Vintage Science Fiction Nursery

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Description

My husband is science fiction nerd and once we found out we were having a boy, we decided that his nursery would be sci-fi themed and more specifically vintage sci-fi. The room that is now his nursery is our smallest bedroom (approximately 9x7), so we had to make the most of the small space.

Design Inspiration

Once we knew the theme, I researched vintage sci-fi both on Google and Pinterest and soon found the images of the robots. They are from artist John Golden, originally sold at the Land of Nod. Also, my husband is a huge Star Trek fan so we had to incorporate this some how.

Decorating Style

Modern and clean lines (something that will grow with him.)

Project Details

Reflecting Pool Paint Color: Sherwin Williams

Crib: Munire Urban

Dresser: Romina Karisma

Robot Prints: Etsy(direct from the artist) and Allposters.com.

Frames: A.C. Moore

Growth Chart: BuyBuyBaby.com

Star Trek Print: Etsy

Shelves and Closet Organization System: Container Store

Light, Drawer Liners: IKEA

Letters and Switch-Plates: Made by Mom with digital scrapbook paper bought on Etsy

Mobile: Etsy

Gear Shift Rug: Lowes

Favorite Items

Mobile was a great find to incorporate Star Trek in a tasteful manner.

Advice

There is a lot of space themed items out there, but did not want ours to be cookie cutter. Spent a lot of time researching different options and found ways to not break the bank so we could splurge on other items.

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