Little Crown Interiors' Latest Work of Art - A Gender Neutral Vintage Nursery

[caption id="attachment_3518" align="alignnone" width="449" caption="A Gender Neutral Vintage Nursery by Little Crown Interiors"]A Gender Neutral Vintage Nursery in green, blue, taupe and beige[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3519" align="alignnone" width="485" caption="The Gender Neutral Nursery Doubling as a Guest Room"]Gender Neutral Shabby Chic Baby Nursery[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3520" align="alignnone" width="485" caption="Gender Neutral Green Nursery - Changing Area"]Gender Neutral Green Nursery - Changing Area[/caption] Little Crown Interiors has done it again!  Check out this gorgeous gender neutral, vintage nursery in soft blue, taupe, and green the talented interior designers created for a client’s baby #2. As Little Crown worked with on the nursery design with their client, two themes took shape - a very beautiful shabby chic nursery, and individual pieces that together, lent themselves to a vintage nursery theme.  Little Crown decided on chic Newport Cottages furniture and then went on to choose colors. They loved the idea of green, but couldn’t find the right fabrics and bedding for their vision. So, they created custom crib bedding with coordinating pillows, changing pad covers, and window treatments. Since the client also wanted the nursery to double as a guest room, Little Crown added a sleeper sofa, and a side table that could act as a night stand. From the custom crib bedding to the perfect shade of green nursery paint, the beautiful lighting fixture and the blackout window treatments, Little Crown made sure that it all worked together to create a gender neutral nursery any baby would love. See other designer nurseries by Little Crown Interiors including: A decadently rich safari themed baby room with giraffes and zebras A whimsical Asian inspired baby nursery in pink, aqua, & lime green Nautical, Shabby Chic, & nature themed nurseries using greens, blues & pinks

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