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A Peter Rabbit Nursery That Will Make You Want To Redo Baby’s Room NOW

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A house-trained rabbit. I had no idea such a creature existed and yet there it was staring me in the face. Or rather, staring me in the ankles.

I watched the little guy hop around the house, scrunching his fuzzy little nose and surveying the living room. Then when nature called he discretely bounded away excusing himself to his designated “relieving” area.

I’ve never seen such a cultured and civilized little rodent.

No stumbling upon chocolate covered raisins only to be horrified at your mistake when you scoop down to pick them up. Or puzzle over how that spot on the carpet magically appeared.

I almost want to buy a house trained rabbit for myself. Almost.

Except I have vowed not to be responsible for any more living things. Two young boys and a Beta fish determined to beat the Guinness world record for lifespan already force me to lock myself in the bathroom for a socially unacceptable amount of time.

So if you’re like me and love fluffy little faces and twitching noses but don’t want to add more duties to your life, then you’ll love this Peter Rabbit inspired nursery.

Create a charming Peter Rabbit nursery that’s vintage with just enough modern flair to make it the perfect blend of styles. It’s a baby room that any Beatrix Potter fan will love!

An Unexpected Update to the Classic Peter Rabbit Nursery

This nursery captures the essence of the classic Peter Rabbit book but in a new streamlined way. The checked rug, the Jenny Lind style furniture, and the macrame pillows all exude a vintage vibe that compliments the original charming book. The navy nursery chair and table lamps add a soft juxtaposition against the black furniture, while the leather pouf and warm wood dresser emanate warmth and masculinity. And don’t forget the artwork! The art adds the much needed special touch that reminds you you’re in a baby’s room.

  1. Penn Station Pendant Lamp
  2. Squirrel Print
  3. Little Rabbit Print 
  4. Carrots & Radish Print
  5. Macrame Throw Pillow
  6. Da Vinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib
  7. Column Table Lamp
  8. Taylor 7 Drawer Dresser
  9. Owl Sketch Print
  10. Norm Wire Bin
  11. Benjamin Bunny Plush
  12. Peter Rabbit Print
  13. Wingback Recliner in Premium Performance Basketweave Navy
  14. French Breakfast Radish Print
  15. Gingham Area Rug
  16. Leather Pouf
  17. Jenny Lind Black Nightstand

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