A Peter Rabbit Tale

{ Peter Rabbit Nursery}
This whimsical nursery began for my client's first child 3 years ago. When Stacy found out she was having her 2nd boy, she came to me to help develop the theme for her new little boy's nursery even further. They had just moved into a new house so it was decided to re-purpose some old pieces and bring in some new ones for the new layout.

{ Custom Dresser from Beach Bungalow}

The custom dresser we designed for Stacy is also used as a changing table. We chose a finish that was a distressed rub through in white. Stacy was gifted the cute Peter Rabbit canvas the hangs over her dresser at her baby shower. We added a cream matelasse border to give the canvas more body around it.    

{ Corsican Iron Crib}
The crib bedding was a traditional toile in blue and white which we accompanied with a white mattlasse and a blue\white check. I found the blue diamond chenille rug at Pottery Barn kids. The rug has a super soft texture to it for Andrew as he starts crawling.

{ Vintage Shelf from Beach Bungalow}
This shelf is one my favorite accessories that we carry. It can come in any color and you can pick a scalloped bottom or straight like this one. Its a different way to display your favorite special pieces that you want to keep little hands away from!:)

The lamp was found by Stacy's mom. We all felt like it needed some color added. I found this polka dot trim which we lined the top and bottom of the lamp shade with. We had our muralist paint the blocks so the letters stood out in blue. These little touches add so much to the room.

Stacy found the hot air balloons and hung them in the corner. I LOVE them and were a great way to introduce other colors in the room besides blue and white.

{Lauren Heinle Murals}

 Lauren painted this scene as a take on the Peter Rabbit theme. The mama bunny being Stacy and the two little rabbits being her two boys. She customized it to have two little hot air balloons floating above with Andrew and Warren's names written on them. We aren't totally finished with this room yet. We decided to add a couple more pictures and some canopy curtains to the crib after installation. I'll be sure to post pictures when it is totally done! I hope you we inspired you to find your favorite theme and interpret it through out your room. AND, as always, we are here at the Bungalow to help!

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