Roman’s Eclectic Turquoise Nursery

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Roman's nursery is eclectic, cozy and colorful with its neutral walls and bright pops of color throughout.

Design Inspiration

As an interior designer, I always start my brainstorming sessions with an inspiration board and build off of that. I knew I didn't want to get trapped into one theme, so I decided to base the style off of color rather than a theme. The first item we bought for the nursery was the Jenny Lind turquoise crib, which became the focal point of the room. We kept the walls a neutral color and added hints of turquoise, red & yellow through decor.

Decorating Style

I always have trouble describing my style; it doesn't seem to fit into one particular category. My house is an eclectic mix of homemade, flea-market style with a hint of shabby chic. I like everything to be light and airy with bright splashes of color. Roman's nursery is done in the same style as the rest of our home, but with a bolder color palette.

Project Details

Jenny Lind convertible crib in lagoon -

Faux taxidermy deer head- Cyan Design (To the design trade only)

Crib bedding - Carousel Designs

Chalkboard door with hinges - Hobby Lobby

Teal giraffe wood sign - Hobby Lobby

Sutton swivel glider and ottoman in burlap - Toys R Us

Ivory & gold geometric curtains - Hobby Lobby

Dresser - Garage Sale

Deer dresser knobs - Hobby Lobby

Comfort & Harmony portable swing in gentle jungle - Toys R Us

Rug- Target

Terrariums - Hobby Lobby

Honeycomb wood floating shelves - Target

Canvas paintings- DIY project

Chevron quilt - DIY project

Handmade tassels & bunting- DIY project


Favorite Items

The turquoise crib! It is a piece loved by everyone who comes to visit. It sets the stage for the whole room. I also love the shabby chic faux taxidermy deer head with the colorful DIY tassels and the whimsical abstract geometric art I created for the space.


Find one or two "wow" pieces and then build the nursery off of that. It is okay to not have a main theme - let the color(s) you choose be the theme. If you are good at a particular craft, then incorporate that into the nursery's decor. Not only will you love creating it, but it will make the room feel so much more special when you add these personal touches!

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