Native American Forest Nursery
The theme of the room is a Native American forest with a river running through it-note the turquoise as a representative of water. The additional decor theme is the triangular and circular shapes. I wanted the room to be fun and inspiring without using pastels or too “babyish” of a decor. I wanted it to be versatile, have pops of color with different textures and dimension popping out of the walls, all the while on a limited budget. There are many different natural textures to feel in this room – the real branches on tree limb rack, the real wool blanket, the bumpy ceramic tile that looks like stone in the lizard plaque, and the real leather in the mobile. I have a deep love for nature, animals and geometrical figures. The main color of the room is teal turquoise with secondary splashes of orange, yellow, and even more subtle greys. In some of the pictures the blue looks just blue, but it is in fact a bright teal. The wall is a faint Tuscany yellow but since it’s wall paper I hesitated to paint over it…the only thing yet I have to complete is paint the walls, add a rug and perhaps get some different curtains…the ones I have there came with the house.