The fishing season has just started in my family – and I am of course still referring to yesterday’s post. As you now know, there’s a mini fisherman in our family now. I already dressed him in the coolest fishing outfit, and now I’m onto his fishing territory ie. the nursery.
My sister held back with decorating his room because the baby’s gender was a surprise and she chose to wait instead of doing a neutral room. She recently asked me if I had any ideas for his little room, (I want to bring up the fact that as soon as he was born I kept saying – “can we decorate the room, can we decorate the room, etc. etc.) She wasn’t ready they had to get rid of the office stuff from the room first, yaddi yaddi yada…. So now this is FUN time. Yeah.
These fishes here are so cool. They are modern enough that the kid can grow with them and they won’t get outdated. These fishes here come in primed wood, ready to be painted to fit your decor and are a set of 5 fishes. Aren’t these super cool?
The style of the room I like is something like this image below. I love the brown with the cool tones of blue and green. It becomes such a soothing colour story for a nursery and later for a growing boy. I would throw in some of the fish there of course…
Here is a crib set I like:
And this one too from 2 Sweet Sisters:
Wall stickers/ appliques are so big now, so why not get something fishy in vinyl?
This set here is from Uppercase Living, you can get them through my good friend Tisha here. Their product line is not just for kids, in fact you will be surprised to find beautiful accents for any room of the house with decorative, inspirational and even custom vinyl. Take a look.
There’s one more thing I want to add: it’s these great mobiles I found on Ohdeedoh.
So what do you think? I hope my sister will appreciate me – the self-appointed Nursery Designer. Do you have any favourites or maybe some other suggestions for this little guy? Maybe you have something hand made that would work… let me know and I could feature your items ;) HAVE A HAPPY DAY!Back to Blog