(Thank you to you sweet folks who commented, complimented, and pinned! I really appreciate it!:-)
I know I gave most details in that post, but I thought I'd spell 'em out one more time, just in case you care. :)~
First thing first: the paint color.
Pickle by Sherwin Williams.
Plus, with the vintage/farm thing I was going for -- I couldn't help but think of John Deere. (My hubs was happy about that -- he is a John Deere man, all the way :-).
#1 - Wooden "Chalkboard" Map, from World Market. (I got a GREAT deal on a sale day + a coupon ... paid about $40.00.)
#2 - I took an old barn wood frame, cut a piece of chipboard to fit, wrapped (and hot glued) a piece of burlap around it, and affixed a painted black "M" from the craft store - cost me about $3.00?
#3 - Vintage bronze horse, purchased at an antique store.
#4 - Small, natural-colored globe, also from World Market. (Also used a coupon, paid $15.00.)
#5 - Vintage cubby cabinet that came out of an old tool shed. Found at an antique store in Redmond, Oregon. I put on a coat of beeswax and added little alphabet decals below each cubby.
#6 - Old metal bucket, found at an antique store -- then I added the "TRASH" decal with stencils and black paint. Paid $5.00 for the bucket.
#1 - Awning we made from a simple wood frame -- and some rusty corrugated metal we found at a salvage yard. My handy hubby cut the metal with heavy-duty tin snips and screwed it to the frame. Then we simply screwed it to the wall above the window frame!
#2 - You Are My Sunshine print on a wooden block, purchased from Goodnight Room.
#3 - Natural Bamboo Roman Shades, from Home Depot - $70.00.
#4 - Custom made upholstered rocker by Best chairs , purchased from Goodnight Room, $529.00. (Yes, this is a splurge - but well worth it! It is SO comfy -- and will easily be usable in any other room in the house after being used in the nursery:-).
#5 (which you can't see well in this picture) - an old bushel basket, used for storing rolled up vintage quilts.
#6 - "MAX" faux metal letters, made for just a few bucks. You can find my tutorial HERE.
#7 - Old wooden ladder (from a junk pile), painted red and used to hang an old burlap sack. (I will use it to hang blankets and quilts, also.)
#8 - Old Radio Flyer wagon used to hold Max's little shoes, and an old wire basket full of worn baseballs - just for fun! :)~
#1 - Three custom made vintage farm prints (on wooden blocks), which I mounted on two old barn wood boards. (I'll show this project a little more in depth in the future.) The whole piece cost about $100.
#3 - Super Star Scout (fawn stars) crib sheet by Aden & Anais, $29.95. (*Notice I have no other crib bedding -- bumper, skirt, etc. I had all of that hoopla in Lucy's nursery -- and found it pointless. Plus, I like the simplicity of just the sheet anyway ... and saved myself a whole lot of money because of it!:)~
#4 - "Cortland" Bronze lamp base, from Pottery Barn Kids ... and burlap shade from Target. (Mixing spendy and cheap helps keep the cost reasonable!:)~
#5 - Old table I found at a "junk sale" for $5.00 and painted.
#6 - Old bushel basket used to store stuffed animals.
#7 - Rusty old bed springs I found, spray painted (antique bronze), and am using with mini clothespins to display photos.
#8 - Vintage wire basket I painted red, then added a burlap sack for a liner - for dirty laundry!
I'm sure I'm probably forgetting something ... but of course, if you have any questions, just leave me a comment and ask! (If you are an anonymous commenter - or a noreplyblogger - please makes sure to leave your email so that I can reply to you!:-)