Moozle top 5 | Nursery Wallpaper

Hello and welcome. Are you considering a room make-over for your little one? Or maybe filing away ideas for the future? Then feast your eyes on the Moozle Top 5 Wallpaper choices for some ideas to steal…

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Foret Noire wallpaper by Nathalie Lete. Picture source here.

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Majvillan Dragon Sky wallpaper available here.

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Minakani Walla Animal wallpaper here.

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Ferm Living Harlequin wallpaper in Mint. Picture credit Eef Lillemor. Featuring a BIG Moozle teepee.

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Hygge and West wallpaper Daydream. Picture credit here.

Customer Photo

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Well here we are again – lots of super customer photos this week, thank you all so much – especially Eef Lillemor for these lovely images taken from your instagram feed @eeflillemor

Eef is a kids interiors stylist based here in the Netherlands, she also has a gorgeous website selling pretty cakes and party accessories, you can take a look yourself here.

The teepee in the above photos is a Moozle BIG teepee. The wallpaper is by Ferm Living, artwork prints by Le Petit Biscuit.

Boot Loot

I picked this vintage wooden typeset draw up (thanks Nuala) at the boot sale a couple of weekends ago, and after a bit of a rush job on the painting (during Dexies nap times when I should have been sewing teepee tents, and with ‘help’ from 5yr old Dolly), don’t look too closely, this is the result, a new home for my nodding dolls. I also used some of the Ferm Living dolls house wallpaper I mentioned in a post a few days ago. Back to the sewing machine now then…

Living Doll

I’m a big fan of the Danish design brand Ferm living and have been deliberating over which of their fab wallpaper designs to use in my home – so imagine my joy to find they have scaled down their kids wallpapers and created a downloadable pdf so you can print them all out and decorate a doll house (or type set tray – which is what I might play around with), what a fun way to try out the designs! Now where do I start? Keep an eye on my blog to see the finished result of my type set draw project.

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What do you do with the blank space where the fireplace should go? You cover the wall and the gaping hole of the flue with some rather lovely vintage and designer wallpaper picks that’s what!

Much better to look at now. I used wallpapers from some of my favorite’s, Josef Frank, Ferm Living, Designers Guild, Orla Kiely as well as some vintage pieces. I’m going to do a whole wall with larger, different sized pieces one day soon, just need to collect the right papers and find the right space. That was my Friday evening in, time well spent.