Woodland Gender Neutral Nursery

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Description

My husband and I were excited to create a woodland nursery for our baby. We kept it gender neutral tried to make the nursery appropriate for baby, toddler, and child.

Design Inspiration

We love to camp and are inspired by the outdoors. This nursery reflects the beautiful woodland animals of Wisconsin and the state parks we love so much.

Decorating Style

Our decorating style is typically classic and minimalistic. We do not like a modern look, but prefer to stay true to our 1935 home, while incorporating some modern elements.

Project Details

Curtains: IKEA

Rocking Moose: IKEA

Rug: Flor

Mobile, Crib Skirt, Fox/Raccoon Stuffed Animals: DIY

Built in Dresser/Closet Redesign: DIY

Quilt, Changing Table Pad: Grandma

Crib/Changing Table: Hand Me Downs from Relatives

Trunk: Hand Me Down from Great Grandpa

Rocking Chair: Rummage Sale Find Reupholstered by Mommy and Daddy

Stool/Footrest: Hand Me Down from another Great Grandpa

Decal: Innovative Stencils

Favorite Items

Our favorite elements are those we handmade. The mobile and crib skirt are some of my first sewing projects, and the construction work was wonderfully done by my husband. The quilt from Grandma is also a treasure.

Advice

A combination of diy, hand-me-downs, and eclectic pieces made our nursery special. Don't buy everything matching from big baby stores! :-)

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