(source: Honest Darling Nursery Reveal )
After purchasing the big items off our nursery registry we hvae begun putting together ideas for her room and have settled on an animal nursery theme. While we know it’s a girl I do not want pink absolutely everywhere and seeing all of the different inspiration, animals felt like a good theme. However, there are SO many things to choose from. as we rent our flat (LINK) we have decided not to do anything too aggressive with the walls. Thus after looking at a myriad of framed print options and murals we have decided to go for a removable mural. You will have to wait to see which one we picked but it has already arrived and I am very excited to put it up but our building has confirmed they will paint the walls in her room (as part of a refresh they are doing) next week so we will have to wait a bit more time to put it up.
As someone who likes to plan this makes me a bit anxious as I would love to get the space complete but it is nice they are going to do this for free and we do want to make sure the mural sticks to the wall well. While we wait for this to happen I have been scouring Pinterest, Etsy, blogs, and more to find animal nursery inspiration and wanted to share some of the gorgeous designs and pieces I have found.
(source: Zoo Animals Nursery Closet Dividers from EveryPrintable)
(source: Safari Baby Animal Prints from LightStarDesigns)
(source: Style Me Pretty’s A Modern Jungle Nursery in Every Shade of Pink)
(source: Safari Nursery Jungle Animal Wall Stickers from CrtvPrinting)
(source: Giraffe Stacker Shelfie from AtwickCreations)
(source: Project Nursery’s Vintage Safari Animal Wallpaper)
(source: Safari Natural Cotton Thermal Blackout Pencil Pleat Curtains from Dunelm)
(source: The Crown Prints Baby Jungle & Safari Animals Set Of 6)
Some of the items above are from Etsy, Dunelm, and Pottery Barn that you can purchase directly but I have also linked a handful of items below to make it a bit easier. Once we have all of the big pieces in place I also imagine we will add physical animals, starting with small stuffed animals (mark is partial to Jellycat) and then maybe some life size ones if we have the space and it fits with the rest of the decor. Take a look:
1 | Melissa & Doug Giant Giraffe – Lifelike Stuffed Animal (it is over 4 feet tall!)
2 | John Lewis Safari Animal Changing Mat
3 | Pottery Barn Kids Elephant Nursery Rocker
And if you are not quite ready but want to save ideas for later here are few images to Pin:
What do you think of this animal nursery inspiration?