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Vintage Folklore Nursery

We recently updated our baby's nursery and it has a vintage folklore theme. We added removable wallpaper to one wall to create an accent wall and I just love the way it came together!
We started off painting the room in Benjamin Moore's "swiss coffee" with "simply white" as the trim color. This is my favorite combination and we have this throughout our entire home! The removable wallpaper is from Walls Need Love and it was so easy to apply to the walls! Just about 2 hours and it was all up and ready to go!
I found these vintage parlor mirrors online and knew that they would be the perfect fit for this space!
I wanted to keep the decor simple since the wall was the huge statement in this room. I added a few signs and a little garland....
This faux fig tree is making an appearance everywhere in our home. I just love the color it adds to the space!
On both of our daughter's room doors we have a screen door. I wanted to be able to keep our pets out but still see inside and he able to hear them :)
This stool was a vintage find from the Country Living Fair, a place I love visiting every year!

Materials used for this project:

  • Walls Need Love wallpaper
  • Benjamin Moore paint

To see more: http://www.lynzyandco.com/vintage-folklore-nursery/

Ask the creator about this project

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Jul 20, 2016

    This is seriously the perfect nursery!! I adore that bunny wallpaper :)

  • William
    William Burbank, IL
    on Jul 20, 2016

    Very Very cute, warm, and calming.

  • Lagree Wyndham
    Lagree Wyndham Bonneau, SC
    on Jul 20, 2016

    The screen door idea is Genius!

  • Crazyovercrafts
    on Jul 20, 2016

    I love this room. It is so cozy and inviting. I especially love the rug with the wallpaper.

  • Sam Silver
    Sam Silver Monte Rio, CA
    on Jul 21, 2016

    It looks great but in all reality, white is a real challenge to keep with a child.

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