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Designing Wolf's Nursery

wolf's nursery

Picture snapped from my phone of Wolf's nursery.

While I was pregnant, I had lots of ideas and visions on how I wanted to decorate Wolf’s nursery.  It seems like just about everyone was asking, “what’s the theme for the nursery?!”  From the beginning, I knew I wanted to go with a general animal theme, but as the pregnancy went on I narrowed it down to woodland creatures.  I became a little obsessed over the idea that Wolf should be surrounded by animals he’d see in nature, not with animals he’d only find in the zoo.  Well, of course we received LOTS of animals, but mostly giraffes, zebras and elephants not the bears, squirrels or owls I was hoping for.  Wolf’s nursery is isn’t what I’d originally planned for but it’s still a work in progress.

Want to see my inspiration?  We’re almost there, but here’s what I hope that it’ll look like once it’s finished.  {And when it is, I’ll share more photos!}

wolf's nursery

poster – printed on canvas by us from an old out of print bookplate, then turned into a “chart” by my husband
gulliver crib – ikea
aluminum letters – anthropologie
shelves – inspiration shelves from ikea, actual shelves made by husband
mobile {from actual photo above} – hand carved and painted by my dad’s friend
wooden stacker – little sappling toys
squirrel night light – anthropologie
vintage letter W
various vintage industrial steel bins
diaper pail – simple human
changing table / dresser found on craigslist, sanded up and repaired by husband
animal alphabet chart – rifle paper co {funny story, Wolf LOVES this poster.  it’s up on the wall behind my rocker where I feed him and he always stares at it.  we joke that he’s thinking “I can’t wait until Mom will teach me what these animals are!”}
rug – flor
vintage mid-century rocker – ebay
baby blanket – pendleton muchacho
stump – made by my husband’s mother

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