Amelia's Little Girl Room

Amelia's room is finally finished! I used some old, some new, and lots of gifts to furnish the room along with a few things we picked up on our travels. It's bright, colorful, and a little wordly ;)

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The quilt was handmade by Aunt Remi in Seattle. Cool Bear was a gift from Uncle Roy in San Francisco. The silk elephant was from L'Indochine boutique in Manila. Lion was a gift from Aunt Julie in San Diego. Bedding from Serena & Lily. Table lamp and rug from Land of Nod.

The quilt was handmade by Aunt Remi in Seattle. Cool Bear was a gift from Uncle Roy in San Francisco. The silk elephant was from L'Indochine boutique in Manila. Lion was a gift from Aunt Julie in San Diego. Bedding from Serena & Lily. Table lamp and rug from Land of Nod.

One of Amelia's first shirts, from when she weighed only 4 pounds, hangs with artwork from Uncle John and 4-year-old cousin Hoops. I'll let you figure out who made which. Haha. The Cordoba blocks were a gift from cousins Hoops and Winter. The wooden horsie was a gift from Uncle Kevin and Aunt Denise. Storage bin from Land of Nod.

One of Amelia's first shirts, from when she weighed only 4 pounds, hangs with artwork from Uncle John and 4-year-old cousin Hoops. I'll let you figure out who made which. Haha. The Cordoba blocks were a gift from cousins Hoops and Winter. The wooden horsie was a gift from Uncle Kevin and Aunt Denise. Storage bin from Land of Nod.

play area

play area

Our ocean friends turtle and seahorse were souvenirs from El Nido Pangulasian. Blabla mermaid was a present from Flola and the alphabet quilt was handmade by Grandma Judy from when we celebrated Amelia's 1st birthday with an Aloha Mermaid Party in Oahu's north shore. Quilt rack from Pottery Barn Kids.

Our ocean friends turtle and seahorse were souvenirs from El Nido Pangulasian. Blabla mermaid was a present from Flola and the alphabet quilt was handmade by Grandma Judy from when we celebrated Amelia's 1st birthday with an Aloha Mermaid Party in Oahu's north shore. Quilt rack from Pottery Barn Kids.

A hand-embroidered ottoman serves as a table. It came from the Hmong Tribe in Thailand, transported to Manila via L'Indochine boutique's inspiration seekers, and then flown to California specifically for Amelia's room. It's kinda the crown jewel piece of the room, right? 

A hand-embroidered ottoman serves as a table. It came from the Hmong Tribe in Thailand, transported to Manila via L'Indochine boutique's inspiration seekers, and then flown to California specifically for Amelia's room. It's kinda the crown jewel piece of the room, right?

 
Lots of people to thank on this wall :)  Grandma Joyce, Aunt Ricci, Aunt Rizza, Uncle Nicco, Aunt Julie, Uncle Clifford, Aunt Jan, Uncle Sriram and Aunt Vasavi. Book ledge from Ikea.

Lots of people to thank on this wall :)  Grandma Joyce, Aunt Ricci, Aunt Rizza, Uncle Nicco, Aunt Julie, Uncle Clifford, Aunt Jan, Uncle Sriram and Aunt Vasavi. Book ledge from Ikea.

Dolls from Bali, Kyoto, Shanghai, Los Cabos, and Cebu. Sales of the Sara doll (far left) from Bali benefits the non-profit Yayasan Kasih Peduli Anak , which provides shelter, care, and education for street children. The Isabel rag doll (far right) from Anthill Fabric Gallery in Cebu is made from scrap fabrics. Its proceeds benefits the Handcrafters of Mary Enterprise, which trains mothers how to sew in order to provide for their their families. Saltwater sandals from J. Crew. White garden stool from Ross Dress for Less.

Dolls from Bali, Kyoto, Shanghai, Los Cabos, and Cebu. Sales of the Sara doll (far left) from Bali benefits the non-profit Yayasan Kasih Peduli Anak , which provides shelter, care, and education for street children. The Isabel rag doll (far right) from Anthill Fabric Gallery in Cebu is made from scrap fabrics. Its proceeds benefits the Handcrafters of Mary Enterprise, which trains mothers how to sew in order to provide for their their families. Saltwater sandals from J. Crew. White garden stool from Ross Dress for Less.

tutu from Aunt Ricci

tutu from Aunt Ricci

Hi, Ameles! 

Hi, Ameles! 

Thank you to everyone for making Amelia's room so special! And a special shout out to Uncle Tom for installing the book ledges and baby-proof gates!