Certain colors, like red, blue, green, gold or silver may stand out in an overall theme, even if the actual items are not related, like cowboy Christmas decorations mixed with Winnie the Pooh Christmas decorations.
While some nurseries end up looking like relaxing clouds where everything from the walls to the linens is white, others are entirely outfitted in Winnie the Pooh gear or painted in bright shades of pink or yellow.
This is not the best source if you are looking for something specific, but they will have such character beach towels as Shrek, Winnie the Pooh and the Hulk, as well as Disney princesses.
Character Themes- Many parents love choosing popular characters for their child's nursery theme, such as Pooh Bear and friends, Sesame Street Characters, Dora the Explorer, and others.
Richard and Robert Sherman wrote for such movies as The Parent Trap, Mary Poppins, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, The Jungle Book, The Happiest Millionaire, and The Aristocats.
Instead of over-decorating walls with posters and decals of the hundred acre wood, instead choose a space saver such as the Winnie the Pooh Musical Crib Light Projector.
Some, like 123peppy.com may offer a bit more than your child bargained for, with game categorized as "naughty girls games" advertised right next to Winnie the Pooh.
Cute -Some parents love cute bags patterned after favorite characters, such as Winnie the Pooh, or decorated with boats, flowers, bears, or choo-choo trains.
The Pook-a-Looz line first hit the market with the release of their first 20 characters selected from classic favorites like Alice in Wonderland, Winnie the Pooh, Snow White, Toy Story and Peter Pan.
But he didn't pooh-pooh Fred's suggestion.