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  • Leslie Edsall

    Grey wall, color accents

  • Kim Alton

    Name: Edrie (5 months) Location: Portland, OR Though we now know Edrie is a girl, we didn't prior to her birth. We knew it was popular, but a grey and yellow color palate worked perfectly for a gender neutral nursery. We were on a tight budget and I love to craft, so many projects in the room were DIY.

  • Ashley Nicole

    I just adore these yellow and grey nurseries. Perfect color combo

  • Danielle Ross

    yellow and grey baby room and dresser as changing table

  • Lisa Batchelor

    yellow and grey nursery, love this color scheme.

  • Stephanie Volmer Risk

    Wall color / yellow an grey nursery

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