I thought I would share the mural I painted when I was 7 months pregnant with Emelia. I have always loved the whimsy and quirky quality that Dr. Seuss books had, and always knew I wanted a Dr. Seuss themed nursery. Now after both kids have moved out of the room and into their own space it is now a fun playroom for them to be themselves in. :)
The finished Product!
Come on in! Love the new doors.
I was planning on making a growth chart for the Fox in the socks to hold but never got around to it.
The cute hat lamp
The comfy chair I rocked both my babies in
I love this room. I'm not sure if I will ever have the heart to paint over it.
Amy, your nursery is amazing! I bet your kids just LOVE it!!!!ReplyDelete
You just have to have another little one who will enjoy it.ReplyDelete
What an after! Wow. We are huge fans of the Seuss here...ReplyDelete
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um WOW! this is incredible. I am amazed by the mural. it looks so cute.ReplyDelete
this is awesome!! you can always have another baby=D the theme is gender neutral, i think. or make it into a playroom or study room =)ReplyDelete
This nursery is AMAZING!!! You did a FABULOUS job!!!! And I love the red polka dot bedding! Do you mind if I ask where you got it?ReplyDelete
Thank you! Unfortunately it was 7 years ago so I don't remember where I got it. But I do remember the sheet and the bedding came from two different websites.Delete
Those colors worked out so perfect because I used it for my daughter and two years later for my son, so it was very gender neutral. :)
What did you use for drawing and outlining your characters? My husband and I are getting ready to paint a Dr.seuss nursery and are trying to figure out the best way for paint and draw the charactersReplyDelete
Hi! I just hand drew the characters. I had all the books and found the characters in there that I wanted to add.Delete
You can use a projector. Or take the images to staples and get them blown up larger scale black and white. Put graphite paper behind and trace the image into the wall. Good luck!