Kyler’s Nursery

19 Mar

So one of the first things I looked forward to when I found out I was pregnant was decorating a nursery (other than meeting her of couse!) I looked around casually but really didn’t start the search until I knew she was going to be a girl. I knew I didn’t want anything too themey and something that was fun, bright, and different. After searching all over the internet, I decided to have my own bedding made through a lady I found on Etsy. Somewhere in the process, I decided I wanted Coral and Teal bedding with wainscotting on the walls. I also decided to go with owls to make her room fun. It took a good month of picking out fabric online, ordering samples, seeing it in person, not liking it and ordering new samples, and bugging Jenny on different designs to come up with the one we ended up getting. It arrived 2 days before Kyler was born and I love it!

We added wainscotting to the room (thanks Chris and Hal!) and I started picking up decorative items that were teal, coral, or white along the way. I started making owl pictures with the circut for her wall. Of course I had help- thanks Marisa, Marissa and Ms. Atwell! Now that it is finally put together, I am really happy on how it turned out!


I just want to thank my parents, Jenny, Marisa, Marissa, Ms. Atwell, Hal and of course Chris for helping me with the nursery!

One Response to “Kyler’s Nursery”


  1. A Little Girl’s Room: Coral and Aqua | - March 3, 2014

    […] room into a “big girl” room, I knew I wanted to stick with the same color scheme as her nursery. I still love Coral and Aqua/Teal together and I didn’t want to have to get all new decor for […]

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