This week we are taking a look inside an adorable Vintage All American Boy nursery. We welcome the wonderfully talented mama of two, Briana as she gives us all the details to this adorable nursery!
“I wanted to share my sons “Vintage All American Boy” nursery! It was such a fun project! My inspiration for this room was the patent posters I found on Zulily. I loved the military vibe in them but the fact that they were vintage designs.
From there I just ran with the idea of “vintage Americana.”
I tried to bring in the all American boy through classic prints and textures, and elements of aviation, military, sports, hunting and travel.
It was so fun to design and I knew it was awesome when my husband was excited about putting it together! I listed where everything was found down below.
Where I got items:
-planes: hobby lobby
-gentleman sign: hobby lobby
-bug pillow: ikea
-gray blanket: ikea
-wire basket: hobby lobby
-mirror: hobby lobby
-yellow blanket: Amazon
-football pillow: Target
-striped pillow cover and sweater pillow: ikea
-crib sheet: Serena and Lily
-patent prints (jeep, compass and plane): Zulily
-frames for prints at Michaels, mattes on Amazon
-Americana cut out: hobby lobby
-white arm lamp: ikea
-clocks: home goods
-small locker: Marshalls
-tank and ship: model kits from hobby lobby-spray painted ship silver
-rowdy pennant: hobby lobby
-coke crate: antique
-all books were antique stores or I had already.
-made football play chalkboard (spray painted glass of frame, had husband draw play).
-printed airborne poster and filled old frame
-baseballs and mit: antiques
-large jack and sand thingies: home goods
-newspaper layer canvas: Michaels
-vintage basketball picture, license plate: antiques
-Buffalo picture: printed graphic in old frame
-Football frame: hobby lobby
-horns: husband had
-Winchester pic: antique
-football helmet: home goods
-coke sign: hobby lobby
-marbles: Amazon and jar is antique
-globe: home goods
I think I hit it all! :)”
Thank you to Briana for sharing such a great room and her adorable little ones! Be sure to follow Briana at the links below.