Yes, yes I know, it's been just under 7 months and you still haven't seen Miss Lila or her nursery.
I promised you all something and I am going to deliver. I'll give you a back story on Lila's rom. It was an ever changing idea that never really turned into anything I had originally planned. I had a lot of fun and a lot of challenges but I am very happy with the way it turned out. Part of why it took me so long is because I wanted to get to know her a little. I decided to give it the bones but that the personalized things waited until I had met her and knew her. What I have discovered about Miss Li is that she definitely is nothing like her sister. Very smily and sweet. Sensitive, and cuddly and also GIRLY. Ruby is a girl and has girly tendencies but she is much more of a rambunctious little tomboy who loves to wrestle and be silly.
This room also was a project that I spent a fraction of what it cost me to make Ruby's. I originally was going to buy all new everything but then I realized that my design hoarding was taking over the house and I needed to declutter and utilize the things that I was holding on to for...... what? I don't know. What you see in this room was mostly things that I had lying around the house. The things that were purchased were one set of curtains, one of my area rugs, and the knobs on the closet doors. EVERYTHING else I had. Seriously. You are probably asking yourself where the "eff" did all this come from? Yes it was in my storage room and yes my husband is more than happy that I spent less and cleaned up the storage room more.
I have a few projects that I DIY'd in here (of course) and I plan on sharing some of these things with you along the way. So I'll just shut up and let you take a peek-see of the eye candy that is Lila's room.