Next to the cover art is a handy strip of the main colors used (thanks, Photoshop!), and we would start by picking three of our favorites from those, and using them as the basis for our wall colors, bedding, and carpet - one as the main color, and the other two as accents. Classic Winnie the Pooh art also usually has at least one red in it, and we might look for ways to add a little red into the room as well. Then we add in the Pooh. One of the features we love in Roman's nursery is the presence of books, and how they became a design element in that nursery. The wall shelves display the front covers of some classic children's books, and we would use this idea to display classic editions of Winnie the Pooh around your nursery. We would also display a few stuffed Poohs/Eeyores/Piglets, and put up a few framed Classic Pooh pieces of art - we are especially fond of the Box Framed Classic Prints. Think along the lines of creating vignettes of Pooh in the room, over running a Pooh-printed wallpaper border around the whole thing. What do you think, AT readers? What else would you do to add a little Pooh to Allan and Mindy's nursery?