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Neverland Nursery


A Neverland Nursery that tells the story of a classic childhood novel.

Design Inspiration

The map of Neverland. We took different elements from the story; a wood grained wallpaper on the ceiling for the Lost Boys treehouse, a fisherman's net filled with plush toys for Mermaid Lagoon, and Captain Hook even makes an appearance on a garment rack.

Decorating Style

Our style took a stroll through Fantasyland, where everything is beautifully chaotic, but harmonious at the same time. We wanted a calming coziness to fly through the room, so we played around with different tones of beige and an airy blue with hints of Peter Pan green. We kept the furniture traditional and chose accessories that perfectly tied the adventure together.

Favorite Items

The large wooden alphabet block painted in green. We wanted to reference Peter Pan in a bold way without overshadowing the baby boy the room belong to. Pun intended.


Take a Disney favorite, use the unique details, and make it more adult-like. It gives you a more elegant room that the kids love and allows them the perfect space to {never} grow up in.

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  1. avatar Allison says:

    I love the decor in his room. I was wondering where did you find hat twin bell clock I love the color and style.

  2. avatar Alyssa Annal says:

    Where did you get the teepee from? I have a small bedroom and all the teepees I have found have a huge footprint. This one looks small. Thanks!

  3. avatar Nicole says:

    Please, please, tell me where the clock is from?! I’ve been looking for one just like it!!!

  4. avatar Natalie says:

    Where did you get the chest?

  5. avatar Laura Swope says:

    I love the color of the walls. Can you tell me what color you used?

  6. avatar Sarah says:

    Where did you happen to get the Big Ben statue? Thanks!

  7. avatar elletid says:

    Hi ladies!
    The framed quotes were designed and printed by us. The roman shades were made at a local workroom and the fabric is from Kravet. It can be ordered through us, email for info.

  8. avatar Susan says:

    Can you please tell me where you got the roman shades ??? I need those for my guest room!

  9. avatar Shana says:

    Where did you get those Roman shades?!?!

  10. avatar Britney says:

    I’d love to hear how you made the framed quotes! I’m already working on my sons peter pan nursery, I can’t stand how cute these ideas are!!

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