Love the contrast of painting one wall the dark navy and framing the Dr. Seuss print in a high gloss white frame to make the picture really pop. Then weaving the inspirational text around the poster
Behind the crib is a swath of bright drapery fabric from LULU DK's new children's fabric line for Schumacher, while vintage oil portraits are tacked onto the closet door with nail heads for a more casual look. Tamara believes that kids are never too young to start appreciating art, so while the artist of these prints is unknown, she loves the "Mark Ryden meets Tim Burton feel" of them. Photos courtesy of: Marco Ricca
I like the idea of painting a small section of stripes and framing it in with trim instead of doing a whole big wall. Still makes a big impact, but not as WHOA NELLY. Bennetts nursery by Rebecca for Project Nursery-Doesn't have to be just for the nursery.