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Tyce’s Room


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!

Design Inspiration

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!

Decorating Style

Modern, simple and DIY!

Project Details

Crib - JC Penney's Savanna Loft Convertible Crib - Espresso

Crib Bedding - Premier Prints fabric, custom-made and purchased from

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 (

Favorite Items

The dresser and the mobile!


Be patient when looking for things to put together, (I struggled with this sometimes).  And have fun!

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  1. avatar Frauline Melfi says:

    I like your use of different patterns/prints. The one with elephants is particularly nice.

  2. avatar nataliew says:

    Michelle Webb,

    It is called Colonial Cobblestone. I believe it’s Dutch Boy. It’s a gray/beige color.

  3. avatar Michelle Webb says:

    What is the name of the paint color on the wall? I am trying to find the perfect gray for my daughter’s room that is pink, turquoise, black and white. Thanks!