Neutral Grey and Yellow Nursery

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  • Closet organization6/10
  • Bookshelf & Toy storage7/10
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A Project For

Elizabeth Jane (Lizzy)


2 months


Madison, WI


Grey and yellow nursery, cozy and inviting.  Elephants started to become a little bit of a theme after I found grey and yellow elephant artwork.

Design Inspiration

I wanted this space to be cozy, clean and well organized.  I like soft, plush things and wanted that for my baby. I started the nursery knowing I wanted to do grey and yellow for the colors since it was gender neutral and didn't know what we were having.

Decorating Style

Pottery Barn-ish, Crate and Barrel, modern - comfortable, clean, not too cluttered.  I wouldn't say I am very creative, but I will see something in a magazine, website or Pinterest and try to create something similar. Oh yeah, I love Etsy as you will see it is where I found many unique things!

Project Details

Furniture - Baby's Dream Legendary Collection -

Chair - Best Chairs, it reclines, rocks and swivels

Rug - Urban Outfitters (no longer available online)

Bedding/Changing Pad Cover - Etsy- Fingers and Toes Shop -

Mobile - Etsy -Kimono Cards Shop

Floor Lamp - Target (no longer available)

Art above Crib - Zulilly.  The middle framed piece is a prayer that I created in Microsoft Word

Art Over Chair - Etsy -

Words by chair - Cardboard words from Hobby Lobby spray painted white

Bookshelf - Target

Curtins - World Market

Elephant Hamper - Gift from baby shower (they are available online)

Mirror over Changing Table - Marshalls

All art frames are picture frames from JoAnne Fabrics (I also purchased the matting there) and framed myself

Paint - Sherwinn WIlliams Ellie Grey

Closet Shelving - Shelving from Ikea, baskets are from a craft store and I made the little signs myself with pre-cut wood pieces from the cart store and some craft paint.

Favorite Items

Elephant Hamper, it fits so perfectly in the room and adds a little bit of whimsy.  I also love how all of the art turned out, it was all inexpensive but with frames and matting it looks great.  The rug also adds a bit of "fun" to the room.


Start working on your nursery EARLY! I do believe you have to invest in certain things to come out with a "high-end" look, for me that was the furniture.  The accessories were where I saved.. I would shop at Marshalls, and Target frequently just to see what they had, and as you can see I came away with some pretty good finds.  I purchased things when I found them over a span of months rather than buying everything at one time.  Go with your "gut" it will often be right and look great when it all comes together.


  1. 1

    Great nursery! What fabric did you use for the recliner? I am also getting a Best chair and love the fabric you chose. Thanks!

  2. 2

    Very simple, clean, crisp, and elegant room. I think pompoms are overused decorative items, but your pompom mobile is really cute.

  3. 3

    Hello! Very cute. I was on here browsing and found your room. Thanks so much for the link to my shop. I am glad I could help make your room complete. If you don’t mind I would like to borrow your images for my clients to see. THanks again!

  4. 4

    Hi there! Also wondering what fabric you used for the best chairs recliner? Has it held up? Thanks!

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