When we found out we were pregnant with our first baby, I immediately went to Pinterest and started looking up nursery inspiration. I knew I wanted to have a Disney nursery of some sort, but wanted a more specific theme than simply Disney. I found a lot of cute Winnie the Pooh nurseries, and I began to pin some of the aspects that I liked. When we found out we were having a girl, I found my color scheme! Winnie the Pooh fits in with most pastel colors, and I chose soft pink. I figured I have to go all-out when she’s a baby in case she hates pink when she’s older. My husband helped me choose the shade, and then had a friend paint the room for us (paint fumes are a no-no when pregnant). The Winnie the Pooh Bear theme ended up being more subtle than I originally planned, but I love how it turned out. There are a few Pooh Bear plush toys around the room, a few pictures of him on the walls, a honey pot on a shelf, some Pooh Bear books on her shelves, and the blanket on the crib, but nothing too loud.
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We used this Winnie the Pooh blanket and sheet set (which also came with three plush wall hangings. These are the Winnie the Pooh prints we ordered, which we then framed.
My husband got this super cute sign of her name off of Etsy. It’s lightweight wood and we stuck it to the wall using command strips.
My best friend painted this tree on the wall for me! I saw it on Pinterest and so she just painted away one day and it turned out amazing! She painted some corner shelves the exact same shade, so that some of Lily’s animal friends can sit on the shelf (they were originally going to hold books, but turns out the shelves can’t hold much weight).