Delaney’s Room

Delaney’s room is finally done! Well, it was done 10 months ago but I finally took pictures today. :)

This is the view walking in the door.  The chair, furniture, and crib were all from Tristan’s room.  Teal pillow and ottoman are from Target, curtains from Pottery Barn Kids, and the mobile is from etsy.


The rug is from Pottery Barn Teen.



Andy made the prints from an idea I saw on etsy.  I didn’t want to spend the $120 cost to order the three prints in this size.  (!)  We had them printed for $16 instead.  Frames are from IKEA.



Aunt Bonnie made the Disney art!  The book shelves are spice racks from IKEA that I painted the same color as the ceiling stripes.



I found the embroidery hoop idea on pinterest and recreated it with fabric from Hobby Lobby.  Andy helped choose the colors!  I got the crib skirt at a consignment sale and my mom made Delaney the afghan.




This was a gift to me from my Godmother when I was a baby.  It was kind of the inspiration for Delaney’s room.  Unfortunately the wind blew the curtain and it got knocked off the dresser this summer and cracked into several pieces.  I used super glue to rescue it as best I could.


I couldn’t find a girly lamp that I liked, so I got a plain shade and crafted flowers out of hot glue and material.


My mom made Delaney this afghan.


The curtain tie backs are from Bed Bath and Beyond.


I bought the pieces of the mobile from a seller on etsy but I put it together myself.


Finally, the wonderful view from the big window!



What do you think?  I don’t even want to think about all the hours I spent putting this together!  The stripes on the ceiling were a big project.


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3 comments on “Delaney’s Room
  1. Kate says:

    LOVE Delaney’s room! I wish was talented like the Sheetz girls! :)

  2. Susan says:

    I love the colors! Can you please tell me what the gray paint color is on the wall? It’s the perfect gray!

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Hi! We're Candice & Andy, writing about our kids Tristan & Delaney and our life in Western Pennsylvania.