Gray, Gold, & White Gender Neutral Nursery

Gray, Gold, & White Gender Neutral Nursery

gray, gold and white gender neutral nursery

As you may have noticed, I took a little month long vacation from the blog to rejuvenate.  My family and I went on our first family vacation in six years, I delved into design work that I am really happy with (can’t wait to share!), and I cherished the summer time with my kids.  But I am happy to be back, as I do really love writing and sharing, and I am so thrilled to finally be able to reveal one of my latest design projects – this precious nursery.  You may remember how this all started when I revealed the design board and plan in this post, and I have to say, it turned out even better than I imagined.  This couple has been so wonderful to work with, and I think they got the “traditional yet modern, calm nursery” they wanted.  Since they decided not to find out the sex of the baby, we crafted a space that could work for both genders.  I will have all of the DIY’s and overall thought process behind what you see in the room on the blog next week, but for today head on over to the Pottery Barn Building Blocks blog to see more of the space in depth.  Hope you enjoy it!

For even more details on this space, see the following posts:

DIY Gold Striped Ceiling (it’s contact paper!)

DIY Acrylic Curtain Rods & Hardware

Gray & Gold Nursery Details

And because I know I’m going to get a ton of “where did you get that?” emails, here is a list of the sources from the room. (I will be talking about sources next week, but this list can help you be “in the know” until then.)  If I am forgetting one you are curious about, let me know in the comments!

Art Sources & Special Thanks To:

Animal Origami Mobile – Trang Phan

Gold World Map – BySamantha

LOVE Gold Foil Print – All Things Pretty

Giraffe Gold Foil Print – The Digital Studio

Elephant Gold Foil Print – The Digital Studio

Arrows Gold Foil Print – Collectivity Lane

“Hello Sunshine” Gold Foil Print – Pheasant Press

Wishbone Gold Foil Print – Gilded Mint

“You Are My Happy Thought” Gold Foil Print – Bliss Notions

“Be Brave” Gold Foil Print – Charm And Gumption

“Life Is A Beautiful Ride” Bicycle Gold Foil Print – The Digital Studio

Polka Dot Heart Gold Foil Print – All Things Pretty

“Oh Happy Day” Gold Foil Print – Southern Weddings Shop

Texas Gold Foil Print – Glam Prints Shop

Kissing Couple Gold Foil Print – LePapier Studio

“You Are My Greatest Adventure” Gold Print  – Raincity Prints

Staghorn Ferns & Containers: Archie’s Gardenland

Glider: Rio Rockerz

Written by Grace

  • Caroline
    Posted at 11:59h, 19 September Reply

    Beautiful grace!!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 22:27h, 21 September Reply

      Thank you so much, Caroline! xo

  • Amy
    Posted at 12:13h, 19 September Reply

    What is the gold on the ceiling please? It’s amazing!

    • Grace
      Posted at 22:27h, 21 September Reply

      Hi Amy, it is contact paper! Can you believe it?! I am posting the tutorial Monday morning so be sure and check it out! Thanks for reading. 🙂

  • Julie Blanner
    Posted at 19:14h, 19 September Reply

    So stunning! Pinned!

    • Grace
      Posted at 22:26h, 21 September Reply

      Thanks Julie! So happy we connected last week! xo

  • Elizabeth B
    Posted at 22:24h, 19 September Reply

    The glam nursery is beautiful. Great job! I especially love the brass lamp. Where did you find it?

    • Grace
      Posted at 22:26h, 21 September Reply

      Elizabeth, thank you! It is from Anthropologie, isn’t it fab? I want one, too!

  • Jana bek
    Posted at 10:29h, 20 September Reply

    I’ve said it to death but this nursery is beyond! Cannot stop staring at all of the gorgeous details! Simply stunning, grace!

    • Grace
      Posted at 22:25h, 21 September Reply

      Jana, you are so kind! I very much appreciate your support and encouragement. Perhaps a gold brush stroke lamp is to come? 😉

  • Tracy Laverty
    Posted at 21:41h, 21 September Reply

    Wow!! What a sophisticated, beautiful nursery. Amazing job! How cool that it’s on Pottery Barn’s blog too. You are amazing.

    • Grace
      Posted at 22:24h, 21 September Reply

      Tracy, thank you so much! PBK has always been great to work with, and I appreciate how they like to see their products displayed in new ways. xo

  • cassie {hi sugarplum}
    Posted at 09:21h, 23 September Reply

    Tell me about the pom-pom trimmed shades!!!

  • Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door
    Posted at 09:41h, 23 September Reply

    Wow Grace! You knocked it out of the park.

  • Hilary Walle-Jensen, Raincity Prints
    Posted at 22:11h, 23 September Reply

    Hello Grace! Thanks for listing my “You Are My Greatest Adventure” Print in your sources. Unfortunately, the link to my shop is not working. The url is


    • Grace
      Posted at 05:30h, 25 September Reply

      Oh Hilary, I am so sorry! I have no idea what happened, it worked in my draft! Fixing right now, thank you for letting me know. See tomorrow’s (Friday) post for the art feature, love your print. 🙂 xo, G

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 06:57h, 07 October Reply

    I love this nursery! Where did you purchase the wall light next to the changing table? I love that style….:)

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:27h, 03 November Reply

      Hi Anon, it is from Restoration Hardware Baby & Child. Thanks for reading! G

  • Mimi
    Posted at 21:46h, 04 November Reply

    Hi Grace

    Beautiful room! I’m curious about the light bulbs for what I think is the Jonathan Adler fixture. I have the same in nickel and love the look of yours.


    • Grace
      Posted at 10:02h, 07 November Reply

      Hi Mimi, HA! Well, this is actually a vintage fixture, but yes, it does look a lot like the JA piece. The funny thing is, I forgot to put light bulbs in the fixture before we took the pictures, so yes, it is light bulb-less. GREAT eye! 😉 G

  • Melissa J
    Posted at 22:53h, 01 August Reply

    Hi there! I just love the gorgeous rooms you create! Congratulations on the well-deserved spread in BHG – I love that you used incorporate that magazine into your Barbie playtime! I would love to know how to make the DIY acrylic curtain rods above, but the link isn’t working. Could you please share? thanks!

    • Whitney
      Posted at 23:33h, 18 April Reply

      Gorgeous! Is there an updated link to the DIY acrylic curtain rods because the one listed is not working? Thanks!

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