Neutral Nursery Reveal

It’s nursery reveal day!! We have poured our hearts into every little detail of this space and we are so excited to share it all with you today! Spoiler alert : this is one of our longest blogposts full of detail photos (our favorite), but all sources can be found at the bottom of the post.

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Like with any room, rugs can be the foundation piece in any design. We first started by sourcing this beautiful, vintage-inspired, one of a kind rug by Revival Rugs, and designed the nursery around it- from the colors sourced, furniture, natural and textural elements, and hand-made pieces like the mobile, artwork, and play mat. If you missed the Neutral Nursery Design Plan blog post, you can read that here.

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We kept everything neutral, but with soft and feminine touches by using warmer tones and muted variations of pinks.

We chose this vintage artwork ‘Dancing Sheep’ to be the focal point over her crib- the texture in this piece is so beautiful, it looks just like a real painting! We had it printed on Fine Art Paper and we framed it in a vintage frame.

The DIY wool mobile was something I knew I wanted to make, we have a blogpost coming featuring the tutorial soon, but if you want to watch our Instagram highlight- you can click here.

You can see here how beautiful the tones and colors are in this rug. We love that this handmade rug is one of a kind and vintage-inspired, but is new! It has a great pile to it and is so incredibly soft.

Revival Rugs has many rugs to choose from with similar colorways and patterns, you can view them here. We also have a code for all of our readers to receive 10% off your order- LAINEANDLAYNE10

If you remember, this room use to be our now four year old’s neutral toddler room, you can see what the room use to look like here, but when we found out we were expecting a little girl, we decided to move our two boys into the same room and create this space for her. It is the smallest room in our home, but works perfectly for a nursery.

In this corner, we kept things simple with a neutral canopy, linen bunting, starry lights, a few textural pillows that coordinate with the rug, and a handmade play mat by Thimble & Cloth.

We incorporated some of our favorite nursery books, as well as some vintage books like my Mother’s The Real Mother Goose book. We envision our little babe laying on the play mat staring up at the lights while we read to her…

We really thought about every detail we brought into here, wanting everything to have purpose, function, and meaning…

Her middle names (first name we haven’t announced yet… well, we did, and then we changed it!!) yes she has two middle names, are Hayes Dean. Dean is my Granny’s middle name and I wanted to incorporate a photo of her in this space which you can see hanging here.

We incorporated this peg rail for added storage to hold blankets, throws and even her diaper bag and hung this special handmade pressed flower artwork above it.

I wanted to show you how we are using this IKEA cabinet for storage- we purchased cloth bins to hold her linens, clothes, extra diapers and necessities…

Since she will be sleeping in our bedroom for most of her first year, her changing pad, mini crib, and rocker are all in our bedroom… (that full tour is coming soon) but for now we dressed up her cabinet with some fresh eucalyptus, more vintage art, and balanced the vintage pieces with a modern mirror and lamp.

Here you can see the natural woven seagrass pendant we chose to bring in some warmth to the space.

Choosing fibers for her bedding, like the organic linen crib sheet, organic gauze pillowcase and blanket only add to the overall natural aesthetic and environment we hoped to create in this space.

While some items may be more of investment pieces, we saved on others by purchasing this natural wood crib that was less than $100! Since our ceilings are only 8 ft, we customized the crib by cutting off the legs to make it shorter and fit better in the room.

This heirloom baby blanket was one of our first baby purchases this pregnancy. Our second son has one of these blankets and pillowcases and still sleeps with both! Can’t recommend these products enough!

I know this post was a bit long, but we wanted to make sure we were covering all of the special details we chose for this space! We are so excited to welcome our little girl in December and to watch her grow in this little room! So, what do you think? Do you have any favorite details? We would love to know!


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  • Ashley

    How do I pick my favorite part?! I love every detail of this nursery. If I had to choose my absolute favorite area it would be the cozy reading nook with the canopy and the pillows! It has inspired me to create this in my baby’s nursery! ReplyCancel

    • Love that! You will have to share and tag us on Instagram when you create your little space! We love the little canopy area too!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Dewey

    Your little love’s nursery is the most beautiful nursery I’ve personally ever seen. The colors and mixing vintage with the new makes it feel so soft and beautiful. Perfection. Although it’s very difficult to say which detail I swoon over the most (I’m madly in love with that rug!) but the little detail of the hanging photo of your grams absolutely touches my heart. My grandma was my best friend so this special little detail is one I will remember. Stunning work! ReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    I love the ikea dresser buty favorite thing is how you hung up your family picture on the hook it’s the little details of tying in your foot names that so beautiful ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Chelsey Bates

    I love how you included a picture of your granny since part of her name is after her!! Such a special piece for her to grow up knowing ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Meggan Stefan

    Love it all! We are having a baby boy in March and I love that sheep print! ReplyCancel

  • Nichole martin

    I absolutely love the older objects-the books, and photos, and of course her middle names! ReplyCancel

  • Ashley

    I love the whole nursery, but I think my favourite detail is the rug 💕ReplyCancel

  • Kendall

    I love it all-but really love the mobile and bunny you madeReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    Love it all! Especially loving the nuetral palette, that vertical wall treatment, and that sweet little ikea cabinet! ReplyCancel

  • Brandi Brooks

    The sweetest little corner tent/floor space! Such a special way for a child to explore books & toys in their own little space. It all looks so beautiful! ReplyCancel

  • Annemarie

    Love the dresser and the whole color scheme! The perfect neutral nursery! 🤍 ReplyCancel

  • Martha

    Your decorating is so calm and inviting. I love your adorable handmade bunny for your baby girl!ReplyCancel

  • Brenda

    Absolutely love everything about this nursery especially the canopy! 💛ReplyCancel

  • patty

    love the neutral tone on tone white creamy palette ReplyCancel

  • Kala

    The handmade mobile is too cute! 🌙 🌟 ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Reyes Iniguez

    I love this nursery! I like the neutral colors and the simple, yet elegant and cozy look of the room. I especially love the corner canopy and the dresser. ReplyCancel

  • Laura Jordan

    I just adore the DIY wool mobile & the selection of books with little soft toys next them. I’m a teacher & a huge fans of children’s books so I really paid attention to your choice of books! They’re beautiful. XReplyCancel

  • Nicole Gibson

    Dream nursery – beautiful and natural, love! ReplyCancel

  • Lindsey

    Stunning. Perfect for your little one 😍 I love the addition of the peg rail and it will come in handy but looks pretty! ReplyCancel

  • Taylor R

    Can I say all of it is my favorite? Does that count? It’s all so hygge. ReplyCancel

  • Shannon McCarthy

    I just love the simplicity and coziness of this nursery. Will definitely be using it as inspo for ours! I love the ikea cabinet and it doesn’t really feel ikea like. Hard to choose my favourite because it’s all so beautiful 😍 ReplyCancel

    • Love hearing that! Thank you!! And you’re right, I said the same thing to Justin about the IKEA cabinet!ReplyCancel

  • Audrey

    So sweet!😍ReplyCancel

  • Em

    Such an inspiring space! Could you share the style name of the little book shelf?ReplyCancel

    • Thank you so much! We have had it for a few years from IKEA, it was in the kid’s section, I am not sure of the exact name of it!ReplyCancel

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