Love Me Some Chevron: Zigzag Finds For Baby and Nursery

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The chevron trend is still going strong — and I love me some chevron! Check out these handmade Etsy finds for some pretty sweet nursery decor accessories and ideas to make your baby’s room POP!

  • Custom Chevron Curtains ($140): Two 40×90 panels of this turquoise chevron zigzag pattern can make quite a statement in baby’s room!
  • Deer Antlers Chevron Silhouette Print ($18): Who said animal themes can’t be retro and modern?
  • Chevron Lampshade ($65): Upgrade an old lamp into a fabulous lighting option for the nursery with a brand new lamp drum — like this modern zigzag find!
  • Zigzag Elephants Nursery Print ($10): This digital print is and affordable —and oh-so-sweet!— option for nursery decor on a budget!
  • Monogram Melamine Chevron Tray ($55): Keep of of your baby’s diapering necessities on this zigzag monogram tray. It’s a modern accessory that is sure to grow with your little one!
  • Yellow Chevron Pouf ($75): Put your feet up or have a guest take a seat on this zigzag ottoman that can stay in baby’s room forever or be relocated to any room in your home!
  • Chevron Owl Nursery Print ($22): Got a thing for owls? This unique nursery print with an owl on a zigzag background is modern with a child-like appeal!
  • Pillow in Chevron Pattern ($25): A multicolor zigzag pattern throw pillow can add an unexpected touch of colors to the nursery. And it’s super funky!


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About Nicole @ Chic & Cheap Nursery

Nicole is the founder/editor of and mom of a 6-year-old princess. She has a B.A. in Architecture and a passion for design—nursery design to be precise!


  1. I”m pretty much obsessing about that pillow. Much love!!!

    – Sarah

  2. Super fun! You know what I am wondering while I am looking at this though? When did zigzag start getting called chevron [by everyone else besides the gas company]? lol When did that happen? Obviously it’s SUPER popular, but that thought just popped into my head. LOL

    • @Emily Heizer, Photography with Flair, It’s funny you should ask. Chevron (inverted V) has been used in art or as insignia waaaaay before the Chevron oil company. Usually, true chevron patterns have the same size inverted V repeated in the pattern, while zigzag patterns alternate in size and width. But it’s true, everyone calls zigzag Chevron, no mater if it is or isn’t a true chevron pattern, just because it sounds nicer — or more “designer-y”. =)

  3. PS I have that pillow cushion thingee bookmarked on Etsy, I think, in a few fabric patterns. lol

  4. These are great finds – especially the owl and bright curtains.

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