Artwork for the Nursery | Inner Artist

December 5, 2017

Whether you’re getting ready for your first child or redecorating for the next, we know the pressure of putting together a nursery can be a heavy weight on your shoulders.


From choosing the crib to painting the walls, the decision for which animal is going to be the theme is one that can break the last straw that is your sanity.


Don’t fear. We’ve got some great insight on taking that nursery of yours to the next level with minimal effort. (Well, we put in effort, but we’re happy to do it for you) 


Here are a few options we love and we think you will too: 



Let your new born know how loved they are before they can even fully comprehend the concept! Honestly though, how cute is this? Nursery rhyme turned devotion of love is a nice look for your brand new nursery walls. 


Nursery walls across the globe are decorated with woodland creatures a plenty, but how many include the actual noms of a chomping rabbit. We'll wait.  


This cute little bunny likes a good carrot as much as we like a good piece of art. Yummy.


Spark the imagination as early as possible in your children and let them know if they want a swing from the moon, all they have to do is imagine! This night time design is a perfect calm and starry piece to hang above a crib and keep as a treasure for years to come. 

With Inner Artist's platform, you will be able to customize a piece like this to your taste exactly as desired. You can customize this piece or make your own as a special first gift to the latest addition to the family. Forget the sky being the limit, create a piece with a rocket to take them anywhere they can imagine! 



And of course, all the stars in the sky couldn't even compare to the love for your newborn. 


We know the excitement of a new baby is incomparable to anything else, and that's why we'd be totally honored to be apart of a small aspect of the preparation.  


Follow us to be first to know about our official launch and how you can get your hands on these designs (and maybe even design a little somethin yourself). Until then, join our community below and be part of the conversation – we'd love to have you! 




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