Guest Picks: 'Good Night Moon' Room
Book pages on a lampshade would add a sweet touch to a nursery.
This is a nod to the red balloon in a whimsical print.
Here's another pretty option for the red balloon. I like how the red pops.
Moon clock, anyone? I think this could be a fun touch in a room.
I would love to add this moon and stars vintage globe set to my personal collection.
This felted cow and moon would look sweet hanging from a string.
It's a cow jumping over the moon combined with a birth announcement! I love this unique take on the familiar rhyme.
This is a great yellow bookcase for holding children's books. The one in the book doesn't have doors, but I like that this one does.
Any bedside table can be spray painted yellow, but I like the look of this one. It's a bit unexpected as a side table, but it would add a lot of fun to the room.
I love the rounded seat back on this rocker. It's not an exact match to the one in the book, but it looks similar to me.
Although not exactly the same as the one in the book, I think this yellow rocker would give you the same effect and work well for a room inspired by Good Night Moon.
Get the red headboard look with this vinyl wall decal. I love its simplicity and the bright graphic pop that it brings to the wall.
A solid emerald green quilt is perfect for the simple yet cozy bed.
I'm not one for pelts, but this faux tiger fur rug looks like it would feel soft under my feet. Plus, it would look perfect right next to the bed.
This is a large round rag rug for the center of the room. I love the modern feel of this ombre version.
This ticking striped fabric would be perfect for curtains.
I also like this striped option by Amy Butler for curtains.
Ornate frames can be spray painted any color to go with your room. For a Good Night Moon room, I'd paint them yellow or red.
There are so many different ways to get a dollhouse: You can build one or buy one. I like this red, Craftsman-style bungalow.
This vintage rotary phone would be a fun accent in a nursery. Once the child is old enough, he or she would have so much fun making pretend phone calls.
This is a beautiful bowl for holding mush, stuffed animals, toys or other tiny treasures.
A cobalt blue vase mimics the ones on the mantel.
This gorgeous vintage copper clock is for the bedside table.
This would be a nice option for the mantel clock element. If you don't have a fireplace in the bedroom, you could place it atop a dresser or bookcase.Next: Nursery Essentials: What You Really Need