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Teal and Lime Nursery

I wanted a bright and fun nursery for my daughter, and chose to go with teal and lime green. Not traditionally "girly" colors, but with a few feminine choices it's perfect for her. I built the changing table from an Ana White plan, made the galvanized bucket ottoman / toy box, recovered my husband's grandmother's chair (which was used to rock his mom, and then him, and now our daughter) and converted her vintage tv into a bookcase. We built the twin bed (Ana White's Pioneer bed) and I sewed the duvet with Freespirit Deer Valley fabric. And of course we needed the ubiquitous PB-inspired ruler height chart!

To see more: http://www.killerbdesigns.com/charlies-nursery-updated/

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  • 3sonscrazy
    3sonscrazy Fort Collins, CO

    Too cute. My neighbor has a Charlotte who they call Charlie. Cute name for a girl.

  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly

    My daughter chose a very bright lime green for her room - fun to let them have a vision! Looks great with all the white shelving, art and trim

  • Leida R
    Leida R Tampa, FL

    This is lovely. I love everything. I never though of putting these 2 colors together, but they certainly go very well. By the way, the ottoman is AMAZING!!!

  • Brooke N
    Brooke N Lake Jackson, TX

    Thanks so much! It may be my favorite DIY in the room. Other than the baby of course ;)

  • Leida R
    Leida R Tampa, FL

    HEHEHE!!! I understand. Like I said before, all is lovely. By the way Charlie is GORGEOUS, & ADORABLE. May God keep on blessing her today, and always.

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