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Gwenyth’s Bright Nursery


An aqua, yellow, coral and grey nursery.

Decorating Style

We wanted to create a bright nursery for our daughter that wasn't too girly. We tried to do a lot of DIY and customizing.

Project Details

Comforter on daybed- Target

Coral pillows- Home Depot clearance

'It's a Girl' Banner- gift/unknown

Frames, suitcase & owl on shelves- Homegoods

Birdcage- Hobby Lobby

Wall shelves- Home Depot

'You Are My Sunshine' Art- TJ Maxx

'G is for Gwenyth', 'I'll Eat You Up', and map prints- DIY in photoshop, inspired by Etsy prints

Totoro silhouette- DIY, frame from Michael's

Owl- Hobby Lobby, spray painted white

Cluster frame- Homegoods

Lamp- spray painted a lamp we already had, shade from Target with added embellishments

Bookshelf- Ikea Expedit

Baskets- TJ Maxx

Glass jar- Christmas Tree Shop

Paper lanterns- Hobby Lobby

Chair- Ikea Ektorp Jennylund with rocker/glider attachment added using this tutorial

Footstool- Target

Dresser- Ikea Koppang with added glass knobs

Side table- Christmas Tree Shop with added glass knob

Changing pad cover- King sized pillowcase from Target

Letter holder turned lotion caddy- Marshalls

Star Wars/Winnie the Pooh Print- by James Hance

Bow holders- DIY out of frames from Big Lots

Crib- Walmart

Framed G- DIY, materials from Hobby Lobby

Curtain- Shower Curtain from TJ Maxx

Custom crib skirt and quilt - GiggleSixBaby on Etsy

Crib sheet- Target

Star mobile- DIY, materials from Hobby Lobby

White rug- Building #19


Favorite Items

I love everything in the room, but my favourites are the mobile and glider.


Find a look you like and DIY as much as you can. There are plenty of tutorials online, and you'll probably be surprised by how crafty you can be. I think doing some things ourselves and customizing where we could made us love this room even more.


Sunday 3rd of November 2013

Gwenyth.. What a lovely name! And a lovely room that fits the name. I particularly like the DIY touches.