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Results found for "gender neutral"

  • Green gender neutral room, Here is the nursery I created for my Son, his gender was a surprise until he was born, The room was already green when we moved in. I decided on white furniture for a light, bright space. A chair for feeding, small storage for books and toys, a dresser for folded clothing and a side table mainly for when there is a bed in the room. I didn't really have a 'theme' as such but decided that giraffes were the most gender neutral animal. I searched and searched Esty for wall stickers and prints. I love the wall sticker I ordered, I originally picked it because it has a giraffe. However, I didn't end up using it as I felt it was too busy. I love the coloured leaves, it gives the otherwise plain room a real lift. The prints are super cute white silhouettes of a giraffe and lion., Nurseries Design

    Green gender neutral r...

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  • (BEFORE) Tyanna's Jungle Nursery, this space was created based on the nojo jungle babies theme.  This space is very ender neutral.. Formerly my daughters room- the updated version is "Tyannas Princess Palace", and this set is now in my sons room., Nurseries Design

    (BEFORE) Tyanna's J...

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  • Yellow, Grey and Teal Gender Neutral Nursery, A gender neutral nursery that is calm and relaxing. , Nurseries Design

    Yellow, Grey and Teal...

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  • Neutral nursery with pops of color, We opted for a neutral basis for our first nursery. We wanted the main pieces to be able to grow up with our family instead of quickly becoming outdated. 
Once we found out that we were having a girl we added the pops of color-peachy/pink and buttery yellow.
We kept the room traditional with a touch of vintage or modern country as I call it., Nurseries Design

    Neutral nursery with p...

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  • Nature Baby!!, My husband and I converted a room in our cape cod style home for our new little bundle scheduled to arrive sometime in early May! :) We DO NOT know the gender so we had to make it gender neutral. We love nature, organics, music and the outdoors so we were inspired by that., Nurseries Design

    Nature Baby!!

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  • Beach Chic Nursery in OC Residence by Little Crown Interiors, Interior Design by Little Crown Interiors
Photography by Full Spectrum Photo Studio, Nurseries Design

    Beach Chic Nursery in...

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  • Alphabet Stencil - Gender Neutral, Before our first child was born, we struggled with choosing a theme for the nursery.  We went with the gender neutral color, pale sage green.  The nursery's best feature is the wall design that was created with letter stencils.   The design is comprised of the letters of mine and my husband's name, along the year our first child was to be born.  We arranged the huge letter stencils on the wall and painted them different shades of green.  It came out awesome!  We chose chocolate brown furniture for the rocking chair and the cutest convertible crib we could find.  , Nurseries Design

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  • Gender Neutral Handmade Nursery, We didn't find out the gender of our baby before she was born, but we still wanted to create a unique and beautiful room that would be gender neutral, cozy, and comfortable.  My husband and I made and repurposed as many pieces as we could to keep the costs down and give a warm, lived in feel to the room.

We installed a white wood plank wall to brighten the room and add lots of cottage character.  

Our changing table is an old buffet/dresser that needed updating.  We stripped all the paint off and then stained the top and repainted the body.  I love how we are able to use a piece of furniture that would have just been thrown out!

The sheets are from Target and I made the crib skirt out of a gender neutral, fun fabric.

You can see more info on my blog:  http://www.thegoldensycamore.com, Nurseries Design

    Gender Neutral Handm...

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  • A gender neutral baby animal nursery, Designing Jaxon’s nursery was a labor of love over the last few months.  I wanted to create a warm and welcoming space without spending a fortune.  I incorporated many pieces we already owned including a dresser and lamp along with some new pieces like a glider. For additional details go to my blog at www.KristaAndMichele.com, Nurseries Design

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  • Wizard of Oz Inspired Gender Neutral Nursery, The title says it all!  We are having a "surprise" baby - we'll find out boy or girl in the delivery room!  We love the Wizard of Oz and want to bring in elements of the book/movie theme in mostly subtle (and a few less subtle)  ways.   

We want to use color imaginatively in most of the room, while the area around the crib will be"home" in shades of black and white.  We would like to paint a rainbow (or something representing a rainbow) over the crib and everything under the rainbow will be black/white -- crib bedding, family photos on the wall, etc. We haven't decided between pure black and white, or more "sepia" toned colors.  

We don't want to use images from the 1940s film; if we bring any prints into the room, they will be from the book illustrations. 

We don't want an outright mural in the "color space" - we'd like to keep the wall space flexible for photos, prints, decor and furniture rearranging.  The photo I uploaded shows one of our ideas for the "color" walls - grass-green and skyblue with a border that hints at a yellow brick road.  

After baby comes, we can add more feminine or masculine elements -- Lion, Scarecrow, Tinman and the Wizard etc for a boy or fairy godmother, Dorothy, etc for a girl.  

So those are our ideas but we can't seem to come up with a sketch to match our imagination!  Here's our stilted attempt at a drawing on Paint - I think I'll redraw the sketch by hand to give a better idea.  For the record, that big white box on the crib wall is a window.  There will be a glider there.  

Any input is greatly appreciated!  We're mostly stuck on the actual colors and deisgn of the "color walls," the bedding, and how to match fabrics across the room when we're working in sepia/black and white vs. color.  , Nurseries Design

    Wizard of Oz Inspired...

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  • Rory's Gender Neutral Nursery, This is the bonus room accessible only from the master bedroom. It doubled as our shoe closet/overflow and home office. When we found out we were having another child, it seemed the perfect place to house our new addition. We did not find out if we were having a boy or a girl so we needed a room that would work for either gender. The room was a drab brown (previous owners) so we brightened it up with light grays and whites to make the space appear larger and feel more airy. Since it's still the room where the family gets ready for the day, we kept the TV but moved it to the wall. the built-ins hide the must-haves and we've corralled the shoes into their own space. The crib and bedding is Pottery Barn, the rocker is Land of Nod, the art is from Etsy, the rug is from Rugs USA, the changing table is a re-finished flea market score, and the drapes are West Elm. , Nurseries Design

    Rory's Gender Neutral...

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  • Gender Neutral Celestial Nursery, We wanted to create a nursery for all our babies so we chose a stars and moon blue and yellow theme.  We had our first baby - a girl and I beleive it still works for her.  We painted clouds on the ceiling we have a shelf going around the room.  We made all the bedding and curtains ourselves.  We used wall stickies to enhance the theme as well.  We hope you like it, Nurseries Design

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  • gender neutral winnie the pooh, yellow and green space - starting point were the green polka dot curtains and the unique furniture, Nurseries Design

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  • Gender neutral nursery, I did this nursery several months before we adopted our son.  I didn't know whether we were getting a boy or girl so I tried to stay as neutral as possible.  I used photos from children's books & nursery rhyme books in thrift store frames for wall decor., Nurseries Design

    Gender neutral nursery

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  • Gender Neutral Nursery , This was our gender neutral nursery for foster babies.  Now we have a beautiful little foster daughter . . . any ideas how to make it more girly?, Nurseries Design

    Gender Neutral Nurser...

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  • Gender Neutral Baby Room, Gray and white walls. Gender neutral colors. Clean and modern., Nurseries Design

    Gender Neutral Baby R...

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  • A Different Twist on Gender Neutral, I wanted something that wasn't green and yellow.  I went for a traditional, yet elegant look.  I choose something that could be accessorized for either a boy or a girl.  You'll notice some pink in some of the pictures because we had a little girl.  I didn't change much though.  The only part of the room that is new is the bedding.  Everything else was either given to us or used in other parts of the house., Nurseries Design

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  • Unique Gender Neutral Nursery, We didn't know what we were having but wanted a special space for our new baby. I wanted to use old and new peices, and loved the look of dark furniture. The only brand new item was the crib and everything else was already sitting around the basement. I repurposed and painted an old dresser into a change table, and found a broker chest of drawers for $5 at a garage sale and fixed it and refinished it. I also took photos of my husband and I, and our families as babies and made a collage representing each family to hang over her crib. There was a lot of love that went into making her room. I can't wait to start decorating the next nursery for our new baby coming in a few months!, Nurseries Design

    Unique Gender Neutral...

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