Deciding on a theme for your baby’s nursery is such a fun decision to make. There are so many options you can choose from, however, a Winnie the Pooh nursery is a classic theme that will always be on-trend.
Inspired by the pages of the Winnie the Pooh classics, you can incorporate the magic and whimsy that is the Hundred-Acre wood with Pooh Bear and his beloved friends.
I’ve put together a guide of over 17 Winnie the Pooh nursery ideas that will spark your imagination while creating this dreamy space for baby.
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1. Bring the Hundred Acre Wood to Life
The setting of Winnie the Pooh is, of course, the hundred acre wood. You can bring this setting into your Winnie the Pooh nursery in various ways. I’ve seen wall murals and wallpaper, rugs and wall decor that depicts this classic setting.
One of my favorite ways to incorporate the hundred-acre wood into baby’s nursery is with a framed map of Hundred-Acre wood.
2. Hundred-Acre Wood Wallpaper
You can also dedicate an entire accent wall to the hundred-acre wood with this wallpaper. I love this idea because this particular wallpaper is very light, airy and neutral so it won’t overtake the space.
3. Swinging Shelf with Disney Winnie the Pooh Characters
Bringing in all the characters of Winnie the Pooh is a must when creating a Pooh Bear inspired nursery. This hanging shelf is adorable, which doubles as a swing for Pooh and his plush friends.
4. Eoyere Stool
How adorable is this Eeoyre stool?
I love bringing in accents in unexpected ways in a nursery. There are so many characters in the classic Winnie the Pooh story, so you have a lot of options to play with.
5. Winnie the Pooh First Year Frame
This first year picture frame is an absolute must for any Winnie the Pooh nursery!
Place this on a bookshelf or on the nursery dresser. It also makes for the perfect keepsake to keep throughout the years.
6. Winnie the Pooh Nursery Mobile
There is something about a nursery mobile that is so dreamy. Adding a Winnie the Pooh mobile is the perfect way to add a touch of the theme to baby’s space.
7. Bring in Accents
As we continue to talk about bringing in accents of the storybook, there’s a lot of unpack in this perfect Winnie the Pooh nursery.
My eyes first go to the honeycomb shaped wall shelves. They are modern and classy, while giving a solute to Pooh’s love for honey.
The floor lamp is also a perfect touch, fashioned after a tree in the hundred-acre wood.
My favorite accent, however, is the Owl basket on the side of the nursery chair.
8. Classic Winnie the Pooh Wall Art
Wall art is the easiest way to add to the theme of your nursery. There are so many Winnie the Pooh options, but I love the ease of finding digital downloads that you can frame yourself.
This group of adorable Winnie the Pooh photos is perfection because it brings to mind the pages of the classic Winnie the Pooh books, which of course include Christopher Robin and all his friends.
Place wall art above the baby’s crib or above the changing table for a beautiful focal point to the nursery.
9. Adorable Winnie the Pooh Bedding
You can also bring in Winnie the Pooh in baby’s bedding – from baby blankets to Winnie the Pooh crib sheets.
10. Winnie the Pooh Quotes
One of the many reasons Winnie the Pooh is a classic story is the surprising insightful quotes from the bear himself. It wouldn’t quite be a Winnie the Pooh nursery without some of these quotes brought into the space.
These prints are stunning and perfect if you’re going for the vintage Winnie the Pooh look.
The Best Quotes for a Winnie the Pooh Nursery
I’ve collected some of the best Winnie the Pooh quotes that you can choose from to add to the space. You can find a lot of adorable quote art pieces over on Etsy.
- “You’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.”
- “Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.”
- “If you live to be a hundred, I hope I live to be a hundred minus one day, so that I never have to live a day without you.”
- “If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever.”
- “Any day spent with you is my favorite day. So, today is my new favorite day.”
- “As soon as I saw you I knew a grand adventure was about to start.”
- “How do you spell love? You don’t spell it you feel it.”
- “And together they touched the sky.”
- “You’re the best part of my tomorrow.”
- “Lucky me, you’re my very best friend.”
Another idea is to create a Winnie the Pooh quote wall gallery with these printables. It creates a focal point to the nursery, so it looks great above the crib.
11. Winnie the Pooh Nursery Library
Of course, at the heart of any Pooh nursery, is the love of the classic stories. This is the perfect opportunity to build your baby’s library. Using the books as nursery art is always a win-win. It’s fun to collect the books from the classic stories.
You don’t need to stop at just Winnie the Pooh books, but you can collect all the classics and display it by color to give the nursery a pop of color.
Putting together a Winnie the Pooh nursery is a great way to spark a love of reading from a young age. A Winnie the Pooh nursery wouldn’t be complete without a bookshelf stacked with classic Winnie the Pooh books and other must-have books for the baby’s nursery.
12. Large Artwork
I found this whimsical Winnie the Pooh art piece and it’s perfect for a Pooh Bear nursery. I think it looks perfect above the crib as a focal point to the room.
13. Wood Sign
You can find the cutest Winnie the Pooh wood signs. Add it to a wall, stand it up on a dresser or place it on the nursery bookshelf.
14. Name Sign
Name signs have been on-trend in the nursery for awhile, and I love this shop on Etsy that creates custom honey bee signs. It’s perfect for a Winnie the Pooh nursery.
What are some of your favorite Winnie the Pooh nursery ideas?