A neutral nursery will always be in style due to its adaptability and this design fits right into our tribute to our beautiful South Africa for our latest style session.
People have different reasons for creating gender neutral nurseries, some do not know the gender of the baby, some would like the nursery to last for more than one gender baby and some just prefer the sophisticated look of a neutral palette.
What we do love about a gender neutral nursery is that you can easily add bold patterns or textures to your design.
We loved the natural wood finish of the furniture supplied by Lotters Pine, Harties Store. (you can choose your finish and colour when you order from them)
A neutral nursery allows for use of bold patterns, a variety of textures and interesting decor to add playfulness to the room.
Follow the suppliers bellow on social media to see what variations we had on this look while creating this gorgeous neutral nursery!
We ❤ South Africa…..This is our local!
Suppliers used in this style session:
La Fede Designs: Heirloom soft toys
LittleME by Little Interiors: High Contrast Dangles, Birch Play Gym, South African Play Map, Print clip frames, Closet Dividers.
Lotters Pine Harties: Cot, Compactum, Rocking chair
Pure Sweet Joy : Bear shelf decor
Onyx & Fair: Duke the Rhino
Ami & Me: Hedgehog muslin blanket
Oumaz handmade: Chevron crochet blanket, Ellie crochet blanket
Cherry dot Studio: Knot Pillows
Amavi: Moses Basket, Linen Cot Bedding, Linen baby clothing
That Kid Cole: Baby Shoes
Vintage Living: Giraffe light
We would love to hear your thoughts on our latest room reveal.
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