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Bubblegum Safari Nursery

I have a Spicey 2 year old, thought thru what I could do, and the greys and whites with hints of pink seem to calm her sassieness, all while giving her things to do in her room, such as puzzle at her table, her own private reading corner, and safari images for education.



The interior of a student’s room is radically different from the design of a bedroom for younger children. Now it is no longer a colorful and bright space strewn with toys, but a rational, orderly room, however, not devoid of a special childish charm.
Design features
At the age of 7-12, the child becomes more responsible, organized, but this happens gradually. In the student’s room there are toys and books, textbooks and notebooks, things for walking and a school uniform. The task of parents is to ensure balance, to make the transition period from preschooler to teenager interesting and comfortable.
The student’s room should be divided into functional areas: work, sleep and play. Sometimes the play area is supplemented with a small workplace – for example, if the child loves to draw or is engaged in modeling, and the desk is installed separately so that work and rest are still separated.
And don’t forget the lighting. In a schoolchild’s room, the top chandelier alone is not enough – there must be a sconce by the bed and a high-quality table lamp.
Furniture selection
Furniture for a student’s room should be practical, and this is the main rule. You will need to provide for the following furnishing elements:
work desk and comfortable chair;
book shelves;
wardrobe or chest of drawers for things;
boxes for storing toys.
It’s good if there is a place in the nursery for the child’s handicrafts, for his letters and photos. Also, a sports corner will not hurt, so that the child can relieve the accumulated stress with benefit, not by senseless running around the apartment, but with the help of sports.


Cactus Cowboy

Once my husband and I found out we were having another boy we knew we wanted the boys to share a room. I wanted to create a space that was beneficial for my 3 year old and my soon to be newborn. I kept most of the decor from my first sons nursery and just added some small details to make it feel new. I really love how their room turned out and my oldest son could not wait for the arrival of our new little buckaroo to share their room.

Bright and Cheery Popart

I wanted something bright and Cheery that he could grow with as he got older. Also something gender neutral in case he has to share a room with a sibling in the future.


Campbell’s It’s a Small World Big Girl Room!

We updated Campbell’s nursery into a big girl room!
“It’s a world of laughter, a world of tears.  It’s a world of hopes and a world of fears.  There’s so much that we share, that it’s time we’re aware…it’s a small world after all!  There is just one moon and one golden sun, but a smile means friendship to everyone.  Though the oceans are wide and the mountains divide, it’s a small world after all!”
We LOVE disney world and are annual passholders…therefore we love it’s a small world!  It’s such a special ride to me.  I rode it as a little girl too!  For a few years now I’ve wanted to do our nursery in this theme and finally got to do so.  I wanted it to look very much like the ride–and my favorite artist, Mary Blair’s beautiful geometric designs on the ride and her ride concept art.  I knew I wanted lots of gold and white, but it took me a long time to figure out what other colors I wanted to add.  I was very close to doing just golds, silvers, and white like the ride queue at Disney World, but I decided to throw out the silver and add corals, pinks, and mint–still nodding to the tons of gold and white and glitter found on the ride :) And now, we have converted it to a big girl room!
The geometric prints are my absolute fave part of this beautiful ride and concept art.  I knew I wanted a WHOLE wall…it took me 4.5 days and LOTS of painters tape…but I did the focal wall by hand.  I also added touches of gold glitter papers here and there as some of the shapes.  I also painted a lot of the shapes by hand.
Instead of going through each little detail, please note all the products and product links on the right side of the screen!
Made by me and not included in links:
clock facebuildingsfeature walldresser (painted by friend)several of the arts above the dresser (“2”, circles, one golden sun, happiest cruise, world of hopes, etc) Couldn’t find a link for:
the round coral pillow in the chair :)  I think it’s from the At Home store!The white flokati rugs I taped together from Homgoods :) I knew I wanted a gallery wall–so I made lots of things and collected lots of items as well!  One of my fave things on that wall above the coral dresser (my childhood dresser painted by my friend and face-lifted with new hardware) is the gold heart with the hollywood lights.  Those lights remind me so much of the lights on the ride!
My fave thing besides the feature wall is probably the clock face.  I knew for a long time I wanted this above the crib, and I needed it to be light in case it fell randomly–at first it was going to be wood!  I changed my mind and had a local sign shop cut me a solid white circle from foam board and then I used glitter paper and hot glue to make the face.  I also did this with the large buildings (that look like the ride!) on the adjacent wall.  I originally had more buildings but took some out so it wouldn’t look too busy over there.
I also knew I wanted hot air balloons as a nod to the ending of the ride :)
I couldn’t find a cheap flokati WHITE rug (all I could find was tons of ivory!) so I found two small ones at Homegoods and literally duct-taped them together on the back :D
This entire room, all the furniture, decor, paint, etc–was probably around $1200.  I try to stay cheap!This room is a dream come true for me and really special :)  The ride and words to the song are precious–promoting world peace and trying to get us all to relate to one another and see that we really aren’t so different after all!  I also love all the cultures in the ride and everything the kids can learn about world geography–it’s so fun!Thank you for viewing our nursery!  I hope you like it :)

Presley’s Toddler Room Reveal

During quarantine I decided I was ready to give my daughters room a makeover, from nursery to toddler room. I knew I wanted to make this special but also not spend a ton on it. Majority of everything is good finds from Amazon. The most important shop I used for this room was Project Nursery. Without the wall decals, the amazing comforter and the ABC rug this room would be so bare! I truly did not know what kind of theme I wanted to go for but the second I looked at Project Nursery I had so many different ideas in my head and just went for this white and pink look with also a little bit of floral. I am so excited to be sharing this with you guys! Side note- my dad built the bed frame for me and we painted it white. It is super simple and you can find sizes and dimensions on Pinterest if you are interested in making one on your own as well!