Eden’s Favorite Things Nursery

  • Grey and White Striped Walls1/9
  • Round Mirrors from AllModern2/9
  • Play Table Close-up3/9
  • IKEA Play Tables Painted Yellow4/9
  • Eden's Animal Prints5/9
  • Paper Zebra and Giraffe from Land of Nod6/9
  • White Shelves from IKEA7/9
  • Baby Mod - Modena 3-in-1 Fixed Side Crib, Cool Grey8/9
  • Eden's Luggage9/9

A Project For

Eden

Age

2

Location

Baltimore, MD

Description

We had just decorated our daughter's room in our old house before we moved.  With all of the business of every other room, Eden's room suffered for quite a while.  The walls were neon green and yellow, with a huge blue shelf right in the middle.  We couldn't take it any more, so we decided to tackle painting stripes.  It was a challenge that took us three full days, but we did it.  The base colors are off white, gray, and yellow.  There are lots of other color accents in the room, and each detail represents a piece of Eden. Travel, whimsy, funny animals, her favorite books, and a love of herself in the mirror!  Just about everything is within her reach, and that's the way she likes it!

Design Inspiration

I had always wanted to do stripes in our house.  I bought black and white wallpaper for our bathroom that got lost in our move, so stripes were definitely going in my daughter's room.  We have gray throughout the house, so gray stripes were a natural choice for Eden's room.  Then I found the window's roman shade fabric, and it all came together after that.  I just played everything off the white, yellow, and black in the window fabric.

Decorating Style

Simple with surprises.

Project Details

Window Treatment Fabric - Fabric.com

Paper Zebra and Giraffe - Land of Nod

Swivel Rocker and Ottoman -  Pottery Barn

Yellow Play Tables (spray painted from original birch color) - IKEA (sure if they are still available, couldn't find them online)

Printed Pillow - Anthropologie

Yellow Gingham Pillow - IKEA (no longer available)

Number Ottoman - House Downtown (no longer available)

Kenwood Dresser - Restoration Hardware Baby & Child

Kenwood Dresser Topper - Restoration Hardware Baby & Child

Library Floor Lamp - Restoration Hardware

Black and White Prints - 20 X 200

Monkey Photo - The Animal Print Shop

Holey Lamp on Dresser - Marshall's (no longer available)

Mr. Boddington’s Books on Dresser and Bookshelves - Anthropologie

Doll - Land of Nod

Curious George in the Box - Land of Nod

Color Stacker on Little Yellow Table - Mother Goose

Purple Wooden Dinosaur from local shop that closed, but you can get it on Ebay!

“Love You” Night Light - Etsy

Black, White, Yellow Suitcases (vintage spray painted)

Piggy Bank and the Letter E (randomly) - Michael’s Crafts

Pickle Jar (vintage from flea market)

Wire Basket (vintage) - Thrift Shop

Bins on Top Shelf - Land of Nod

Books on Top Shelf (vintage from Kutztown flea market)

Kokeshi Dolls - World Market (in Florida)

Rhino Bookshelves - Marshall's (no longer available)

Baby Face Tin - The Big Flea in D.C.

White Shelves - IKEA

Stuffed Animal on Shelf (a gift from my sis)

Round Mirrors - AllModern (no longer available)

Grey Crib- Wal-Mart

Crib Sheet - Land of Nod

Geo Wall Hanging - Urban Outfitters

Chevron Gray Rug - Urban Outfitters

Toy Bin - Home Goods

Favorite Items

I love the papier mache animals on the wall.  They represent the wild side of her!

Advice

We started with the wall, and everything fell into place from there.  I often decide on the color or the wallpaper of the room first, then it's easier to visualize pieces within that environment.  I also decide on a loose color scheme, then add new colors to that palette to layer and mix it up.

4 Comments

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  2. 3

    It’s Waverly Square Root Sterling Fabric.
    I got it at Joann but a lot of places carry it.

  3. 4

    What are your wall colors? I have always wanted to paint our baby’s room with horizontal stripes, but now that we are expecting I’m having the worst time finding the right color. I love the way yours turned out and would love to find your colors if you wouldn’t mind sharing!

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