We didn't find out the gender of our precious (now baby girl) so we wanted to create a gender neutral nursery. I tried to get inspiration from PN on gender neutral, I still feel like it's hard to find gender neutral nurseries. I wanted a very light and airy feel. Lots of white, to make the room look larger. The nursery doesn't get that much light so I wanted to use lots of light colors.
My inspiration was pastels. I love yellow and based a lot of the room off a pastel yellow. Also, my handmade curtains have a pop of yellow fabric around the sides, this was important to me to have subtle colorful curtains!
Simple, Traditional, Affordable
Slate Rocker: Nursery Works
White Nursing Stool: Babies R Us
Grey Initial Wall Hanging "EAO": League of Letters on Etsy
White Crib: Babies R Us
Green Polka Dot Crib Sheet: New Arrivals Inc.
Scalloped Cottage Shelves: New Arrivals Inc.
House Shelve: RH Baby & Child
Green Rug: Overstock.com
Happiness Pillow: Burlington Coat Factory
Dresser & Side Table: IKEA HEMNES
Yellow Owl Lamp: JCPenney
Green Changing Pad: Babies R Us
Clear Medallion Knobs on Dresser & Side Table: Urban Outfitters
Hot Air Balloons Light: Amazon by Authentic Models
2 Baby Animal Prints: The Animal Print Shop
"E" Crocheted Letter: RH Baby & Child
White & Yellow Curtains: Handmade with Fabric Ribbon
Yellow Good Morning Sunshine Wall Art: Spunky Fluff on Etsy
Crochet Chevron Baby Blanket: Pinky Roo on Etsy
White Framed Golden Books (Dumbo & Bambi Vintage Books): IKEA
My favorite item, and splurge item is the Nursery Works slate storytime rocker as well as my handmade curtains. The hot air balloons were also a great find that I am so happy with!
It's easy to carried away with baby/nursery items. I wanted simple, not a lot of clutter but with a pastel light feel. If you have a budget stick with it. We had one splurge item, that was exciting to have my splurge item. You have to be excited about the room.
I envisioned a bright room and have accomplished just that!