There's going for gender neutral and then there's embracing the obvious. This bunny-happy nursery done by talented mom Chloe Fleury, is packed with pretty pinks, soft grays, and subtle touches of mint in this decidedly girly space for her little lady (scheduled to arrive here soon).
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Chloe is a paper artist and clearly very good judging by the handmade bunnies hanging above the crib. The wall appliques are a cool and totally removable pattern from Mur, and how adorable are those pillows? The cloud -- so cute!
I love that even the changing table looks soft and inviting with a few of baby girl's frocks and other small delights hanging around.
Here's a close-up of those incredible bunnies. Such works of art! Can you even believe they're made of paper?
Other sweet details found throughout the room add to the soft baby girl vibe. Isn't that stuffed rabbit sweet?
I love how Chloe embraced the femininity of her expected arrival and decorated a space accordingly to fit her talents and tastes. See even more details of this baby girl's nursery and learn how Chloe managed to incorporate her studio and work space into the other half of the room.
Are you a fan of embracing the masculine or feminine in your child's space, or do you prefer things a bit more neutral? I'd love to know!
Pens, pencils, markers, etc.