bedtime everything is usually back in it's place to keep things from getting out of control. I did a post a while back on where we hide things:

      http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2011/10/where-are-all-toys-and-more-give-thanks.html

      It's probably time to update it soon, though! =)

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  29. So clever! :) We are in the middle of a renovation, and each girl will get their own room after to help, but currently with 900 sq. ft. 1 bathroom, and 4 people it is getting a bit tight. We too have to make sure we are conscious of picking up after we are done and before getting something else out otherwise there would be no place to walk. The good part is we all only have what we use. Thank you for answering back. Can't wait to see how you update it when you do.

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  30. Everything in this room is so beautiful. I'm trying to figure out how to decorate my daughters first "big girl" room and I'm sure I'll come back to your blog a lot for inspiration now that I have found it. I wanted to ask about the stuffed animals on the beds though. Those are the sweetest things I have ever seen. Did you buy them somewhere or is there a pattern out there that I could get so I could make some for my kids. I love the whole room but those two stuffed animals had me scouring the internet to see if I could find them. Sadly, I came up empty handed, if you could tell me where you got them or what pattern was used to make them I would be so grateful! Thanks.

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    1. Thanks, Jen. They were gifts from our sweet neighbors and are from Pier 1.

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  31. The girls room is so gorgeous! I will soon be putting together the first "big girl" room for my daughter and I know I will return to your site often for inspiration now that I have found it. I wondered if you could tell me where you bought the stuffed owl and pig that are on the girls beds? I have fallen in love with those stuffed animals and I know my kids would adore them. I thought it looked like they may have been handmade from a pattern but after much searching the internet I couldn't find anything like them and they are so cute. I'd really appreciate if you would let me know where they came from or the name of the pattern that was used to create them if that was the case. I'd love to find/ make some for my kids next birthdays. Thank you for all of the beautiful things you share with us!

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    1. Oops sorry about the double post everyone. It said it didn't work the first time. I guess it was wrong :)

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    2. Thanks, Jen. They were gifts from our sweet neighbors and are from Pier 1.

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