October 24, 2013

One Room Challenge: Week 4

Week four of the One Room Challenge is here and has brought with it some changes to the plan. Click here for the past three weeks of the challenge. If you're new here, welcome!




I love the way that things are shaping up. This room is quickly turning into my favorite in the house thanks to the family pieces and the striped floors. 

If you read last week, then you know that I went with this bead chandelier. I'm still waiting for it to ship so please cross your fingers that it's here for the big reveal! 


Also changing this week, I decided to go with pinch pleat white curtains instead of pelmet boxes. I think that they are going to add the softness that is missing in the room.

Image via Bryn Alexandra.

Also happening? Brunschwig & fils Les Touches. It's one of my all-time favorites so I'm having a pillow made for the glider. 


I've also decided to keep the art to (mostly) family pieces. Growing up, my grandma started a collection of fairy tale plates for me–they are amazing pieces of art and we started hanging them this week. (We = my very patient husband)


That's it for this week. Now, go visit Calling It Home to seee all the other amazing bloggers participating in the One Room Challenge linking party!

13 comments:

  1. Oh, that chandelier and fabric are so great!

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  2. That fixture is beautiful...fingers crossed it comes in time! I love using family heirlooms in my home, so personal...

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  3. I love that fabric, too. Fingers crossed on the chandy making it. Love the art.

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  4. That is one of my favorite fabrics! And the plates are a really cute touch!

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  5. Love the fairy tale plates - they are going to look so cute in the nursery. Love the fabrics too!

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  6. Love those plates! And I love the sentimentality that goes along with it! I am sure your daughter will be looking and asking about the stories for each, over and over again! Love the fabric for the glider too!!!!

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  7. This is some great inspiration....good fabric choice and cute light fixture!

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  8. The chandelier is so sweet...perfect for a baby girl!

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  9. I have nursery rhyme plates that I inherited from my grandmother. They have been waiting for a year to go up in my daughter's nursery. I should probably get on that, thx for the reminder ;) btw LOVE the fabric too!

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  10. love that you included a touch of your grandmom with the fairytale plates and I love that les Touches fabric -- use it all of the time for pillows bc its so $$ This room is gonna be epic!

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  11. oh I hope that chandelier arrives in time - really beautiful!

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  12. I banned myself from blogging for a while due to insanity... So happy to come back and see all the fun stuff you've been doing!!! That chandelier is to die for - the shells look just like the little "doves" inside of sand dollars!

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