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Nursery Room Tour: 10 Photos Inside A Cozy Twin Gender Neutral Nursery

Henry and Marie are two lucky babes. That’s all I can say. 

I was thrilled when Susan, the lovely designer {yes, in real life!} of this beautiful nursery and mom to twins shared the nursery. Susan, founded Nesting, the premier destination for baby and children’s interior design. And well, her design skills shine when it came to putting together her very own nursery. You may have spotted it floating around Pinterest. The details, the color palette, the cribs; it’s all just perfection. Susan has a mainly traditional style with modern elements which she mixed in the nursery here and there. She wanted to buy handmade pieces and support local and independent artist when it came to the nursery whenever possible. Can I just say that I am dying over the vintage changing dresser? oh. em. gee. 

After she received the shock of her lifetime, the news that she would be welcoming twins, the nursery she has been dreaming up for years had to change some. However, the neutral decor was always part of the plan. Her design advice?

“Monochromatic schemes can be so elegant and interesting, as long as you have depth of color. Don’t be afraid to use non “baby” paint colors-when mixed with the right elements the room will still have a delicate feel. Also, remember that your style does not have to end at the nursery…the room can be an extension of your home decor! Until they are older and have their own opinion about it, the decor is for your enjoyment!”

After the jump, take a peek inside this oh-so-pretty space photographed by Courtney Apple.


  • Be Creative 1 of 10
    Be Creative
    One of my favorite things done in this nursery is how the radiator becomes a beautiful shelf. I love how it is covered and becomes the perfect place for pretties.
  • New Yet Old 2 of 10
    New Yet Old
    Let's talk about the cribs. Even though they are brand new, they have the adorned vintage feel we all love. This nursery is a great example of how less really is more!
  • Oh-So-Pretty Storage 3 of 10
    Oh-So-Pretty Storage
    Even the closet is pretty.
  • Reading Nook 4 of 10
    Reading Nook
    Every nursery needs a place for books! I love the simple white book ledges that become decoration in the room.
  • All About Neutrals 5 of 10
    All About Neutrals
    The soft color palette just works so well. Forget being bland, Susan shows us just how to make pretty whites and a soft gray work.
  • The Details 6 of 10
    The Details
    The custom embroidered artwork over the cribs is a great alternative to prints or framed art.
    Embroidered hoops from Chez Sucre Chez
  • Bird Mobile 7 of 10
    Bird Mobile
    I don't think I've ever since a mobile quite like this one. The one of the kind items in this space really make it special.
    Mobile designed by Tamar Mogendorff
  • Vintage Books 8 of 10
    Vintage Books
    Always a nice touch! A tip: color coordinate them to match the room! Look for them at thrift stores and even on Etsy.
  • Focal Point 9 of 10
    Focal Point
    This vintage changing dresser is such a charming focal point. It's styled with a hobnail lamp I am just smitten over. Don't have room for a changing table? Create one with a dresser.
    Hobnail Lamp from Maura Daniel
  • Pinworthy Idea 10 of 10
    Pinworthy Idea
    How cute is the framed sweater Susan gives us some easy to recreate ideas for our own nurseries! I pinned this one. It's just so adorable.

Visit Nesting as well as Susan’s personal blog, Fleurishing. You can follow Susan on Twitter and find her on Facebook too!

Read more from Casi & the cupcake team on cupcakeMAG + cupcakeMAG Littles.

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See all of Casi’s Being Pregnant post here, check her out on Spearmint Baby and find her on The Party Dress. Want more? Get to know 25 things about Casi.

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Images: Courtney Apple

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