Gloria’s “Be Kind” Nursery!

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This is a nursery made to honor Gloria's namesake: my grandmother.  The blue, pink, and yellow theme looked FUN, calming, and perfect, just like my Tata.

Design Inspiration

I found a print that said "be kind" in blue, yellow, and pink and just knew that had to be the inspiration for the room.  I designed the print, printed it myself, and went from there.

Decorating Style

I would say it's a modern traditional, which doesn't make much sense, but is the best I can think of.

Project Details

I've listed everything on my blog: but here is a pretty detailed listing! :

Paint Colors: Blue is Robin's Egg Nest from Benjamin Moore.Rug: JC Penney ($80)Furniture: bookshelf, crib, dresser, shelves, and chair are Ikea.  Pink Table is Hobby Lobby.Ottoman/ Pink Storage Box: Walmart ($15)Bedding: blanket and bumper made on etsy.  Kumari Garden fabric collection.  Bed skirt is just 2 yards of fabric laid down below the mattress.  Crib sheets are just plain white crib sheets from Target.Hoop Wall: Hobby Lobby letters painted white (gift from Grandma).  Hoop walls from Hobby Lobby (mixed 6", 8" and 10").  Fabrics from Kumari Garden Fabric Collection.Decorations on pink table: lamp is from Target and humidifier is from Target (Crane humidifier)Decorations on changing table: diaper caddy is from Target ($10) and sock monkey was a shower giftDecorations on shelf #1: jewelry stand from Hobby Lobby and book ends (red and pink birds) were purchased with a Pottery Barn giftcard that I've had for 4 years and had never usedDecorations on shelf #2: glass bottles and bird cage from hobby lobby.  Books and bunny were gifts from baby shower.Elephant on bookshelf: from Pottery Barn.

Prints and frames for "dedication" wall: elaborate one from Hobby Lobby,  plain from Michaels.  All prints made and designed by me (go to etsy shop link at top of page and contact me for any of them!)

Favorite Items

Definitely the corner with the dedication prints for Tata.


Find an inspiration: whether it's a print, a pillow, or fabrics.  Then use that to guide you the rest of the way!


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    Oh wow, I love the different pastels you used here. Soft to the eyes too. I drool over this room :)

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    Sorry I hadn’t responded yet! The fabric is from the “Kumari Garden” fabric collection (just google it) : ) I was obsessed with all of them.

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