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Olivia's Nursery

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This is Olivia's nursery and her theme was grey, white and pink. I loved grey and white but wanted to incorporate pink. I also wanted something that she could grow with and that was totally unique. I started with the stripes on the wall and went from there.

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Loving the gray striped walls

Animal prints, sheepskin rug, great neutral space...love the corner sofa

I have her name in different colors/prints on her wall. When she gets older I should do this so she can learn her ABCs.

I love the idea of not knowing the sex of the baby until they are born, so in case Matt and I go that route when we have one I found this lovely gender-neutral baby room. :)

Grey and white neutral nursery. A hint of a pastel shade would make it even more beautiful.

I like the idea of painting a small section of stripes and framing it in with trim instead of doing a whole big wall. Still makes a big impact, but not as WHOA NELLY. Bennetts nursery by Rebecca for Project Nursery-Doesn't have to be just for the nursery.

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Such a great maternity pic! You spend this time setting up a room so you should at least get a picture in it!

Solid gray walls. White trim. Dark or white furniture? Accents in different patterns- vertical stripes, horizontal stripes, chevron, polka dots, etc. Pops of aqua, pink, & yellow.

Although this is for a baby boy- this was my inspiration for our gender neutral room