I know I've already given you a few tasters along the journey of decorating our spare bedroom for when my granddaughter Flic comes to stay. Now admittedly it hasn't been the fastest bedroom makeover. (I started it back in July!!)
The curtains were made from one of two duvet sets that I got half price from Tesco's (Only £4.50 each).
The chest of drawers is one we have had for ages and was painted in Farrow's cream by Farrow & Ball and given new handles purchased from EBay.
The Peter Rabbit cup, saucer and plates belonged to my eldest daughter. She used to collect all things Beatrix Potter and kindly donated these for the new bedroom. The white dog, the monkey and the dark brown bear were also legacies from when my girls were young. The bear with scarf I found in a charity shop yesterday he was only £2.39 and I fell in love with him! The Ladybird shops were also from a charity shop and were only 10p each.
The second duvet set from Tesco was used for it's original purpose. The cushion was made from a panel on a baby quilt that I bought for £1.99 in a charity shop and the background was some of the leftover fabric from the cover I used to make the curtains.
Two framed Beatrix Potter pictures added above the bed.
These were also bought from a charity shop ...
...only £3.50 for the two.
The whole project came in at just under £280, and that included the Edwardian bed (a purchase from EBay) and a new mattress.