A Tiny Sprouts Nursery Tour

Gabrielle Blair
Home & Garden
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All photos by Tracey

Tracey, owner of the popular children's clothing and accessory line, Tiny Sprouts, is expecting her first baby (a boy!) in May and is in full nesting mode -- putting together a terrific nursery. The room is a charming combination of heirlooms, refurbished pieces, and personal favorites. She put together the whole thing for about $1,000. Take a peek.

Tell me about the changing area. The print is adorable and I love the little pail.

I love the diaper pail as well. It's from my grandmother -- she used it with all of her children. I also love using a dresser for a changing space. We found a pad that secures on the back so you don't have to have an official changing table. So simple! The ABC poster is actually a length of wrapping paper that I framed.

What about that great cabinet? Such a smart way to both display and store your baby items.

The armoire we stripped and painted ourselves. It was purchased from a local antique store for $200! (That's also where I found the vintage rocking horse for $27 and changing table/dresser for $140.) I love it. I've started to fill it with vintage books and goodies.

This looks like a cozy corner.

I'm really happy about the rocker (it was a bargain and oh so comfy) and the curtains make me smile -- my mom made them using material we found at Joanns! I love adding stuffed animals to windows. This one is called Gorillie. It's made by Persimmon & Pink.

What a pretty shade of blue on the toy chest.

On the toy chest is a stack of his 48 prefold diapers!

Tell me about your bedding? Where did you find it?

The bumper. Oh, how I love it. And oh, how I love my mom for MAKING it. Isn't it beautiful? She spent many, many hours completing this for me, and I'm so thankful. It was made using sheets from Target. I love the little pillow too (which she made) and there's a super-soft lamb that plays music.


It looks like you're all set, Tracey! Congratulations on putting such a fantastic space together. Thanks you for sharing your photos.

His room is so dear to me. Everything in it has come from someone I love, and it gives it so much more meaning. I'm so thankful to everyone for making it so special!

PS -- The rug is from Lowe's. It's a knock-off of Pottery Barn's Henley for less. And the Jenny Lind-style crib was painted cream and found on my local Craigslist for $25!

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