Jan 23, 2015

Gender Neutral Nursery

It wouldn't be nursery week without a gender neutral nursery. For those who choose to keep the gender a mystery until baby's arrival, or for adoptive parents waiting for a baby they have not met, a gender neutral room is a must. But it can be difficult to stay in "the middle" without leaning toward one leaning more toward one gender.

To achieve a balanced look, I stuck with neutrals for the big items (crib, chair, etc), and accented with colors suitable for either gender. This also allows you to change out the accent colors if you want to later, without having to change the whole nursery. 

I hope you've enjoyed my week of nurseries! Did I mention that I am NOT trying to make a big announcement? :)

Gender Neutral Nursery

Jan 21, 2015

Week of Nursery Inspiration: Day 3 // Bohemian Chic

For today's design, I stepped out of my comfort zone and created a bohemian inspired nursery. I love that it's earthy but feminine and even a bit edgy. Hope you love!

Bohemian Chic



Jamie young lamp
laylagrayce.com

H M round rug
$23 - hm.com

Lining curtain
anthropologie.com

Wall plaque
kirklands.com

Jan 19, 2015

Week of Nursery Inspiration: Day 1 // Modern Glam Nursery

This week, I am posting one nursery inspiration board a day, for all my 
baby mamas out thereOne of the joys of bringing a new baby is getting 
to plan the nursery for your bundle of joy.

For the record, I'd love to hug the person that made it OK to decorate 
nurseries with brighter colors and edgier touches. Before I had kids, I 
thought nurseries were mostly decorated in pastel borders and teddy 
bear themes (maybe that was just called "the 90's"). 

First up is a bright, girly glam nursery.. There are a few splurges on the 
board, as you'll see in the product info below, meant mostly for 
inspiration. You could easily find more affordable alternatives with a 
little web searching (which for me, is half the fun). I hope you enjoy! 
Come back tomorrow for another design!


Modern Glam Nursery


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