If you haven’t already chosen your Winnie the Pooh bedding set, consider Winnie the Pooh toile fabric and sew your own. This sweet vintage style Winnie the Pooh fabric has pictures of Tigger, Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore and all the gang playing out-of-doors on what appears to be an extremely windy day. Tigger’s baby boy blue umbrella is turned inside out and Winnie the Pooh is in playing in the park and enjoying a ride on a kite.
There are so many pretty colors in classic Winnie the Pooh toile and Winnie the Pooh in the Park cotton fabric. There are the greens in the foliage of the trees and grass, oranges and browns from Tigger’s stripes and Winnie the Pooh’s fur, pale blue and even a rosy pink or deep red if you happen to need one for contrast. The background of the Winnie the Pooh toile is not a snow white, but a light shade of antique white.
Get a seamstress to whip up a baby quilt or crib comforter with matching dust ruffle using one of the Pooh print fabrics that are printed according to the pictures of Winnie the Pooh in the storybook.
Find some fitted cotton crib sheets in a complementary color and you have just created your very own custom sewn baby bedding set in a classic Winnie the Pooh nursery theme that no one else will have. If you are handy with the sewing machine you can really save money decorating your Baby Pooh toile nursery with Winnie the Pooh toile baby bedding that you made yourself!
Use a lovely toile baby fabric with a classic child’s print in a baby girl’s room with lacy or ruffled matching accessories.
For a baby boy’s room tailored accessories in blue would work. You can also play up the umbrella or kite flying baby room theme to add some interest in personality to be classic Winnie the Pooh characters in the child’s print of the cotton fabric.
Winnie the Pooh toile fabric is versatile and you can get great nursery decorating ideas by looking at the classic pictures and themes featured in the multi-colored classic toile print. Pooh’s day in the park will be enjoyed for a long time by you and your baby!
If you happen to have a little Winnie the Pooh print fabric leftover from making your crib set consider carrying your Baby Pooh print around the baby room by making your own Winnie the Pooh nursery window treatments. If you don’t have enough Winnie the Pooh toile fabric to make a pair of floor length curtains, consider sewing a nursery valance that won’t take nearly as much Winnie the Pooh toile fabric.
There are lots of places in your baby room where you can use Winnie the Pooh toile accessories. If you’re nursery rocker or glider doesn’t match your Winnie the Pooh décor or needs to be reupholstered here’s your opportunity to cover it with the same Winnie the Pooh toile print fabric that you used for your Winnie the Pooh bedding and nursery curtains. Always choose your print and pattern to match or compliment the Pooh wallpaper and other baby Pooh nursery accessories.
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