Carousel Designs – Where Solid Colored Crib Sheets in Bright Colors Exist

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – why do all crib sheets come in either a pattern or pastel colors? Suppose I don’t know what I am having and even if I did powder blue, pastel pink and mint green don’t do a thing for me. What is a girl to do? After a long tedious search my sheet prayers were answered by Carousel Designs. Who knew two military dudes (with kids and nursery design obsessed wives) would be so in-tune with what I would want.

This is not the first time I have been down this road looking for solid colored sheets. I was lucky to find red for Tallulah’s room. This time around I was in search of fuchsia or teal. Carousel Designs had both and then some! Seriously solid colored sheets are tricky to find. Carousel Designs has not only sheets, but the whole nursery kit and kaboodle – changing table covers, blankets, curtains, mobiles you name it. Wish I had known about this place and their registry sooner.

Don’t worry if a print is what you have your heart set on they have you covered there too. Cute prints seem to be as hard to come by as bright colored solids. Carousel Designs has cute little retro owls, chipper zoo animals, hip modern prints and oodles more. Actually they have a really handy dandy little nursery designer tool to help you make the baby room of your dreams.

I ended up going with the solid fuchsia sheet and will be back for more. Just waiting to see if I have a boy or a girl before I order another fuchsia or a couple of teal sheets. Check in Thursday to see how I also took this solid color sheet dilema into my own hands.

Did you have trouble finding nursery bedding? Did you sew your own from full size sheets? Did you find some amazing vintage ones on Etsy? Dye a set? Love to know.

One Response to “Carousel Designs – Where Solid Colored Crib Sheets in Bright Colors Exist”

  1. Cindy Cooksey

    I saw a pattern for crib sheets online. It was easy sewing, just requires a long piece of elastic to go all the way around the bottom. I made one with Amy Butler fabric (mostly greens)for my grandchild last year. I'm thinking of making another one – the first one was made when I didn't know her gender.


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