Our Baby Room - LOST/ Dharma Initiative Theme

 This is our baby nursery room inspired by the serie LOST.




 
 
 
 

 Dharma baby products from The Swan Station and The Staff Station:


The Virgin Mary, that came to the Island on Mr. Eko's Beechcraft, and our picture in "Desmond and Penny's Style":


A Oceanic Airlines Blanket and a pillow from The Looking Glass Station:


A Dharma Initiative Bed and a comforter cover with Security Patch:

 

The very cool Oceanic Airlines Mobile like the one on the crib in the Nursery in The Staff wich was to be to Aaron:

And our baby's very own Dharma Station:

 

This bath tub doesn't apear on LOST, but we just love it:
 

A woodden box from a drop supply:


The Polar Bear from The Hydra Station ( this is exactly the same polar bear used on advertisement for Butties Diapers made by Drive Shaft):


Our jungle:


One of Danielle Rosseau's Map:


A nice image of the Island:


A Diaper Changing Station from The Staff:


Two Dharma Initiative Baby Bodysuit:


The white rabbit with number 8:

 
 
 

The Numbers:


The Teddy Bear from Tailie Emma:


The Orientation Tape with our baby ultrasound:


The one and only Dharma Van:

 

And one of our favorites Sawyer:




Making of video and overview:


36 comments:

  1. Wow, that is outstanding!! Amazing what you all have done!!! A lost fan posted this in our facebook group, LOST SUPPORT GROUP, and I'm so glad they did... congrats on your pregnancy and what a wonderful job you all did with both the decor and the video!! You really thought of everything! Love, love, love this!!!
    Nina

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  2. Thanks for your kind words.

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  3. guys u are crazy . gj

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  4. OMG! It makes the horror of childbirth almost worth it!

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  5. Really nice! I hope no time jumps occur :).

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  6. that is too great ! Great job on it all too, the props are wonderful and well thought out. Its a perfect baby room.

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  7. Please can you tell me where you found that DHARMA van model? I've been looking for one like that for YEARS and have never had any luck. All I ever see are the VW with the new V shaped front, never the original plain one like in the show.

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  8. Hello Baker,

    The model we bought was 1972 VW Volkswagen Bus T2 1:24 Beige. We then dharma-customize, i think that's what you are looking for.
    Here's a link to the one we get:
    http://www.ebay.com/sch/Diecast-Toy-Vehicles-/222/i.html?_nkw=vw+t2+bus&_dmpt=Diecast_Vehicles&Scale=1%253A24&rt=nc

    Kind regards from Portugal,
    Monica and Joao

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    1. That's perfect, thank you. I could never find that model before.

      Awesome job BTW.

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  9. This is quite possibly the coolest room ever! You guys did an amazing job.

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  10. Truly inspired! Congratulations on becoming parents. And Happy 815.

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  11. I recommend Geminis Station Blog
    http://lostmellizos.blogspot.com.es/
    in my case I had twins, and one of them call jacob ...
    Love the room

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  12. Gracias.
    Vamos passar por lo foro!

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  13. Wow, this is absolutely the coolest thing I've ever seen in my life. We were going to do something similar for our newborn but decided to wait since we were buying a new house at the time. Our new little one is 4 months old and we named him Desmond, inspired by our favorite character of course!

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  14. How funny! omg. This is just too cool.

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  15. Awesome,the best parents forever

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  16. amazing work. where did you get that foliage panel on the ceiling near the window? that's really cool!

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  17. That foliage panel is used in gardens, usually to cover the fence garden. We buy this one on a gardening retailer.

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  18. OMG! This is awesome! I love themes. What a cool way to incorporate a classic TV show into your house. BTW, is the baby going to be Aaron or Erin? Great job!

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  19. Thank you, Marcy!
    The baby is going to be Páris.

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  20. dare i ask where you bought that gorgeous polar bear from?

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  21. We bought it at a portuguese toy store, here's the link www.brinka.com.pt

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    1. thanks heaps for that, seems they dont have it on there website.... hopefully i might find it else where.... what is the brand of the bear?

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    2. You're right. The bear has a label only with this store name.
      They have several stores in Portugal, if you want we can call them to see if anyone still has it. Send us an email if want us to do this.

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    3. no no, thanks for the offer.
      was hoping to just find a version online to purchase later on (months)
      but thank you anyway.

      its a gorgeous room and youre both very talented!

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  22. Wow. That's amazing. Kind of crazy, but definitely amazing.

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  23. Hey, there, I'm featuring your project on my website:
    www.randomtuesdays.com
    You guys did an amazing job with this nursery. Can you tell me where did you get that baby station with Paris' name on the wall?

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  24. Hi,

    We made the Paris Station from scratch. We bought some wood, the chain and paint. It was quite a chalenge.

    If you wanna give it a try we can help you out!!

    Gonna take a look at your website.

    Kind regards,
    Monica & Joao & Páris

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  25. This is THE greatest thing I have ever seen. EVER.

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  26. Thanks, Punk! We have anew baby on the way, gotta start think on the next nursery.
    Love your blog!
    Kind regards,
    Monica and Joao

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  27. Love. Love. Love. I was just looking for DIY for the mobile & came across your page here. I am speechless! I love it all!!!!

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer!
      Now we can say that our baby loves is room.

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