Our second baby we decided to not find out what we were having. We knew healthy baby, and that was all that mattered.
Planning a baby room not knowing the baby’s sex though, can be quite the challenge. I’m recently in love with everything gray and white. So I decided on this for the baby’s room. It’s a great neutral combo that allows you to easily add pops of color. If we had a boy I would add kelly green accents and if we had a girl I would add coral accents.
It was a girl!
I made all of my own art and decor for her room. I want to add a bit more, but right now it’s just too cute.
Inexpensive dresser/changing table or maybe a recycled one? A quick and easy upgrade is to simply switch out the knobs. We found the dresser (and the crib) on Amazon and I found these beautiful knobs at Hobby Lobby. You could also choose something with the accent color of the room or of the theme. No one said you HAD to keep the ones the furniture came with!
I made the canvas above her crib by simply adding letter stickers to the canvas, painting over in my primary color of gray, then peeling the letters off. I plan to paint the “HAPPY” in coral.
To help with the accent color I ordered this cute pillow from Bed Buggs Boutique on Etsy.
Easily upgrade any glass or mason jar to a stunning addition to your room. Follow my DIY direction on Glass to Gorgeous.
I love arrows and love even more when they are incorporated into words. I just had to make one with her name. I used my chalk transfer method (you can get a full step-by-step HERE) to easily transfer my design to a chalky paint painted piece of wood in my desired shade of gray. Then filled it in with a liquid chalk pen.