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Put It In Neutral


Hi, can you suggest decor ideas for nurseries that would work for both boys and girls, on a small budget?


Bat-Sheva responds:

I love designing a neutral nursery because traditional pink and blue really limit the room, whereas a neutral nursery lasts from child to child. If you pick a few sophisticated decor pieces, they can grow with your child into their teenage years, which is why a lot of the decorative items I chose here have the added advantage of being easily removable, like peel-and-stick decal wallpaper, or interchangeable, like picture ledges.


Safavieh Beaded Pendant

$149, walmart.com


I Love You Wallpaper

$169, anthropologie.com


Beaumont White Book Ledge

$35, crateandbarrel.com


Naturalist Mirror

$199, potterybarnkids.com


LamourFouPrintShop Safari Nursery Prints

$35.70+, etsy.com


Acrylic Diaper Bin Storage

$59, westelm.com


CherryNow Extra Large Woven Storage Baskets Cotton Rope Decorative Hamper

$28.79, amazon.com


Neilson Handmade Braided Jute area rug

$49.90, wayfair.com


Multicolored Chunky Knit Blanket

$49.90, zarahome.com


Wellingborough 59" Task Floor Lamp

$111.99, wayfair.com


Irregular Dots

$29, uwdecals.com



Bat-Sheva Graber is an interior designer based in New York. She specializes in both commercial and residential design. Bat-Sheva is skilled at creating beautiful designs under a variety of budgets, styles, and time frames, and loves to work closely with her clients. See more at Graberinteriordesign.com or graberinteriordesign.

(Originally featured in Family Room, Issue 20)

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