A little nod to the season: some Harry Potter, imagination, and crisp black and white. I think these tree decals would also be pretty cute as a pattern on one wall, and I love that giant (24″ x 36″!) feather photo!
We added this print to Ashley’s nursery. Thought I’d share it in case anyone else finds it inspiring for their little (or big!) guy’s space. Find it here on Society6. I love how it looks in that vintage frame.
(Pictured on the West Elm Souk Rug.)
First, don’t forget to enter the Lullaby Paints giveaway!!Here is a little bit of fun, brightly colored circus inspiration. White walls and bright, primary colors make this look feel fresh, and this can easily stay neutral!
One of you (and I can’t recall who, so if it’s you, please let me know and I’ll credit you!) once wrote on your blog that “black accents are like mascara for a room.” Love that! A bit of black and white can really add a bit of fresh polish to a space that needs some extra pop. The extra bonus for a nursery is that babies love the contrast, and it will keep them entertained for quite awhile (just don’t put it in their line of vision from where they will be sleeping!). I posted a few favorite black and white accents on BHG style spotters today – check it out for the sources! (And don’t forget to enter the quilt giveaway!!)