Now that they are making good progress on our new house, my husband has suggesting it is time I start thinking about what I want to do with the kids new rooms. It doesn’t seem that long ago since I worked on my little girl’s nursery and I think I will just reuse most of the décor items in her room until she is ready to be moved up to a big girl bed.
For her nursery, I chose a hot air balloon theme. I wanted something bright and girly and it seemed like an easy theme to pull off with a few simple DIY projects.
I started with a bright bedding set and we added stripes of blue and pink paint around the room. The blue stripe served as a sky-like background for simple 3D clouds I cut out of poster board and glues together using rubber cement.
For the air balloons, I simply attached paper lanterns onto dollar store wooden baskets using ribbon and hot glue. Each balloon was finished off with the addition of a cute animal in the basket and hung from the ceiling.
We ended up using the crib and furniture from my son’s nursery, but I did find her a special pink chair.
I carried the balloon theme through onto some wall art I hung by the chair in basic white Ikea frames.
I am very happy with the finished space and will be a little sad to leave this house after spending so much time doing each of the kids nurseries. I love the pink, green and blue color scheme and I am pretty sure there will be a similar color palette once I do design her a new room.