Robot Nursery

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A Project For

My Son Cooper

Location

Seattle, WA

Description

As software engineers my husband and I loved the idea of a 'geeky' twist on a nursery theme and fell in love with the idea of robots.

Decorating Style

Modern, Fun, Pop

Project Details

The room provided the perfect canvas for my creativity. A custom mural that depicts our travels around the world, grandma sewn robot pillows adorn the crib alongside custom designed sheets (spoonflower.com) and beneath a Flensted style paper robot mobile, a famous robot triptych hangs above the changing table, and blue accent walls say 'beep, bop, boop'

Things custom created by me: 

- 3 paneled Robot Mural, acrylic on canvas

- Famous Robots Triptych (Bender, R2D2, baby AT-AT), acrylic on poster board

- Sheet design and print via spoonflower.com

- Hand sewn sock robot

- Papercraft Flensted style robot mobile over crib

- Room painting (beep, boop, bop wall art on blue walls)

- Rosie the robot storage boxes, made from plywood IKEA boxes painted with acrylics

6 Comments

  1. 1

    Love the triptych and mural! Great job :)

  2. 2

    where did you get the wire part of the mobile?

  3. 3

    One of my favorite nurseries I’ve seen here. Whimsical, and wonderful.

  4. 4

    this is really the coolest room for baby, kid, boy or girl I have ever seen!! amazing how creative people can be. LOVE IT!!

  5. 5
    avatar Nicholas Scarpino

    This room is absolutely awesome! Is the dresser from Ikea?

  6. 6

    My son’s name is Cooper and I’m working on a robot room for him! I love all your elements. Adorable! Thanks for posting!

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