Vibrant Twin Girl nursery in shades of Pink, Green and Grey
For the twins I didn't want a cookie cutter store bought nursery. I did know I wanted the room to be very bright as it is a small room (8x10). I found this beautiful Pink and Green Damask fabric and fell in love with it. I started designing the nursery from there and with the help of a fabulous friend we got to work.
Cribs ~ DaVinci Kalani Mini Crib
Changing table ~ DaVinci Kalani 3 drawer Changing table
Changing pad cover ~ etsy.com
Glider ~ hand me down from friend. Re-covered by friend with fabric from fabric.com
Small 3 drawer dresser ~ Hand me down, it was my Grandfather's. I had my brother refinish it and paint it white to match the furniture.
Side Table ~ Sears
Area Rug ~ Target
Door & Drawer Knobs & Paint ~ Lowes...Paint is all custom color from fabric used in room
Window Treatment ~ White window film...decorativefilm.com , Monogram on windows...etsy.com , Window shades...re-purposed and recovered by me with fabric from fabric.com
Crib sheets ~ made by me with fabric from fabric.com
Crib Skirt ~ made by me with tulle from papermart.com
Mobile ~ paperlanternstore.com
I also made the Elephant bust, headband & flower storage frame and closet curtain.
My favorite parts of the nursery have to be the color block wall, the tutu crib skirts and of course the main reason for the room the re-covered glider.
Think outside the box, put your own little touches in the room and enjoy every minute of pulling everything together.
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Hi, What mattress did you buy for these cribs?
Do you have a tutorial of the bed skirt design and how many rolls of tulle did you have to buy for the crib?
Thank you! The cribs came with a very flimsy mattress pad that I was just going to throw away. Instead I punched holes in it along the edge every 1/4 of an inch. I then doubled up the tulle and inserted the loop through the hole and fed the tulle through the loop to attach itself to the pad. No sewing necessary and super fast.
I love the bedding! How did you make the bed skirt?
Tina I love it. So creative you are. Can’t wait to meet the girls!!
Love love love the crib skirts!
Great job, Tina. Brynn & Hayden will just love the bright colors. I especially lke your crib “tutu”.
It’s nice! Very clean and simple but cute. Love it.