I’m still chipping away at transitioning Ellie’s room from nursery to big girl room. Last week I shared the sparkly globe pendant I hung above her rocking chair.
Today I wanted to show you the new accent pillows I made for her bed, and the gorgeous fabrics didn’t come from a bolt.
I bought the duvet cover and Euro shams about a year ago but was waiting to find a few accent fabrics I really loved before adding any other pillows to the bed. I was only recently introduced to Roberta Roller Rabbit’s home line and the cheerful prints were just what I had in mind for Ellie’s room. They sell pre-made pillow covers for $50 apiece but I wanted different sizes than those offered. And, honestly, $150 in new pillows seemed a little steep for a two year old.
Luckily, Roberta Roller Rabbit offers their patterns in lots of different products and they had the exact patterns I wanted in sets of 4 napkins for $32. Six of the eight napkins I ordered (one set of each pattern) became the new pillows on her bed, and I am in love with the bright colors and fun patterns.
Ellie’s room has a lot of aqua and I had been hoping to bring in some more of the raspberry pink you see in the print above her bed.
There is still a wall in her room taken up by the crib and changing table but they’ll be moving out soon and will be replaced by my childhood dresser, which will likely be getting a makeover. So far I love the way things are coming together in here.
Have you ever made home furnishings from an unconventional source?