Gender Neutral Nursery and Playroom

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We are expecting baby no. 2, and wanted the baby's room to also function as a secondary play zone for both kids.

Design Inspiration

Light, bright, airy, comfortable, casual, colorful, and most of all- fun.

Decorating Style

I love all things color, geometric, pattern, and glitter for kids. I also like the look of new and old things together.


The key for me was to combine things that were more affordable with some smaller things that were pricier to achieve the look I was going for. For example, the couch and cubby dressers come from IKEA, and the owl lamp was purchased from West Elm. The rug was a little more expensive, but I made the glitter animal canvas prints on the wall myself.


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    Agreed, Alicia! The slide was a new Christmas gift for our 2yo, and is a “thing of the moment”, to be put outside soon. ; )

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    I like that it’s a multi-functional space. I also like those hemp (?) storage boxes and those little wooden chair and table in pastel colors.

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    This is a great room. I really love all the colors!

    I would also love to know what paint color you used?

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    I’ve been coveting that rug since reading this and now it’s on sale at zulily. i’ve never bought from there before…. 5 foot round for $130

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    I’ve been looking for a slide this size. Do you know where I can find this one? I know it was a gift but maybe the manufacturer ? (it will annoy me as well but my son will be delighted ;)

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