If you are trying to design a gender neutral nursery or unisex baby’s room, you may be browsing tons and tons of images on Pinterest. It’s fun, isn’t it? But sometimes a little easy to get lost or feel like you’re drowning in ideas.
If you’ve already read how to create a gender-neutral nursery, you’ve probably noticed it’s a long post. To make planning and shopping easier, all of the items are condensed here for your convenience. You’ve got enough to think about, between an achey back, comparing pumps, and trying to decide on a pediatrician. I feel you, friend. Let’s cross off a couple things on that long list of yours!
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We painted three walls light gray, with a geometric stenciled accent wall.
Crib: Delta Children Bentley 4 in 1 Crib, White
Glider: Lily Upholstered Glider, Babies ‘R Us
Lamp: Target (currently unavailable); try similar Bubble Up Lamp Base at PB Teen
Dressers: hand-me-downs from family, but we own an IKEA Hemnes dresser that would double duty as a changing table.
Crib Skirt #1: Carousel Designs Mint Herringbone Crib Skirt, 14-inch
Crib Skirt #2 (more affordable): Herringbone Aqua Crib Skirt with Pleat Etsy
Sheet (organic): Carousel Designs White and Gray Polka Dot Organic Crib Sheet
Sheet (flannel): Trend Lab Gray Dot Deluxe Flannel Sheet
Blankets: Aden and Anais (these are functional too, but they are oh-so-beautiful)
Rug: Home Goods or Safavieh white shag
Curtains: Home Goods
Etsy is the best game in town for affordable, printable art. It’s so easy to create a personalized gallery in no time! Mix and match frames that you may already own.
Elephant print (landscape orientation): Kalikoda on Etsy
Elephant print (portrait orientation): AYAKAstudio on Etsy
Gold starfish: PetrichorBluePrints on Etsy
World map, gold glitter: ruPrint on Etsy
Registries: the biggest perk about creating an Amazon baby registry is that you can add items to it from any site. It’s a great way to keep everything you want in one place. We used both of these:
As a side note, signing up for Amazon Prime was one of the best things I did after giving birth. We’ve never looked back. Some new parents love to get out of the house frequently with a newborn, but I was too overwhelmed in those early days to pack up and get to the store. Plus, when you’re sleep deprived, you’ll realize ten minutes after getting back from the store that you forgot wipes. The free shipping is such a delight when you’re unshowered and tired. Be smarter than me and sign up before the baby comes, so you can start ordering now!
Good luck with your nursery and share your photos with us with your end results!