Old toys baby nursery

I painted the pillows on the crib, bed and pouff.
The story walls were hand-painted using a diluted paint technique to give it a light appearance and the story was created following a metric and a self harmony, incorporating the toys figures in a pleasing pattern.

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varalika_srivastava
Varalika Srivastava added this to 10 Things to Know Before Designing a Nursery30 October 2016

1. Don’t rush into buying everything at onceShopping for your baby is such a thrill. And setting up the nursery is one of the most exciting parts of welcoming the angel in your life. But we suggest you not to be hasty. Work hard on the basics – like a non-toxic paint, an appropriate crib, gentle but ample lighting, and baby proofing. But wait for the baby to come before filling the room up with other furniture and accessories. Don’t get pressured into buying a lot – a newborn requires only your love and attention, and you will know when it is time to buy other items.

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cmorris2011
cmorris2011 added this to Baby Nursery13 July 2020

I just love this old toy theme. If you scroll through all the pics it shows the cool wallpaper and furniture arrangement

ptaylor83
ptaylor83 added this to Nursery22 March 2020

Interesting layout with trundle bed

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