Our sweet Lilly Belle's Neverland nursery. A mix of our love for Disney and never wanting to grow up!
We decided years before Lilly Belle was born that our first child's nursery would be themed after Disney's Peter Pan. Once we were pregnant, we decided it had to be Neverland. Boy or girl, we always wanted our baby to remember to always have fun and enjoy life. You never have to grow up all the way. We took bits and pieces from Neverland and tried to do it in a way that wasn't so commercial Disney but more our own spin on it.
I love color and a little bit of vintage/modern.
Project DetailsCrib - Amazon Babyletto Moda 3-in-1 in Espresso Crib Mattress - Amazon Sealy Extra Firm Crib Mattress Glider - Babies 'R' Us Rosie Glider and ottoman in Sand White Corner Shelves - Home Depot Disney Plushes - The Disney Store Peter Pan's Flight Attraction Poster - Disneyland Dumbo & Bullseye Plushes - Disneyland, California Adventure Midway Mania prizes won years ago Pluto Plush - The Disney Store Dinosaur Plush - Hand made by Matt's Aunt Mary White Frames (all in room) - Ikea Name Letters - Etsy GoingGaga Art above crib - "Peter Pan" Mary Blair Concept Art book from Amazon Lamp - Target Rug - Handmade Pink & White Minky Dot Blanket - Handmade Crib Sheet - Handmade, fabric from Spoonflower.com Teal Basket - Target Nightstand - Target Dresser - Ikea Hemnes 6-drawer dresser Mobile - DIY kit from Etsy Babyloveandkisses Dresser Knobs - Anthropologie Ubbi Diaper Pail - Amazon Diaper Basket - Target Changing Pad - Amazon LA Baby Changing Pad Cover - Amazon Aden & Anais Birch Paper Prints - Paper Store Clock & Lantern - Ikea Garbage Pail - Target (Easter Basket) Chalkboard - Handmade using a frame that was Matt's Grandma's Wall Color - Sherwin Williams Four Leaf Clover Neverland Map - frame Target, art hand drawn by my Dad
My favorite parts of Lilly Belle's nursery is her name on the wall, the knobs on her dresser, her Peter Pan's Flight attraction poster, the bold and fun wall color, and the chalkboard I made for her.
I created a lot of boards for inspiration. I watched the movie a few times and read as many Peter Pan books as I could to look at the pictures. We wanted this to be Lilly Belle's Neverland and I always kept that in mind to add personal touches.