There may be downfalls to moving every three to four years, but it also means I get to redecorate and new houses! By the time we're actually in our forever home I will most definitely know what I want and don't want. Rae's room was top priority (as always) and I knew that I wanted something less baby, but on a budget because I know I'm going to want to mix it up a little again once she is in a toddler bed.
I wanted a boho vibe & it these dream catchers along with the new bedskirt my mom made were the muse of the room.
I LOVE how these turned out. It took quite some time, especially that middle one because I wrapped the whole hoop in yarn or whatever string it was, I forget the name now. I followed some directions via Pinterest and kind of made it up as I went with left over ribbons and lace that I already had. All I really had to buy was the string/yarn? feathers, gold paint and the embroidery hoops. It sure beat spending $30+ on each dream catcher on Etsy.
I have a love and dislike the white walls all at the same time. I really love how clean white walls look, especially in a kitchen but they dream catchers sort of get lost in the wall. Regardless I still love how everything turned out.
& a picture of this babe because I couldn't get a great picture of the bedskirt. We lowered her mattress basically on the ground because she started trying to climb out and we aren't quite ready to move her into a toddler or twin bed.
My mom sewed the pom poms around the rocking chair cushions and i.am.obsessed. I just want to pom pom everything in our house.. our bedroom is next ;) I made a few more crepe paper flowers to hang and eventually I will get around to hanging more pictures.
I have my eye on a new rug, but for now this one will work just fine. The dogs play in her room each night while she's getting ready for bed time & dog hair just won't look good on a white/cream rug that I'm looking for.
The "we love you with our whole heart for your whole life" canvas I painted from her nursery is still my favorite thing about her room and I hope it's something she wants to keep forever in rooms to come.