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Woodland Vintage Nursery


I wanted something with a vintage feel and plenty of heirloom pieces.  I tried to avoid anything too theme-like but couldn't resist the charm of little woodland creatures.

Design Inspiration

I was inspired by the the fox blanket I bought before I was pregnant.  We started decorating before we found out the sex so we made the room neutral with my two favorite colors, orange and grey.

Decorating Style

I love americana and antiques from the first half of the last century and I really wanted the nursery to reflect that but without feeling old.  My goal was fresh and fun.

Project Details

Wall Colors: Valspar Autumn Orange & Stormy Skies

Crib, Dresser & Hutch: Basset Baby Ava (Buy Buy Baby)

Bookshelf: Made by maternal great-grandfather

Glider: Target

Coat Tree: Heirloom from maternal grandmother

Bear Photo: "Teton Teddy" by Thomas Mengelsen

Owl Chalkboard:

Fox Print: GandGPrints on Etsy

North American Animals Print:

Other Prints: trafalgarsquare on Etsy

Mobile: atlierbloom on Etsy

Raggedy Ann/Andy Book Ends: Heirloom from me, made by my grandfather

Quilt: Made by a family friend, fabric from Spoonflower

Grey Fox Pillow: supayana on Etsy

Blue Fox Pillow: Made by me, fabric from JoAnn's

Fox Blanket: SewnNatural on Etsy

Fitted Sheet: Circo

Crib Skirt: Made by me, fabric from Spoonflower

Grey Initials: painted by me, purchased at JoAnn's

Fabric Hoops: made by me, fabric from JoAnn's, Sarah's Fabric

White Floating Shelves: Target

Curtain: Heirloom  from me, made by me and my mother

Doll Cradle: Heirloom from me, made by my grandfather

Favorite Items

Bookshelf made by my grandfather.  It was always in my room growing up and I'm so glad  I can share it with my little girl.


Don't be afraid to use bold colors and mix styles.


Thursday 21st of November 2013

you did an awesome work! warm earthy colors with lots of whimsical details.

Freya Natasha Fernandez Dy

Monday 18th of November 2013

That is an adorable mobile! I also love those fabrics with fun prints that you placed in embroidery rings.