Hot Air Balloon Decals Perfect Fit for Dreamy Nursery Décor
With our Classic Nursery Wall Stickers we aimed to offer wall décor that celebrates vintage décor and transports you to a different era. We love that these wall decals have been popular all over the world and when Francesca in Parma, Italy shared photos of the nursery she created, we were blown away. Starting with taupe stripes painted on the wall, Francesca took her vision of a dreamy, romantic nursery to life with her own two hands (and a little help from family). Not wanting to use typical baby decorations, Francesca found My Wonderful Walls on Etsy and fell in love with our Classic Hot Air Balloons and Clouds Sticker Kit. As you can see here, the results of her hard work were amazing and baby Riccardo who was not yet born when the room was finished is one lucky little guy!
Not only did mom Francesca paint the walls and apply our fabric wall decals but she added lots of DIY elements like gorgeous fabric bunting garland she made and re-purposed furniture. Her labor of love started long before Riccardo was born and was truly a family affair. Her mother helped her with the sewing of a pretty fabric wreath hung on the doorstep to mark the arrival of baby Riccardo. With hues of taupe, blue, yellow and green this gender neutral nursery became a soothing space any baby would be lucky to dream in.
With expectations high for our wall stickers, Francesca told us we succeeded in meeting her needs and the wall stickers were super easy to use. It only took her an hour to apply the wall decals in fact. Many people have asked her if they are stickers because they truly do look painted on. Our material is like none other in that it is mess-free, repositionable, eco-friendly and printed with lead free ink. Check out the entire Classic Nursery line for carousel decals, bunny decals, teddy bears and more. Each theme comes in a choice of four different color schemes from bright pinks to soft browns.
Aside from taking care of her beautiful son, Francesca blogs about DIY projects and decorating on her blog, Damigella Chica where she chronicled her nursery project last year as well.
Blog post written by Tara
- Tara Woodbury