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Ethan’s Neutral Nursery


After having a girl I was thrilled to get to decorate a baby boy's nursery. I knew in my head I wanted something very neutral with animal accents. It came together beautifully and is such a peaceful place for our calm baby number 2!

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  1. avatar Brittney S says:

    Hi Lauren, I’m curious to know how you hung the mobile. I have my eye on a similar one but I can seem to think of a solution to hanging.

    Also the clouds are sweet do you mind sharing what those are.

  2. avatar Lauren Jones says:

    Chris- the animals are prints from an Etsy shop called Crown Prints. The link should be listed below under “Project Sources”. I bought the 8×10 barn wood frames from Hobby lobby. :)

  3. avatar chris says:

    Where did you get the animal frames on top of the changing table?

  4. avatar Lauren says:

    Hi Kaitlin,

    It’s a Baxton Studio rocking chair and I bought off Overstock. There’s a link under the sources below. :)

  5. avatar Kaitlin says:

    Where is your rocker from?

  6. avatar Lauren says:

    Hi Danielle. The shelves are from Hobby Lobby.

  7. avatar Danielle says:

    Hi, love the room! Where did you get the wire & wood shelves?

  8. avatar Lauren says:

    Hi Stephanie. The sign was hand painted by one of my best friends and her dad made the frame out of barn wood. It’s so special. If you look under sources I posted a similar link. The Etsy shop House of Belonging can make custom signs similar to mine.

  9. avatar Stephanie says:

    So beautiful!!! Where is that gorgeous sign from?

  10. avatar Lauren says:

    Thank you Deb and Jen! The room is painted with Benjamin Moore revere pewter but at 50% tint so it’s lighter than the full color of that makes sense.

  11. avatar Jan Hale says:

    So peaceful and serene! Love the picture of your little girl holding her baby bro!!!
    What color did you use on the walls?

  12. avatar Deb says:

    Beautiful! Would love to know what color the walls were painted?