Baby Scholes’ Grey, Yellow and Turquoise Eclectic Nursery

  • View of Nursery1/25
  • Reading Nook2/25
  • Change Area Art3/25
  • Dr. Seuss Book Collection4/25
  • Crib5/25
  • Mobile6/25
  • Poos and Wees Changing Station7/25
  • Crib and Mobile8/25
  • Change Station on Dresser9/25
  • My Old Bookshelf & Books I've Been Collecting For Ages10/25
  • Vintage Clock and Alice in Wonderland Upcycled Art11/25
  • The Hand Knit Baby Clothes By My Late Nana12/25
  • Reading and Feeding Nook13/25
  • Lined Drawers14/25
  • Art Above Change Station15/25
  • Reading and Feeding Corner16/25
  • Bunny Rug From Nenny in Australia17/25
  • Crib and Bookcase View18/25
  • Books, Books and More Books! A Collection Long In The Works!19/25
  • Boy and Girl Bunnies Froom Israel and Vintage Beatrix Potter Figurines20/25
  • Moses Basket With Crocheted Blanket From Gram21/25
  • My Fur Baby Tallulah22/25
  • Going Home Outfit Ready To Go23/25
  • My Pram Full of Gifts From When I Was A Baby24/25
  • My Peg Perego Pram Filled With Gifts At Gram's House25/25

A Project For

An Eclectic Nursery For Baby Scholes

Location

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Description

This is my first and highly anticipated nursery decor project. I loved researching every little detail for this project - and there are a lot. I knew I was having a wee little lad but didn't want to go to blue or too dark. They are just babies for a short period of time so I went soft grey, yellow and a splash of turquoise.

Design Inspiration

I love mixing old with new and retro with modern. I really wanted the nursery to follow the look and feel of the house overall, which is quite eclectic...lots of amazing pieces from multiple eras from the 20s to the 70s and mixed in with very modern. I am in a 'grey' phase right now and wanted to lead with grey and then accent with bits of yellow and turquoise.

Project Details

Furniture:

  • Glider - Monte - a little luxury that I know I'll get much use out of - http://www.montedesign.net/modern_nursery_glider.html
  • Crib - in all white - http://www.concordbaby.ca/products/cribs/metro-convertible-crib.html
  • Drawers - good old Ikea - http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/70103349/#/50214555
  • Change Caddy - Ikea again! - http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/30216536/
  • Bookcase, Reading Area Side Table and Lamp - vintage, painted

Art:

  • Grey and White Animals Over The Drawers - http://www.etsy.com/people/corelladesign?ref=ls_profile
  • Upcycled Alice in Wonderland Print - http://www.etsy.com/shop/wallenvyart?ref=seller_info
  • Poo's 'n Wee's Print - http://www.etsy.com/shop/PeaPress1?ref=seller_info
  • Happier Than A Bird With A French Fry Print - http://www.etsy.com/shop/dazeychic?ref=seller_info
  • Hot Air Balloon Art Above Crib - http://www.etsy.com/shop/OrangeOptimist?ref=seller_info
  • Custom Mobile - http://www.etsy.com/shop/LovelySymphony
  • Junghans Vintage 'One Bell' Alarm Clock - eBay
  • Ceramic Book Ends - My Mom saved my bookends from the 70s and one fell out of my trunk and broke. I was devastated. I didn't think I would ever be able to replace it...but I actually found the exact same ones that Beverly had saved from the 70s and had her replace it for me! http://www.etsy.com/shop/moonlitefantasies

Linens:

  • Pillow - http://www.etsy.com/listing/92297470/reserved-for-tanya-gray-and-yellow?ref=usr_faveitems
  • Crocheted Blankets and Bunny Rug - Made with love by Gram and Nenny
  • Polka Dot Fitted Sheet - Pottery Barn Kids
  • Crib Skirt - DIY with no sewing involved, just a bit of fusible tape, an iron and velcro to ensure that the skirt lay flat
  • Drawer linings - DIY with fabric, bristol board and glue

Favorite Items

There are way too many favourite items to list. I love that I have so many things from when I was a baby including my bookends (from the 70s!), my Beatrix Potter books and antique figurines, hand crocheted blankets from my mom, a 'bunny rug' with gorgeous needle work from my mother-in-law, my collection of children's books both new and vintage (such as my collection of Dr. Seuss books), the stuffed boy and girl bunnies from a market in Israel and all of the art from Etsy. I do really love the antique clock and art sitting on the old painted table next to the glider.

Advice

Enjoy every moment of the design and decor process. Mix and match and don't be afraid to take an old piece and make it new with a little paint. If you can't find something that you have your heart set on - DIY! If you want to know how I made the non-sew crib skirt or the drawer liners, message me and I'll send you instructions - super easy!

2 Comments

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    Lovely nursery with soft pastel colors. The bunnies you scattered here and there are so cute!

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