Baby Oliver's Gender Neutral Nursery By Susanna April Photography

Welcome back friends! If you stopped by yesterday then I'm sure your morning was brightened by precious baby Oliver's newborn session by Susanna April Photography.  As promised, I am extending his delightful photo session another day so we can see his charming gender neutral nursery that his "interior stylist" mommy, Laura designed to perfection! Deciding to wait to find out their baby's gender, Laura worked to create a beautiful space that a baby girl or boy would feel right at home in.  Not wanting to go too matchy-matchy, Laura designed the space to reflect sophistication with timeless pieces that are mostly thrifted, custom made or a momentous heirloom passed down. While designing this space, Laura says she was "on the hunt for individual furniture pieces that spoke for themselves".  I love how she chose to combine chic opulence with vintage and kid-friendly elements, creating a simplistic yet bold and elegant feel. This is definitely a well-designed space that baby Oliver will enjoy for many years to come.  Without further ado, let's step inside his beautifully designed and captured eclectic chic baby oasis!

Photography: Susanna April Photography
Crib: Restoration Hardware
Bedding Skirt - Custom made with 100% glazed linen.
Changing Station: Thrifted (painted)
Chest Of Drawers: Auburn & Green
Chair: Thrifted (Painted & Reupholstered)
Chevron Lamp: Orson & Blake
Rug: Ikea (Ruta)
Vintage Horse Print: Inherited from Laura's Grandgather (framed in golden bamboo)
Ceramic Dog: Thrifted
Plush Elephant: Ikea (sold out)


  1. Very cute nursery! I love the gray with pops of color.

    1. I agree Chrissy! I love meshing the two design styles together

  2. Very pretty! Do you know where she got the crib? I love it.

    1. Stephanie, I do not have that confirmed yet, however, it looks like the "Adele" Crib from Restoration Hardware Baby & Child :)

    2. Thanks, Melissa. That's what I was afraid of! ;)

  3. Beautiful! I rarely like the nursery's I see online, but this one is understated and lovely.

    1. I agree Jennifer! I love nurseries that would be just as cute as a grownup's bedroom :)


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