In case you missed the news, we are expecting baby #3 this January! In my past two pregnancies, this was the week when we’ve found out the gender.
We’ve opted to keep this baby’s gender a surprise (although I reserve the right to change my mind), so I’m getting a little antsy, being only (almost) halfway through the pregnancy. This “gender surprise” business is hard!
Today I will be sharing some neutral nursery ideas that I find inspiring. While the baby likely won’t have it’s own room for now, we will be transforming a wall and corner of our current master bedroom into a “nursery” until we finish our future master bedroom above the garage.
You will notice by my roundup that by neutral I mean white, cream, gray, and wood. Although they are traditional “gender neutral” colors, I am not big on green (after all, with two boys already I’ve already had my fair share of green), and I’m really not a fan of bright yellow. I always consider blue pretty neutral, and even after two boys, I haven’t had enough. Blue is my favorite color!
1. Jenny Steffens Hobick’s Soft & Neutral Nursery
I always admire the elegance of everything that Jenny Steffens Hobick puts together, and this nursery is certainly no exception. She created a room that would be perfectly soothing to a baby and new parents. You can learn more about this nursery here!
2. Collected Neutral Nursery from Sadie Olive
The Sadie Olive shop is full of beautiful treasures, so it’s no surprise that they would curate such a beautiful collection of new and old for this nursery.
3. Classic and Simple Nursery from Gracie Blue Photography
There’s so much to love about this nursery photographed by Gracie Blue Photography. This rustic wood buffet repurposed as a changing table is an idea that can grow with baby!
Did you find out (or are you planning to find out) your baby’s gender? Or are you keeping it a surprise too? I’d love to hear from other mamas (and dads!) in the comments!
For more neutral nursery inspiration check out my board on Pinterest!