Thursday, August 2, 2012

Guest Room

I don't think this room is ever going to be finished.  But it's 95% there. 
So how about a little tour. Come on in!

I still want to add "grandbaby photos" on the wall to the left of this window.


This is the little chifferobe that has yet to be painted. I've bought the if only the weather and time would cooperate with me. 
The paint color matches the darker "daisies" in the fabric to the right.

Love my little "HOME" block!

Remember this bird? This room is the perfect home for him.

My daughter-in-law, Jacqi, made the yellow crocheted daisy chain for me. Love it!

This is the spot the grandbabies head to....they love Gramma's books!


I was about 2 inches short of pom pom trim for this lamp shade....cute blue flower to the rescue!


I recovered an old tin sign with paper, added pom pom trim (made this before the lampshade), and a large sticker that says family, to create the sign on top. Red gingham covers a straw wreath, and crocheted flowers brighten it up. The giraffe print is actually a greeting card ~ $1.50 at Michael's.

I bought this chipboard FAMILY at Hobby Lobby, and covered it with gift wrap from the dollar section at Target. When I hung itup I realized I already used the word "family" on the tin sign. Family means a lot to me, but I think I may change the sticker on the sign.

I found this spool pattern quilt at an antique store a few years was a bargain at $15.00!



I love my light fact I bought a second one to use in another bedroom. The reflections on the ceiling and walls just make me happy.

The headboard is an old gate and the gate latch poked out a bit....this hanky and cute teddy stand guard and keep it safe.

I'm really pleased with the way the room has turned makes me smile.


Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Such a lovely little room. Love all the touches of handmade. Happy August! Tammy

Jo said...

The room is looking great! I love all the little details and fixes. (like not having enough pom pom trim and using the flower to cover it up. Gonna have to remember that little trick)

Regarding having "Family" twice. I don't think it's a big deal, but if you want to put something different on the one sign you could always do "cherish", cause it's almost the same length and when you read it on the wall, it would read "cherish family". Just my two cents.

Peggy said...

You should be pleased with how the room turned out! I love the colors and all the special "made with love" pieces. There's so many sweet touches and places for your eyes to wander to. Just a cheerful place to be. You've sure been busy. Thanks for the tour.

Shelley said...

Certainly made me smile too :) Its wonderful Marie...I see you everywhere in this very sweet room...thanks so much for sharing it with us...many blessings dear friend.

Dorthe said...

Hello Marie,
Your guest bedroom, looks so inviting and lovely. The quilt is my favorite thing in there, maybe because we almost never see such old ones here in Denmark.
Hugs to you dear.

Creative Breathing said...

Oh Marie! There are so many wonderful ideas in this post I will remember as I visit antique malls. The garden gate headboard is a dream!Everything is so charming. I wanted to thank you so kindly for your support in regards to opening my shop. It means so very much! Elizabeth

Ann said...

That room would make me smile too. I love everything about it. It looks fabulous. Those reflections on the ceiling from the lamp are very cool too

Sandy said...

What a special special room for anyone who stays in it, they will feel loved and cared for , for sure! Great job!

Lululiz said...

It is such a charming room, I would feel sooooo comfortable staying there. I adore all the gorgeous little ornaments and special touches.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

What a charming room, Marie! It makes me smile, too! I love all of the personal, whimsical touches (your pink gnome is perfect in there) and wonderful splashes of color! Lovely!

LDH said...

Dear Marie,

I have spent time on each photo as there are so many sweet touches and creations working together to make this the loveliest room! You did a wonderful job and must be so pleased with the results! Darling!

Scrap for Joy said...

This room looks like the pages of a well-loved magazine. Who wouldn't love to stay here? Love the garden gate headboard and the QUILT!!! The touches are pure Marie whether you made them or chose them...I'd recognize you anywhere! Grat job my friend!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Your guest room is adorable. All your special touches bring it all together. It's in the details!!