Posted by Sawyer Swaim on 8/22/2017 to Nursery Ideas & Design Inspiration
Looking for an alternate to a traditional pink nursery for your baby girl? Not a problem! This adorable neutral baby girl nursery, designed by Cindy from Made 2 Style blog, might be just the inspiration you need to create a unique baby girl’s room. Not wanting to know the sex of her baby beforehand, Cindy designed this nursery with neutral colors, keeping in mind that should would accent the room after the birth of her baby. This creamy room is a perfect backdrop for a baby boy or girl, and should give you some great baby girl nursery ideas!
A pretty coral and pink DIY letter "E" spices up the nursery for baby Eliza and adds personalization to the room. Cindy handmade this crafty letter, which she details in her how to blog post, the DIY Flowered Letter. The vibrant letter wall decor catches your eye among the soft colors in the room. New Arrivals, Inc. Ecru Linen Baby Bedding Collection is perfect for a neutral colored nursery, and easy to accentuate for a boy or a girl. A soft striped ecru linen crib rail cover and pleated crib skirt looks right at home in a classic white wooden crib.
Whites, khakis and soft grays add a natural warmth to this nursery space. The crisp whites and cool creams blend perfectly together. The colors, layout and textures in this nursery are soothing and calm in this happy space.
The gallery wall over the dresser is an assortment of frames and photos, giving the room a focal point. The neutral colored baskets are sweet, and perfect for keeping clothes and other items tucked away.
The nursery shelving holds books, pictures and toys, and is a perfect spot to show off keepsakes and memorabilia too.
The natural lighting in the room gives the room a gorgeous glow.
Go big with a neutral style nursery for your new baby’s room. A neutral, unisex nursery gives you so much versatility in your decorating, and you will never grow tired of this classic style. This nursery exemplifies that light and creamy is never too dull or plain.
If you are waiting to find out the gender of your baby, decorate the room with neutrals, and then once you bring your baby home, throw in gender specific colored decor and accents. Baskets, wall décor, picture frames can all add color to the room. This nursery will never go out of style, and can easily be modified for baby #2!
A big thank you to Cindy for sharing this gorgeous room!