Nursery Decor {and we don’t know if it’s a girl or a boy!}

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  • We’re just a few weeks away from Baby #3 and since we didn’t find out the sex this time, and I don’t want a gender neutral nursery, I’m planning and designing for both genders and will be ready to place my orders from the hospital bed!

    This was inspiration for Aniston’s nursery, that I clearly didn’t use. It’s the only inspiration that I still gravitate to. This is very gender neutral, but I envision bunting for a girl and framed maps and a globe for a boy.

    I like how this bunting is used over the window {from Restoration Hardware Baby & Child}

    I’m much more realistic when it comes to bedding the third time around. In lieu of the bedskirt {that only works when the crib is at a certain height}, bumper {which is used intermittently} and quilt {which isn’t used until the age of 1}, I’m opting for an inexpensive, but beautiful cable knit stroller blanket that will be monogrammed. I’ll pair it with Pottery Barn Kid’s chamois fitted crib sheet – my favorite!

    A braided basket will make a great accent and be a convenient place to keep stuffed animals or spare blankets.
    If it’s a boy, I may create a series of maps to frame. I used these frames from Pottery Barn Kids, in Aniston’s room.
    I’ve also been eying this rope mirror for a couple of years. I almost bought it for our guest bedroom, but it exceeded the total that we spent in the room!
    If it’s a girl, I can’t resist this ruffled pillow accent from RH Baby and Child. Although nothing will compare to the pillow my friend Lori made Aniston!
    Fortunately, I have great elements to start with – neutral carpet, cream walls, a white crib {from Adalyn} and a shabby chic white rocking chair. Until his/her arrival…
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