Matteo’s Aviation Travel Nursery

  • Aviation Travel Nursery1/12
  • Nursery2/12
  • Map3/12
  • Dresser/Changing Table4/12
  • Signage from baby shower with changing pad5/12
  • Side table light6/12
  • Glider7/12
  • Cloud pillow and glider8/12
  • Closet9/12
  • Vintage airplane mobile10/12
  • Crib11/12
  • Aviator shoes12/12
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Description

This is Matteo's aviation travel nursery.

Design Inspiration

Both my husband and I love to travel and would love our child to see the world and love to travel as well.  We also incorporated aviation into the theme because we love the idea of him flying through the sky above the clouds through life and ready for all the adventures he'll take.

We wanted to purposefully put it together with items from our own adventures, things our family and friends contributed through time to pull everything together.  We wanted the room to represent what we believe in- that the world is one big adventure, but your family and friends are always there to support and love you through your journeys!

 

Decorating Style

Eclectic, vintage and fun

Project Details

Chalkboard map - Restoration Hardware

Crib - Pottery Barn Kids

Dresser/changing table - IKEA and chalk painted blue drawers

Cloud mobile - DIY

Vintage plane mobile - Restoration Hardware

Satin nickel plane- Pottery Barn Kids

Cloud pillow - DIY

Bookshelf - Repurposed

Suitcases - Land of Nod

Globe - Repurposed

New York poster and vintage map - Paper Source

Winged clock - From travels in Florence, Italy

Glider- Costco

Crib sheet set, pillows and monogrammed quilt - Pottery Barn Kids

Yellow quilt - Quilt passed down from mom

Closet storage bins - Repurposed

Aviation baskets in closet - HomeGoods

 

Favorite Items

Cloud mobile- our baby stares and laughs at the different colors of the raindrops

Map- this chalkboard map can be written and drawn on in the future.  Our hope is our child will be able to identify places he'd like to go to and explore in the future.

Advice

Have fun with the room and don't be too concerned with perfection.  Be inspired from everything and take ideas you've seen and incorporate your own personality and spin on it.  Your baby's room should be a reflection of you and your husband's personality and a place where the baby can build his own little personality.

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