Nicole Wilson contemporary-kids
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Nicole Wilson Contemporary Kids, Cleveland

We wanted our daughter's nursery to be feminine but not pink. We also wanted her to be able to grow into the space for awhile without redecorating. It's a small space with 5 walls (one angled), so furniture arrangement was a challenge.
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jaymepetrina wrote:
Could you please tell me where you got the black wall decal from?
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jodykingrn
Are the flowers painted on? If not, where did you buy them at? Thanks!
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Jeanmarie Danieu
The design on the wall was painted on, check nbwilson's comment above. Uppercase Living, the company who makes these decals I posted, sells the two pictured above and many more. Decals can be applied quite easily to any smooth surface. For the white flowers you could use decals or purchase silk flowers and attach them to the decal. Hope this was helpful! If you are interested in the decals here is the link to my website: http://jeand.uppercaseliving.net/Home.m (click on Products tab then shop..type in a search word or go to a catalog) I also have a blog if you are looking for other ideas: http://experienceuppercaseliving.blogspot.com
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Aminata wrote:
wall sticker tree branches? - hello, where did you get your branches? thank you!
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nbwilson

Hi! They aren't stickers - I painted them.

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Benjamin Nappa wrote:
Where did you get the crib, glider and two-height dresser?
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nbwilson
We got all 3 at Babies R Us.
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dmahlermarx wrote:
Wall color - Can you tell me the name and manufacturer of the purple paint you used? Thanks!
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nbwilson
Yes, I can help! The paint is from Sherwin Williams - the color is Thistle.
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pichichi wrote:
where EXACTLY did you get this vine decal? like the EXACT website please
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nbwilson
It's not a decal - I painted it. Sorry I can't be more help.
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actionsports007 wrote:
Any tips on how to do the vine? - I love the vine you did, my walls are really textured i wanna do something simular to this on one of the walls any tips , did u stencil the leaves?
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nbwilson
I drew the vine on paper and then used a projector to project it on the wall and painted it free-hand with a small brush (I had a small container of the wall color handy in case I needed to touch up). I borrowed the projector from a friend, but I hear you can purchase them reasonably inexpensively at a craft store. If you use small brushes, you can probably still get good results on a textured wall.
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actionsports007 wrote:
Can you tell me how you hung the letters on the vine? - are the lines down painted on or is it ribbon hanging down
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nbwilson
The lines are ribbon - they are attached at the top with the flowers, which push into the wall with a tack on the back. At the bottom the ribbons tuck behind the letters. The letters are held on with double-sided tape (it came with the letters from the manufacturer). Hope that helps!
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