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Example of a transitional gender-neutral carpeted nursery design in Austin with beige walls

Alphabet Wall Art

An eclectic mix of colors and patterns were used to create the art above our baby's bed. Most of the letters were covered in scrapbook paper or painted with acrylic paints. The quilt was made by my daughter, mother, grandmother, and mother-in-law.

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Heidi nick wrote:August 10, 2012
  • caraleigh75
    Amazing idea!!!
  • ladyyb
    I love your the decor in your baby's room. Would allow your room to featured in your gallery of inspirational baby nursery at www.babydeco.co.uk:
hnmiller wrote:August 14, 2012
Love the stripe wall! What are the two colors used? Thanks!

  • nessadee
    Thanks! The grey is called 'Castle Path' and the white is 'Snow Drift' I think ....snow something. I can't find the paint can, but when I do, I'll let you know. They're both by Behr from Home Depot.
  • hnmiller
    Thank you for taking the time to respond with the information!! :)
designmomof2 wrote:September 10, 2012
How did you stick the letters on the wall? I am trying to find an easy way without ruining the wall paint.

- The alphabets are beautiful and stylish!!

  • nessadee
    Hi there! I'm sorry to say that I used nails to attach the letters, so the wall probably looks like Swiss cheese. A lot of the letters are light enough, though that an adhesive strip might work just as well.
  • designmomof2
    Adhesive strip is a great idea. Thanks! Although with the number of things that are going up in my girls' room, its definitely going to be a swiss cheese wall scenario :)
jenhmoss wrote:October 17, 2012
Where is that crib from?

  • nessadee
    It's Bassett baby that I bought off Craigslist.
Abbie Doran wrote:November 11, 2012
  • nessadee
    Hi there! I bought the rug at Marshall's. I'm not sure what brand, but it's a really soft indoor/outdoor rug.
Justina wrote:November 29, 2012
Love the solar system! Where is it from?

  • nessadee
    Hi there! The solar system came from Pottery Barn Kids.
lovedancd2002 wrote:December 14, 2012
  • fabyalanis
    Where are the letters from?
  • nessadee
    Hi there! I got the letters from a variety of places, but most of them came from Hobby Lobby. I bought them unfinished and either painted them or covered them with scrapbook paper.
danilucky13 wrote:December 23, 2012
  • nessadee
    Hi there! I found the book stand at Marshalls. I still see them there from time to time. I'm sure they can be found at Home Goods or TJ Maxx as well.
erinkristine wrote:January 1, 2013
marisalees83 wrote:February 15, 2013

  • nessadee
    The paint is called 'Castle Path' by Behr.
indonesianibu wrote:March 15, 2013
  • nessadee
    Hi there! I bought the rug at Marshall's. It's an indoor/outdoor rug, but it's super soft.
  • Abiel Wilson
    it's too good get Rug
Nancy Serafini Interior Design wrote:May 14, 2013
  • Linda Richelson
    YES -- Where did you find those fabulous letters?
  • nessadee
    I found the letters at a variety of places, most of them from Hobby Lobby, though. I either painted them or covered them in scrapbook paper.
dionya wrote:May 28, 2013
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donnaandallan wrote:August 12, 2013
  • nessadee
    Thanks, donnaandallan!
Kite Interior Design wrote:August 16, 2013
  • laurent545
    Personally I couldn't even notice it. I think it looks just fine. Love the room!
  • nessadee
    The ceiling is slightly darker than the white stripes. I didn't want to tackle painting the ceiling, so I just left it the original color.
Ryan Bohn wrote:September 21, 2013
What size are the letters you used for the alphabet wall?

  • nessadee
    Hi there! The largest letter 'U' is 13" tall, and the smallest 'T' is 5".
  • Nadia Maaz
    Please also tell us How did u made those letters?
rlmizel wrote:November 15, 2013
  • nessadee
    Hi there! I just used a roller and painter's tape. I went back with the base color and small paintbrush to touch up any leaks.
Kimberly Merkli wrote:December 2, 2013
Did you buy the letters or make them yourself?

  • nessadee
    Hi there. I bought the letters from different places and then painted or covered them in scrapbook paper.
sofia castro wrote:January 1, 2014
Where Did you buy The bumper with letters?

  • nessadee
    Hi there....I bought them from a variety of places, but most of them came from Hobby Lobby. I then painted them, or covered them in scrapbook paper.
  • Melease Jackson
    Would you be interested in making me a set?
bvenny wrote:January 29, 2014
    tendingdreams wrote:February 27, 2014
    What is the paint color on the wall?

    - What is the paint color on the wall?

    • nessadee
      Hi there! The paint color is Castle Path by Behr.
    noragh wrote:March 13, 2014
      Pam Smart wrote:March 15, 2014
      • aehagen58
        Pottery barn kids.
      Ashton Orr wrote:March 17, 2014
        kelliaxo wrote:March 26, 2014
        What did you use to hang the letters?

        • nessadee
          I just used a hammer and nails. It's probably not the best solution, but the nail holes are pretty small so it won't be hard to touch up.
        Sally Minor wrote:May 19, 2014
        Where is the book rack from?

        • nessadee
          I bought the book rack from Marshall's.
        • minjeeah
          My nephews put star's that light up on their walls so when they go to bed their wall's light up with stars!!!!!
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