Thursday, February 24, 2011

Flamenco Nursery!





You all already know how much I adore the Flamenco Shower Curtain, which is why I'm so excited to share this adorable nursery designed by Jill Keebler out of Raleigh, NC. After seeing it on my blog, Jill went out and purchased two of the them for her new nursery to use as window coverings. Aren't they something else with the light shining through?! *sigh* They look fabulous next to the walls (Colorwheel 2104M Swandive) and the tier cascade chandelier. I love all the artwork she found on Etsy too, and the hand-painted letters she made herself! Brady certainly is a lucky little guy!!

25 comments:

Sing said...

So darling, I love the curtains.

Jen said...

To say that I love this nursery would be an understatement... Adorable<3

Prudently Painted Vintage said...

LOVE it!! I have that dresser in my son's room. So cute. My favorite part has to be the chandelier.

Karena said...

Love the art, and I am not usually one for a wall of art, this works though!!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Gabby said...

I love that idea. Thanks! I need ideas for my son's room. :)

Megan said...

I love this room, the color is great! Is there anyway to find out where that rocker is from? I've never seen one like that!

*Lissa* said...

Oh, i loooove it! I have been ogling over an Anthropologie shower curtain like that but never thought to use it as curtains! Brilliant!

Shelly Gregory said...

The re-purposed Anthropolgie Flamenco shower curtin is definitely an adorable look!

This Moment said...

Oh my gosh--those colors, those CURTAINS! I love it.

Mariela said...

Very lovely and original. Everything look great, the art, the curtains, the chair, very nice.

Caroline @ The Feminist Housewife said...

Wow, what a cute and happy nursery!! Brady has no choice but to be calm and smiley! (Right?! One can hope...)

theLENNOXX said...

Hi Erin thank you so much for stopping by! I love the idea of using these fabulous shower curtains as actual curtains, what a neat idea! Beautiful room and I love the DIY framed letters too. Also I LOVE her floating frames, they are everywhere these days!

xo Linda

Erin said...

Megan,

The rocking chair is from Ikea...see it here!

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S39860975

SizzleandZoom said...

I changed my blog colors cause of I loved your blog theme-turquoise.

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

I am loving that shower curtain over the windows....that really has me thinking. I've loved that shower curtain forever but it would not work in my bathroom. But hey...it might be just the thing I need in one of my bedrooms. Great post.

The Sterling Cherub said...

Great, creative use of those gorgeous shower curtains as drapes -- they look FANTASTIC! Love everything else about this nursery, so cheerful.

Best,

Kimberly

Aubrey {All Things Bright and Beautiful} said...

I *adore* those shower curtains...who would've thought that they would make such AMAZING drapes??? She did. And it's awesome.

L. said...

What an adorable room--she did a great job!

Michaela said...

Goodness, this is so cute! Love the color and ruffled window treatments!

Anonymous said...

Love, love, love the nursery! Does baby sleep well with the sunlight peeking through? If not, go to Lowe's or Home Depot for inexpensive black-out liners. They're actually designed for optional use with their woven wood & bamboo blinds, but may be able to be adapted for use with these cute curtains (like a roller shade or flat roman shade underneath & not attached to the curtains and that can be let up & down independently of the curtains). You get the idea.

Anonymous said...

Me again (Anonymous @ 12:32 AM). I forgot to add that the liners are sold separately, so you don't have to buy the blinds if you don't need them just to get the liners.

Karen T.

Tereza said...

Beautiful Nursery, Love the colours in it, and those curtains are so cute!

Kola said...

The room looks so amazing. Thanks for sharing!!

Double Glazing said...

The room was cool and pleasing to the eyes. The paint and furnitures look good together. I am inspired with your work. You've done a great work! Keep it up.

Cheryle said...

Erin, is there anywhere we could check out the room in more detail - does she have a blog? I was just wondering how she made those name frames... looking to copycat for our triplets' room for more personalization. :) Thanks!

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