This month’s featured nursery is all about sweet Harper’s gender neutral greenery-inspired space. Harper is the youngest of three and since her parents already had a boy and a girl, they decided to not find out their little one’s gender until birth.
Creating a gender neutral nursery was fun for Harper’s mama, Alyssa. She loved being able to create a space that once baby was born, small decor pieces could be added to create personal touches such as the pink acrylic All You Need is Love sign.
With the crib and other furniture pieces already purchased for Harper’s previous siblings, mom and dad were able to splurge on decor elements such as Harper’s accent wall.
What is your nursery’s theme?
Gender neutral greenery.
What was the inspiration for your nursery design?
Since we were being surprised with the gender we wanted to do something we could use for either boy or girl. Then once baby arrived we could add some personalized touches.
Did you utilize help from any professional designers?
Did you have a particular budget in mind for your nursery?
Since this is our third baby we were able to use some hand-me-downs from big siblings.
On which items did you splurge vs. save?
Since we were able to use some furniture from big sister, I was able to really focus on some good quality pieces and focal points, like the decal wall — my favorite piece!
Did you experience any challenges with your nursery design?
Not particularly. It was a lot of fun to put together a gender neutral nursery since I had already done one boy and one girls nursery.
Watercolor Leaves Wall Decal | Changing Pad Cover | Crib Sheet | Rug | Dresser | Knobs | Pouf (Target, exact no longer available) | Crib (Pottery Barn, exact crib no longer available) | Rocking Chair (Buy Buy Baby, exact chair no longer available) | Mirror