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Alphabet Zoo Nursery


Welcome to the Skip Hop Nursery Design Event! This nursery was designed by Lay Baby Lay and was inspired by Skip Hop’s Complete Sheet, the Alphabet Zoo Collection. For more information on the design event and for details on how you can win prizes daily click here. - Project Nursery

Design Inspiration

I tried to go with cheery, primary palette to pair with the Skip Hop bedding and accessories.  Brightly colored artwork and white furniture keep the room clean and happy.

Decorating Style

I love using a lot of colors and finding inspirational artwork that is fun for both mama and baby to enjoy.  I usually incorporate a good bit of vintage finds into my rooms and they tend to be somewhat eclectic, but this room is a bit more clean and traditional.

Project Details

Crib: Bloom Baby Alma Crib

Changer: London Euro Flat Top Changing Table

Bedding: Alphabet Zoo by Skip Hop

Rocking Chair: KidKraft Adult Rocking Chair

Rocking Chair Cushion: Turquoise Lime Ikat

Lamp: Stella Floor Lamp

Window Treatment: Draped Shade Curtain

Wall Art: Bright Yellow Poster, Polka Dot Apple Coat Rack, Blue Cloud Print, Hanging Garland

Wall Decals: Alphabet Zoo Wall Decals

Diaper Pail: Ubbi

Favorite Items

I love the whale print, with the rainbow spout, the happy yellow lamp, and the Skip*Hop decals are really fun.


 Don't worry about being too matchy-matchy.  Find items that make you happy, and it will work.


Tuesday 28th of July 2015

I've worked in day cares for 5+ years. I have a degree in Early Childhood Education. It just makes sense that I'm drawn to the alphabet theme. Skip Hop makes some amazing designs. I can't wait for our Baby V to have their alphabet nursery.

Nora Anne Sidhu

Friday 19th of July 2013

Love this


Wednesday 10th of July 2013

This is my favorite hands down. LOVE the bright, poppy colors and adore that this room reads for either gender!

Elizabeth Arsenault

Wednesday 10th of July 2013

Cute pops of color and random decor


Wednesday 10th of July 2013

I love this because it is something that would still be beautiful and well designed 10 years from now!