Mr. Ben’s Woodland Nursery

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Description

Wanted something sweet and simple with orange and gray as the main colors.  I fell in love with the fox and raccoon stuffed animals and decided a woodland nursery was the way to go.

Design Inspiration

Henry the Fox and Chester the Raccoon from Walnut Animal Society.  I'm a sucker for an adorable stuffed animal.

Decorating Style

Modern and simple.  I'm a less is more kind of person.

Project Details

Photography: Julina Marie

Crib and Changing Table: Baby's Dream, Heritage Collection

Rug: IKEA (a steal at $20!)

Artwork: Olivia Lace on Etsy, Evajuliet on Etsy, The Animal Print Shop

Two pieces of art on/above the bookshelf were given to us as gifts.  The one hanging is of our two dogs with Benjamin (one of which passed away before Ben could meet him) illustrated by a very good friend of ours and the other is of a teddy bear illustrated by Benjamin's grandma.

Hagen Chair: Best Buy Buy Baby

Quilt: Crafty Blossom on Etsy

Favorite Items

The adorable baby that I can't get enough of

Advice

Have fun decorating but keep function and comfort in mind too.  Many nights will be spent roaming around half asleep in the dark in that room!

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