Interior design is one of our favorite spaces to play in (see what we did there?), whether it’s browsing the top trends of the year, finding a new way to mix in that mid-century modern piece or trying out hacks for making your home more luxe on a budget. But we especially love when we see a traditional room turned on its head, like this #winning nursery at the home of 2015 NBA champion and MVP Stephen Curry and his wife, Ayesha. Instead of going with the Warriors blue and yellow, the Curry family opted for grays, whites and golds to make a deceptively simple, beautiful and gender-neutral design that we LOVE.
Are you lovin’ this neutral-colored gender-neutral space as much as we are? See the eight finds below to get the game-winning look.
1. Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib ($379): A gray crib is the ultimate in gender-neutral nursery furniture. Instead of spending a pretty penny on the PB one, pick up this convertible crib from Target. Major bonus? It will last well into those toddler years.
2. Elephant Silhouette Lamp ($180): We love the Jack and Jill Boutique for their classic baby goods with a modern twist. This lamp is both fun and functional, and it also plays into the animal theme in the Curry nursery.
3. Light Gray Chest ($175): This gray chest can function as both a changing table and a storage unit. It’s also a furniture piece that can grow with baby when it’s time for toy storage and a toddler’s dresser.
4. Mini Zebra Rug ($110): Isn’t this just too much fun? And at this price tag, you’ll want to buy several of them. One for the nursery, one for the bathroom, one for your room, etc.
5. Radcliffe Rocker ($999): A solid rocker benefits both you and baby when you need a little place of quiet for just you two. Post it up next to a window and have a moment with your wee one.
6. Washed Organic Linen Nursery Bedding ($24-$219): Soft grays, beiges and whites in gentle textures will help put baby to sleep. We especially love the graphic elephant print here.
7. Merry-Go-Round Mobile ($65): Your baby will love looking up at this chic-yet-understated laser-cut mobile featuring all of his or her favorite animals.
8. Canvas Bin ($70): Spit ups, drool, etc — toss all those soiled onesies into this large, graphic canvas bin.
What do you think of nurseries that aren’t blue or pink? Tell us in the comments!
(h/t Pottery Barn Kids)