- A Project For: Tyce
- Age: 4 weeks
- Location: Iowa
We didn't find out the sex of our baby so we wanted to keep the nursery gender-neutral using bold, vibrant colors. We wanted to keep the nursery clean and simple, yet fun and cute!
Fabric. Premier Prints has a great line of fabrics of that are simple and eye-catching. I liked the Chevron print and big polka dots.
I also wanted to find an old dresser to paint a fun color and use for the changing table. It's my favorite piece in the nursery!
Modern, simple and DIY!
Crib - JC Penney's Savanna Loft Convertible Crib - Espresso
Crib Bedding - Premier Prints fabric, custom-made and purchased from www.modpeapod.com
Embroidery Hoops - DIY - Painted black and put a variety of fabric in them that went with the color scheme and bedding.
Dresser - Found for $40 on Craigslist
Bookshelf - Built by the hubby
Rocking Chair - Herman Miller Eames replica
Canvas - DIY - Painted by myself
Mobile - DIY - I glued rows of scrapbook paper circles on a paper latern
Metal Toy Bin - Purchased at the Junk Jubilee in Des Moines, Iowa
Mirror (above changing table) - Purchased at Junk Market in Minnesota
Curtains - DIY made by myself, Premier Prints fabric (www.fabric.com)
The dresser and the mobile!
Be patient when looking for things to put together, (I struggled with this sometimes). And have fun!
Posted on June 29, 2012
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