A New York Mom Decorates Her Stylish, Gender Neutral Nursery with weeDECOR Owl Wall Decals
[caption id="attachment_3863" align="alignnone" width="491" caption="weeDECOR Owl Wall Decals in a Gender Neutral Nursery"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_3864" align="alignnone" width="474" caption="weeDECOR Modern Owl Wall Decals in a Modern Nursery"][/caption] We were delighted to receive these gorgeous photos of a gender neutral baby nursery featuring weeDECOR's owl wall decals. Special thanks to this New York mom for sending! Don't you love the shade of Benjamin Moore green wall paint she chose? It is the first thing that struck us when we saw her nursery. What a fabulous job she did taking neutral brown and white and adding that punch of green to bring her baby's room to life. When asked to share her nursery decorating secrets, mom told weeDECOR, "I didn't know the gender of my baby, so wanted to choose a unisex paint color, as well as crib bedding." Mom chose "Modern Berries" crib bedding by Oilo in dark chocolate brown and white with a modern, whimsical design. She chose AP Industries' Element Crib in cottage white which shows off the baby bedding beautifully. Mom also tells weeDECOR, "I added the owl wall decals as a way to tie in both girl and boy colors." Mom chose our large modern owl in blue and pink and our small boy owl wall decal in yellow and green. She purchased vinyl wall decal branches so the owls have a nice perch on either side of baby's crib. For the rest of the room, we appreciate how mom chose a mix of dark and light furniture to balance out the nursery. Note her ottoman and glider in chocolate brown sits nicely next to a white wicker dresser. Finally, the touches of pale pink accents such as the crib blanket and stuffed elephant serve to soften the stark white and brown and also let us know that mom has a lucky baby girl. See our other customer photos for more ideas on how to decorate your baby nursery with weeDECOR wall decals. And, see more modern baby bedding styles by Olio.
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