Winnie the Pooh nursery -Vintage/Classic-

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I had a green rocking chair and yellow walls from a previous nursery, so I had to play with them. Luckily we picked the Winnie the Pooh theme that goes great with those colors. I soon found several items that would go great with the colors and theme. I also wanted to buy a Babyletto Hudson crib to match the one I bought for my other son, in case we move and I want to have the baby boys sleeping in the same room. I also had the green Ikea rug, that I was using in the playroom and I thought it would go well with this nursery.

Design Inspiration

We picked Winnie the Pooh because I used to love it as a child and we had chosen Cristopher as the name of the baby, like Christopher Robin in the story.

Decorating Style

Vintage, Classic. We stuck to the classic look of  Winnie the Pooh versus the bright colors of the modern version. It's elegant, sophisticated, but also simple, and soft.

Project Details

Chair: Best Chairs (you can find them at Buy Buy Baby)

Crib: Babyletto Hudson

Dresser: Delta collection (Toys R Us)

Rug: Ikea Hampem

Letters and floor lamp: Pottery Barn

Art: Etsy shop Cloud Nine Prints. Frames are from Michael's ($4 each)

Polka dots Curtains, finials and tie backs: Pottery Barn

Valance, table lamp, crib sheet, blanket, baby book, and breathable bumper (not pictured): Toys R Us Winnie the Pooh collection

Ceiling light fixture (not pictured): Home Depot

Hamper, toy trunk, and books crate: Target

Favorite Items

The art. Each picture goes with a quote from the story.


This nursery theme works great for a boy, a girl, twins, or for when you don't want to find out the sex of the baby.

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