When it comes to designing a nursery, every mother wants to create a space for their baby that is unlike any other—a space that is truly special and unique. For over twenty years, Cotton Tale Designs has been helping mothers to design these perfect spaces, with our wide selection of baby bedding and matching nursery decor. Even so, every so often we are absolutely blown away by the creativity displayed and the effort put forth by mothers who view the task of designing the nursery as a true labor of love.
For over twenty years, it has been the mission of Cotton Tale Designs to provide mothers with innovative products and extensive options when decorating their nurseries. We do not intend to stop this crusade any time soon! This being said, we thought we would take a moment to do one big update on all of our new baby crib bedding and nursery décor options!
Starting the design process, regardless of the project, can be very confusing. Design for your nursery is not simple but it should start with simplicity. If you have very definitive ideas…you might want to take your time, be patient with how the look will evolve. And it WILL evolve. Remember, designing your baby’s nursery will be a process, meaning that it will grow, change, and adapt to your needs.
Let’s take a stroll down Penny Lane! This pattern naturally has a very retro, 70’s feel to it, which is not something you typically find in other crib bedding sets. Penny Lane is perhaps our most unique pattern, giving a new spin to the “flower power” motif, giving it a vintage look. It is definitely a sophisticated pattern.
There is no better way to add color and life to your baby’s nursery than one of Cotton Tale Designs’ hand-painted canvas wall art pieces. For each of our baby bedding sets, there is a piece of art specifically created to accentuate the most interesting and vivacious aspects of that pattern.
Cotton Tale Designs’ “Front Rail Cover-Up” is perhaps one of the most innovative ideas to come from designer Nina Selby. A few years ago, the Front Rail Cover-Up was created in response to multiple trends in the baby bedding industry.