In this post, I offer to you as many details and sources as I remember for the items in the room ... in case anyone wants to try to duplicate part of the look or is just curious. (Remember, the only new things in the room are the comforters and the bed skirts. Everything else has been around the house for at least two years ... most things have been here for much longer.) Highlighted text links to previous blog posts about those items.
Comforters: Tommy Hilfiger down-alternative full-queen with microfiber cover, at T. J. Maxx
Red and White Quilts: Plow and Hearth Outlet
Bed skirts: 18" long, bought at Bed Bath & Beyond
Antique Rope bed: Lucketts Store, bought at least ten years ago.
Quilt on cedar chest: Antique feed sack quilt, shown in THIS post
Rag rug beside the bed: Rewoven antique RUG from Crazy as a Loom Weaving Studio.
Storage cabinet and white curtain panels: Ikea
Bamboo Blinds: Lowes, and I will show you how I installed these in another post soon.
Swing Arm Lamp: Walmart
Wall color: Benjamin Moore "Denim Wash" #838
Trim Color: Farrow and Ball "Wimborne White"
Greyhound Sign: eBay
Quilted pillow shams: Salvation Army Store
Vintage school desk: Class and Trash, Glen Allen, Virginia
Table lamp: Goodwill lamp and shade, painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint
Framed Print: Souvenir from Tater Red's in Memphis, Tennessee
Here is the lesson that I want to pass along by sharing this ... items don't have to match or even appear to coordinate in order for them to work together and create a welcoming space. If you buy and collect only things that you love, any space you use them in will be a perfect reflection of your own taste and personality.