Nursery Room Ideas | Crib Bedding Separates | Lay Baby Lay

Today we are sharing some nursery design tips on mixing and matching crib bedding separates to create simple designed baby bedding that goes with a variety of nursery styles.  Easily change the look in your baby's room by changing out crib sheets and crib skirts.  A blog post shared by Joni Lay has some creative ideas for a simple, yet fun nursery.  She mixed and matched a variety of our crib sheets and crib skirts to show how you can change up your nursery with ease!  Check out more pictures below to see how she created different looks in this adorable room!

Above and below, Joni paired our Piper in Gray Crib Sheet with our White Pique with Gray Trim Crib Skirt.  Crisp white and gray are perfect for a baby girl or boy's nursery... Plus sign pattern is fun too!  We love the mint green walls and navy swiss cross area rug.

Our crib sheets are made of premium 100% cotton in the USA.  

This bedding combination includes our Sprout Bumperless Crib Sheet and our White Pique with Gray Trim Skirt.  Our Bumperless Crib Sheets have coordinating fabrics on the top & side of the sheet with edges trimmed in cording.   Simple & sweet.  Use alone or add an optional coordinating crib skirt.  Mint and aqua is a pretty palette for a gender neutral nursery.

Our Dreamweaver Crib Sheet shown combines aqua, yellow and gray and a sweet pattern.  A playful damask pattern in soft colors makes our Dreamweaver Baby Bedding Collection perfect for a unisex nursery.

Our Carnival crib sheet features an orange and aqua polka dot pattern, and creates a cheerful nursery palette.  

Thank you Joni, for showing how easy it easy to change a look, without having to redo an entire space!  We have many cotton crib sheets to choose from in a variety of colors and patterns.  Coordinate with our crib skirts and crib rail covers to create an amazing space for your little one!  To see the entire blog post, click here.
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