Disney Baby/Child's Room (Photo Heavy)

Discussion in 'Home Interior' started by LuluGirl81, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. LuluGirl81

    LuluGirl81 Earning My Ears

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    I knew before I knew the gender of my child that they would have a Disney themed room. It was all based off of this Disney Babies Bath Time poster that we found at a garage sale. If it was a boy I'd use the aqua blue and if it was a girl I'd go with the purples. Well, it was a girl and here is what we ended up with. Some of the photos are from when she was a baby and some are recent (as in taken today). I hope you enjoy and maybe someone with find inspiration from it.

    The changing table area.
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    The crib. (Note: the mesh canopy was removed as soon as she was big enough to start pulling on it.)
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    The seating area.
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    The dresser/bookshelf.
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    Some of the wall decorations.
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    What it says at the bottom of her framed Disney stock.
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    And a few last misc. details.
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    That's all for now!
     
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  3. disneylover2005

    disneylover2005 Mouseketeer

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    WOW! I love it all, I did a Pooh themed room for my son when he was born. Isn't it awesome how you collect Disney things, then you have a baby, it all fits in perfectly in your childs nursery!
     
  4. LuluGirl81

    LuluGirl81 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks, and yes it is nice when you already have collections you can use in a child's room. Makes things a lot easier when it comes to decorating and it's a good way of passing on Disney love.
     
  5. Skylarr29

    Skylarr29 <font color=blue>Oh Darn it, I was 'forced' to buy

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    Awwwwwwwwwwwwww!
     
  6. foxeh

    foxeh Earning My Ears

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    love it wish I was a kid again the color is amazing was thinking of this color for my daughters room. Great job!!!!
     
  7. LuluGirl81

    LuluGirl81 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks! The walls are actually 2 shades. The bottom is a slightly darker shade than the top. I matched them up to the edges of the wall paper borders.
     
  8. WeLuvDiznee

    WeLuvDiznee Mouseketeer

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    I love it! I can't wait to see baby!
     
  9. SalandJeff

    SalandJeff <font color=teal>Disney Addict x2<br><font color=p

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    Nice job! The room is really cute.

    BTW, in the photo with the tink print leaning in the bookcase, there are a red book and green book "The Wonderful Worlds of Walt Disney". My sister and I had that set of books when we were kids (which means they are OLD). There were also a yellow & blue volume and they came in a green cardboard sleeve. I still have them.
     

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