Just one additional post about the nursery that Sissy + Marley did for Victoria. The room of course is spectacular and it happens to come with a spectacular price tag to match. Adding up just the sources I listed yesterday (not including the rug, books, wallpaper, snail from Australia and the cost of any other customization), the total of the items in the original picture is $9174. This more economical version is about 70% less than the price of the original at a total of $2631.50!
1- Little Neon Bird Cage– $40
Pom Pom Organic Throw from PB Teen- $80 (same as expensive room)
2- Babyletto Kyoto Glider in Ecru- $700
Moroccan Contemporary Leather Ottoman– $135 (today on overstock.com)
Plush Snail Made to Order (custom color)- $16.50
3- Steiff Schana Swan (large)- $225
4- Thomas Paul Miss Kitty Pillow– $24
Ikea Expedit– $70 (same as expensive room)
Pandan Bins- Metallic– $24 each for 2+ (same as expensive room)
Japanese Wooden Gumball Machine– $52 (same as expensive room)
DwellStudio Bunny Push Toy (almost sold out)- $24 (same as expensive room)
DwellStudio Wooden Car Pink- $29 (same as expensive room)
Snail with Beech Ball (couldn’t find this anyplace else)- AU $22 (same as expensive room)
Zuny Series Elephant (Abby) Pink Animal Bookend– $55 (same as expensive room)
5- Baby S Pink Chair– $78 (I know it’s a knock-off, but we’re going for price here)
Malieg Mini Rabbit– $28 (same as expensive room)
6- Teodora Oval Frameless Mirror– $284 (sale price) it was tough to find a good replacement mirror!
7- Koppang 3 Drawer Chest from Ikea– $100 with a custom paint job. Sorry for the DIY here!
Rag Dolls from Sandalias de Ana 1, 2, 3– $33.50 each
8- Geometric Landscape– $36
9- Happy Chic Bubble Table Lamps– $100 each (I couldn’t find a good sconce replacement, but these lamps look good)
Reclaimed Birdhouse in Raspberry Pink– $20 (or this is a great DIY opportunity- see inspiration here)
10- Sundvik Crib from Ikea- $120 (you could add some pink paint here too)
Charming Hamper (Dots/Pink)– $89
Handmade Amish Rag Doll– $28.59
I kept some of the small, less expensive accessories the same, but you can always take some out to save additional $$. Instead of the fabulous wallpaper, a coat of light pale paint would work beautifully.
The rug is a huge part of the impact of the original room, and while we haven’t calculated it into the design here, you’ve got to consider what you’re putting on the floor. Here are a couple suggestions I found a Pottery Barn Kids. Dhurrie Border Rug and Addison Rug—
So what do you think? Go all out in the original version? Stick with the more reasonable options or would you mix and match?