So ignoring items b and c for now - here is how she looks. I busted out the fish eye lens so you can see more of the room at once. Take my word for it, the walls don't curve in real life.
As you can see I made a few small adjustments from last week including making a little polkadot pillow for the chair, swapping the painting over the bed for some framed fabric, hiding the white pillowcases underneath the gray.
For those that have asked, here are the details of the various elements.
Wall color: Benjamin Moore Silver Marlin, Flat
Trim: Benjamin Moore Bone White, Semi-gloss
Floors: Original to the house, no stain, high gloss oil based poly
Chandelier: Vintage from Mr. Limestone's parents house
Headboard: Purchased secondhand from a wholesale showroom via Craigslist
Quilt: Rosette by Anthropologie
Square pillows: Dwellstudio Peony Pillow from Target
Dotted pillowcases: Sewn by me, fabric is Midwest Modern by Amy Butler
Rug: Surya, suggested and ordered through the talented Paula Grace
Dresser: Find Furnishings, Brooklyn
Canvas over dresser: Painted by me, based on this vintage photo
Chair: Second hand from ETG, Staten Island
Little pillow on chair: Sewn by me, fabric is Summer Soiree Paula Prass
Both Nightstands: Purchased second hand from Englishtown Antiques
Lamps: Cost Plus (no longer available)
Collage Canvases: Designed by me, printed by Uprinting
Frames over the bed: Ikea, yellow fabric is Chardonnay Home Vicki Payne
Jewelry tree stand: Little Birch by Urban Outfitters
Black hands: Jewelry display from Nile
Small female bust: Ebay
Drapes & Hardware: Purchased at the now defunct Linens and Things but available elsewhere.
If I missed anything, just ask.
Im really happy with how it looks. It has the color scheme, mix of textures, new + old, and personal touches that I wanted. So its nearly there and its certainly good enough to make feel like I accomplished 'finishing' the room.
But is anything ever finished really? There are a couple small things I could use help with. Please feel free to weigh in:
I'd like to replace the fabric in the frames with two of my own photographs. I'm terrible at selecting my own - all I see is what could be improved. Suggestions?
I'd like to replace the photos on the dresser with some of my own photographs as well. See #1.
I'm not sold on the quilt. I think it looks pretty but it doesn't sing to me. What I'd really like is a simple, medium gray comforter (NO DUVET COVERS EVER!!) but I can't find that for the life of me. Have you seen a gray comforter?
Not sure if I should paint the nightstand on the left to match the gray on the right. On the one hand, it works well with the wood on the chair legs. On the other hand, I wouldn't mind a bit more symmetry on this wall.