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The Twins Toddler Room

I choose this project because my family had just recently moved from Florida to Georgia.  I wanted to make my twin two year old girls feel comfortable in their new home and especially their new bedroom.  I wanted to give the girls room an update from their nursery back in Florida to a big girl room in our new home.
My inspiration for the room was this beautiful wildflower wallpaper. I wanted something fresh, bright and feminine for the girls room.  I wanted a design that was tranquil for them, making their transition from the only bedroom they had known to their new room.
My advice would be to take your time and plan out all aspects of your toddlers room. ¬†You want the bedroom to be something that your kids enjoy as well as being a practical space. Lastly have fun with it. ¬†It’s a time to collaborate with your children and come up with a beautiful design that makes both you and children happy.

Mid-Century Twin Nursery

After finding out we were pregnant (surprise), we were surprised again to find out it was twins!¬† When we found out we were having twin boys (after already having three girls), we were thrilled to be able to design a boy nursery for the first time.¬† I love neutral but couldn’t miss this opportunity to incorporate some blues and more masculine wood tones and metals.¬† My husband loves mid-century modern, so it was a no-brainer for us to use that style as inspiration for the boys.

Neutral Beach Nursery

We knew we wanted neutral space that incorporated a subtle nod to our love of the beach. We chose mini cribs for our twin girls. Wave decals, surf board growth chart, and drift wood peace sign are our favorite pieces for the space!

Twin Girls Modern Boho Neutral Sanctuary

We chose a modern, boho, femininely whimsical theme for our twin girls, Capri & Celine’s nursery. We wanted to incorporate modern elements such as the neon name signs and acrylic cribs with the feminine touches of the Anthropologie primrose mirror and the beaded chandelier while keeping true to a natural, bohemian aesthetic with the bouclé glider, area rug & beige/ivory/cream neutral color palette.

Twin Nursery Ideas: A Sweet Boho Style Room for Mila and Liam

We are so excited so reveal this charming and laid back nursery put together for newborn twins Mila & Liam Mills!

Their momma, Natasha of the Momma Mills Blog, designed a warm and welcoming room for her babies to come home to.  Lots of twin nursery ideas to check out!

he room has a boho vibe with greenery, natural decor and wood accents.  This chic and cozy space creates a happy place for twins!

The natural wood cribs are from¬†Storkcraft, a family-owned Canadian furniture company.¬† Natasha decided on two¬†Beckett 3-in-1 Convertible Cribs¬†in ‚ÄúNatural‚ÄĚ. This crib has won awards for its clean, adaptable design.¬† The light wood brings a playful and modern feel to the nursery.

Natasha worked with New Arrivals’ owner Tori Swaim and chose personalized crib rail covers and crib sheets to dress the cribs.¬† The¬†white crib rail covers¬†are versatile and keep the babies from chewing on the crib.¬† The green and dark pink monograms were added to coordinate with the¬†Sage Green¬†&¬†Rose Bouquet Crib Sheets.¬† All of our rail covers, blankets and pillows can be personalized with a monogram or name.¬† (See all of our monogramming options¬†here).¬† The green crib sheet for Liam coordinates perfectly with the pink and green floral crib sheet for Mila.

Mila and Liam snuggling on our¬†Rose Bouquet Crib Sheet.¬† Large scale rose floral print adds a subtle feminine touch to the nursery and coordinates perfectly with the sage green crib sheet for Liam.¬† Twins Liam and Mila cuddle together in their Pink Polka Dot¬†¬†and¬†Sage Green knit swaddles.¬† New Arrivals’ Sage Green Crib Sheet¬†and¬†White Crib Rail Cover¬†with¬†Monogram¬†are shown above.¬† Warm sage green mixes well with earthy tones and is muted and calming.

The sleek modern Hudson Changer Dresser includes three drawers, changing tray and storage cabinet to help conserve space in the room.  Utilizing the dresser as a changing station is an easy way to save space and eliminates the need for a separate changing table.

Natasha had the closet doors removed and added a white Ikea storage unit for organizing toys, shoes and more.  Seagrass cube baskets add to the natural feel of the room and add more space for tucking the abundance of baby things out of sight.

A comfy, cozy Capri Swivel Glider from Lennox Furniture is perfect for rocking, feedings and snuggles.

A large nursery window brings in plenty of sunlight that adds to the bright feel of the room.  Greenery is always a charming decor item to add to a nursery.  The fig leaf plant adds color, texture and helps to complete the space.

All nurseries need a cozy corner that is conducive rocking, feeding and reading.  Include a rocker/glider, books, lots of light and sweet decor to create a comfortable and homey spot.

 Floating shelves from Home Depot and IKEA hold keepsakes and favorite books.

A big thank you to Natasha for sharing her baby’s room with us!¬† Liam and Mila’s room is a stunning space designed for twins!

You can see the full Nursery Tour on her blog, including discount codes for many of the products included in the room!

Clean + Neutral Nursery for Twin Girls

I was so excited to create a loving space for my twin girls as soon as I found out I was pregnant with twins. I opted for a neutral tone so the room has a bright and airy feel when you enter. We picked out the paint color first then chose the decal for the room. We found cribs that are white with wooden legs which I feel tied the whole lookentogether. We wanted a pop of color but still be neutral so we chose cinnamon color and have this pop through some items throughout the nursery.u favorite pieces are the two hanging frames. I wanted something personalized that isn’t necessarily the twins’ names. Since their first names came from plants, I decided to get the willow and ivy leaves custom made into the wall hanging for a personal touch. My most favorite oartnis the shelf area which was inspired by featured nurseries in projectnursery’s instagram page. It took me about 5 months to complete the nursery. There were a lot of items that were out of stock (due to COVID I assumed) that I didn’t have a choice but to just be patient. And it paid off because I absolutely think the nursery is the best room in our house.