Urban Jungle Nursery Theme
Urban Jungle Baby Nursery Theme w Dark Chocolate Brown Walls.
What takes our baby's urban jungle nursery theme beyond the average room decorated with wild animals is certainly not the cream and taupe color scheme as that is very popular since more parents are keeping "gender neutral" in mind when decorating to save money.
Perhaps the most unique decorative element that comes into play is that our baby’s proud and talented dad, created the original wall art.
We have lots of Urban Jungle Nursery Theme decorating ideas for parents in our photo gallery.
The whimsical pictures that he painted of jungle animals having the time of their lives in the city is different and really sets the tone for the décor.
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Mike's artistic concept for the posters that he designed was to take the animals normally found in the wild out of their natural setting, bypass the city zoo and incorporate them into everyday life in busy, bustling New York city.
From left to right you see a giraffe waiting patiently to board the NYC subway, a pair of toucans playing in a park overlooking downtown Dallas and last there is an edgy modern print featuring a monkey in downtown Chicago painting in the modern style of Picasso. The nursery rug directly below the arrangement was purposely chosen to reflect the vibrant colors displayed in the artwork.
In addition to these original prints we arranged framed numeric art to the wall behind the baby’s bed that is veiled somewhat by the baby’s semi-transparent crib canopy. To add another aspect to our Urban Jungle Nursery Theme we included a "Where the Wild Things Are" print over the storage cabinet flanked by large silk leaves reminiscent of the wild animals’ home before they moved to town.
I'm very happy to share pictures of our baby’s urban jungle baby nursery themes
. I am a huge fan of Mike’s artwork and if you would like something special for your baby’s first room, he is available for commissioned pieces. I hope that Unique Baby Gear Ideas
' visitors have enjoyed our nursery tour and that they will consider including his work in their own project.