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A Mid-Century Modern Gender-Neutral Nursery

This would be a sweet nursery for a lucky little boy or girl. Want to see where everything came from? Take a look below.


  • Miss Organized Dresser 1 of 8
    Miss Organized Dresser
    Vintage dressers can be found pretty readily, and I love this painted example from Autumn Rollick's Etsy shop.
  • Cerise Pendant Light 2 of 8
    Cerise Pendant Light
    A perfect clean-lined lighting fixture from Rejuvenation.
  • Everyday I Want to See You Wall Art 3 of 8
    Everyday I Want to See You Wall Art
    The Land of Nod is offering this vintage Shinzi Katoh design pre-framed, so it's ready to be hung on your wall.
  • Love-in-a-Mist Paint 4 of 8
    Love-in-a-Mist Paint
    A clear, bright blue that doesn't read as too boyish, so it's perfect for girls too. From Martha Stewart.
  • Wall Bookshelf 5 of 8
    Wall Bookshelf
    Turn piles of picture books into something interesting to look at with this bookshelf from CB2.
  • Mid-Century Rocker Chair 6 of 8
    Mid-Century Rocker Chair
    This low to the ground chair looks like a vintage find. Available at Urban Outfitters.
  • On the Dot Crib Bedding 7 of 8
    On the Dot Crib Bedding
    The playful print is so cute, and the colors are gender-neutral without resorting to pastel green and yellow. Available at The Land of Nod.
  • Century Crib 8 of 8
    Century Crib
    One of the prettiest cribs out there today. Mid-century style meets new (and up to date with safety regulations) at DwellStudio.

Can’t choose a crib for the nursery? Check out Babble’s Best Cribs for 2011!

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