My Modern Nursery #124: Once-Upon-A-World Cinderella Inspired Nursery Sponsored by Lullaby Paints

The Once-Upon-A-World series of board books is irresistibly beautiful. I selected their version of Cinderella as this month’s nursery inspiration. It’s a short and simple retelling of the classic fairy tale but with the illustrated twist of being set in Mexico.

It works so perfectly and looks so lovely that you’ll wonder why nobody has ever thought of it before. Let me know how well you think it translated into this nursery. I used the color, patterns and Mexican inspiration for this unique space.

1- Blackout Curtains– $29-$59 depending on size
2- Ecos Paint in Peninsula- $54 a gallon
3- Pom Pom Mobile by Macvilho- $88
4- Llama Wall Art– $109
5- Archway 7-Drawer Dresser– $1000
Glass Table Lamp– Pillowfort- $40
Ceramic Melon Knob in Greenbriar- $8 each
6- Fan-Woven Rivona Chair– $1600
Bunglo Navy Picos Pillow– $82
7- Pom Pom Belly Basket from Olli Ella- $45
8- Archway Crib– Cocoa- $800
9- Fringe Border Monogram Pillow in Yellow- $20
Alicia Pillow from Lulu and Georgia
Yucateca Mayeb Handmade Doll from Mexico- $50
Baja Baby Mexican Baby Blanket– Monterey- $54
10- Savion Rug, Green 8′ x 11′- $853

We have additional inspiration for your Cinderella nursery on our Pinterest page. There are many more decor options to help you customize this beautiful and colorful space. You’ll have fun mixing and playing with all the amazing patterns! Also be sure to pick up a copy of Once Upon a World’s Cinderella by Chloe Perkins and illustrated by Sandra Equihua. It’s a perfect bedtime tale!

Other books in the Once Upon a World Series include Snow White (set in Japan), Rapunzel (Indian twist) and The Princess and the Pea (Russian backdrop). They are all amazing.

Thanks to Lullaby Paints for sponsoring our literary nursery board series. Safe for baby and the environment, Lullaby Paints are the perfect choice for your modern nursery. For more nursery color inspiration, follow Lullaby Paints on Pinterest. I love working with them on these nursery boards and coming up with modern nursery inspiration using their baby-safe colors.

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New Kids Lamps from Ikea

The last time I visited Ikea, these two new cuties caught my eye. You may want to grab a DRÖMHEM $10 or a

SOLBO table lamp $15 on your next Ikea Trip!

Teething Toys from Little Teether

A little collection of teethers is a must-have both at home and in your diaper bag. I suggest considering these trendy teething toys from Little Teether. They are 100% chewable silicone and come in a variety of fun colors and easy-to-hold shapes.

Choose a cactus, doughnut, bow, glasses, pineapple, unicorn or a selection of your favorites! $12 each

Klippan Felted Wool Mobiles

From Klippan in Sweden, known for their wool throws and blankets, the Little Bear Hand Felted Wool Mobile is an adorable work of art.

Pair it with the Together Children’s Blanket and Little Bear Stuffed Animal for the perfect mix of color and soft textures.

Klippan also makes the Together Felted Mobile, which I love paired with…

the Forest Childrens Blanket and Little Bear Stuffed Animal.

Women Who Dared Blocks from Uncle Goose

Here’s another tempting collectible wooden block set from Uncle Goose.

Be inspired by greats like Susan B. Anthony, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Mother Theresa with the Women Who Dared set.

“They dared. And in their daring, they made advancement possible for women of the future.”

Set of 32 blocks ($64)

Shop their entire collection for other beautiful block sets.

Rich or Reasonable: Graphic Hampers

It’s been a while since we’ve posted a “Rich or Reasonable” comparison but during my last trip to Ikea, this one totally jumped out at me. I’d been looking for a new hamper for my youngest for a few months now without getting excited about anything, but when I saw the Plumsa with its black and white pattern and leather handles for $11!!!, this hopped into my shopping cart. My older son already has the Ferm Living Trace Basket ($115) as his hamper and loves it, so this was an easy comparison.

I do love the Trace Basket from Ferm Living, and they have a few additional patterns and sizes you may love as well. It’s nice that you can coordinate all their bathroom accessories.

The Ferm Living basket is a little wider with longer handles, but the two hampers really do compare very well against each other. For $11, I recommend you run to Ikea right now and grab a Plumsa!

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Stylish New Toys from Design Letters

Famous for their modern monochromatic typography, Design Letters recently debuted a few stunningly simple playsets for your tots.

The Cooking Class Kids Kitchen Playset includes five pieces with a storage box stove. You can also get the Cooking Tools Playset with three wooden cooking utensils to round out your collection.

Tool School is 6-piece wooden tool set packs into the storage tool box.

All your favorites from Design Letters ship worldwide from Denmark so load up your basket.

Bright New Toys from Petit Collage

The latest new items from Petit Collage are more colorful and more fun than ever. Among my favorite new toys are the Musical Jumbo wooden xylophone ($24).

The Rock + Roll Alligator ($32) is Petit Collage’s unique take on a shape sorter which doubles as a pull toy.

Animal Town wooden blocks are a beautiful playtime basic ($35).

And finally, I recommend the Day + Night 2-in-1 double sided chunky puzzle ($20).

You can shop for all my picks and the rest of the new Petit Collage items on their website.

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