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How To Make A Charming & Happy Winnie The Pooh Nursery

Today I have another classic book themed nursery inspiration board. I didn’t realize it before, but I’ve done several nurseries based on books, ranging from a Harry Potter nursery to a Where the Wild Things Are nursery to last week’s Dr. Seuss nursery.

As moms, we want to share what was most meaningful to us with our children. The books we grew up reading leave a lasting impression and we can’t help but feel nostalgic when we look back on them. And this Winnie the Pooh nursery is no different.

Share your love of AA Milne's classic storybook with your new baby with this Winnie the Pooh nursery. It's modern while still brining in the traditional elements of the classic. Click through for all the source info.

Even though I didn’t read Winnie the Pooh as a child, I still appreciate the huge impact those books have left on generation after generation. And of course, I appreciate the values of hard work, solid friendships and free-spirited play the books teach.

 

Winnie the Pooh Nursery

Share your love of AA Milne's classic storybook with your new baby with this Winnie the Pooh nursery. It's modern while still brining in the traditional elements of the classic. Click through for all the source info.

I created this Winnie the Pooh nursery to reflect the youthful feelings of Christopher Robbin and all his hundred acre friends.

I didn’t stray too far from the classic Winnie the Pooh’s colors of red and golden yellow, with a dash of soft blues thrown in to balance things out.

Like usual, I chose neutral pieces of furniture for the most expensive parts of the room (think: the crib, the dresser, and the glider). This way you’re able to use them with another child in the future or you can update the nursery theme without starting from scratch.

I added in two adorable prints of Pooh and Tigger as babies to keep the room youthful. The red plus sign rug also adds a fun and modern twist to the traditional colors. And let’s not forget about the whimsical cloud shelf; it’s the perfect accent for this baby room!

This Winnie the Pooh nursery ushers the classic storybook into the 21st century home to share lasting memories with the newest generation of A.A. Milne fans.

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  1. Oilo 3 Light Cylinder Pendant Light
  2. Howard Elliot Serenity Mirror
  3. Tigger Print (this one is equally as cute!)
  4. Winnie the Pooh Print
  5. Glass Table Lamp in Yellow
  6. Andersen Crib in Maple
  7. Astrid Pillow in Dark Sky Blue
  8. Dip Top Bin
  9. Red Plus Sign Rug
  10. Eeyore Print
  11. Overcast Cloud Wall Shelf
  12. Winnie the Pooh Tsum Tsum
  13. Piglet Tsum Tsum
  14. Cargo 6 Drawer Dresser
  15. Herrold Wood Table
  16. Epic Swivel Glider

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