Traditional nursery wall murals are made modern here with cool shapes, contemporary colors and oh yeah, the wildlife found in the North woods of Wisconsin!
Child’s name: Baby Peterson
Location: Alpharetta, GA
What was your inspiration for the room?
The inspiration for the room was the wildlife found in the North woods of Wisconsin.
What best describes your decorating style?
Our decorating style could best be described as Mod-Mom. Combing Modern shapes and lines with traditional colors and design elements.
Please share with us choice of paint colors, furniture, art, diy tips, etc.
Paint colors are all from the Lowes low VOC collection. Mural was designed at home on a computer and printed, tiled and traced onto walls. Book shelf and flower light from Ikea, sleigh crib from Target, Glider from Atlanta baby outlet. All items bought on sale and refinished to match. A great way to save money!
What is your favorite item(s) in the room?
Some of our favorite items in the room are:
Flower lights: $18 dollars at ikea! Paint some leaves on the cord and it looks like it was custom made for the mural
Shadow Box Tree: A cool way too work storage into a design scheme.
Is there anything else you would like to share?
We are very proud of our project nursery and can’t wait to show our new baby girl!
Kudos to Mom and Dad for channeling lots of love and creativity into baby’s room. Baby Peterson can expect a very warm welcome from her adorable new friends!
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Thursday 18th of February 2010
I love this and would love to do it for our little one due in October. How could you adjust it to be unisex? Very cute work. Love the shadow boxes.
Friday 5th of June 2009
Completely amazing! The parents went above and beyond - the murals are so fun, cute, and friendly!
Thursday 4th of June 2009
I would be excited to bring my daughter home to that room too...so darling!
Wednesday 3rd of June 2009
LOVE that shadow box tree bookshelf idea! So cute.