HGTV’s Love It or List It Too host and Bachelorette-turned-reality-show-mama, Jillian Harris, created the most beautiful all-white, minimalist space for her baby boy Leo. Layered with cozy textures like faux fur, chunky blankets and delicate mood lighting, Leo’s woodland nursery decor is totally dreamy *and* can work for a boy or girl. Check out the full tour on Jillian Harris‘ website, and then scroll down to see how to get the same gorg look in your space.


Since Jillian didn’t know her baby’s gender until he was born, she wanted a modern, gender-neutral design, but also wanted the room to feel soft and baby-like with a warm, neutral color palette. She built the nursery around a simple palette of black, white, cream and gray. While the colors are neutral, the space packs some serious visual drama, with chic light fixtures and fluffy feather wall art.


You don’t have to be an HGTV star to get a similar look. Think: woodland textures in a modern setting. Deck out a white, vintage-inspired crib with trendy chunky knit blankets. Set up a cozy feeding and cuddling nook with a rocking chair, a white pouf and a gold rabbit lamp. And forget the rocking horse — that arctic polar bear rocker is everything.

Macy’s Celebrate Shop Love Marquee ($45), Serena & Lily Capiz Scalloped Chandelier ($298), Juju Boutik White Juju Hat ($200+), Lila + Lola Rabbit Print ($7), Lulu & Georgia Kenza Moroccan Pouf ($205), Lil Fox Shoppe Chunky Knit Heart Blanket ($97), Pottery Barn Kids Elsie Spindle Convertible Crib ($499), Land of Nod Arctic Rocker ($129), H&M Small Seagrass Storage Basket ($13), West Elm Natural Tree Stump Side Table ($249), PBteen The Emily and Merritt Brass Bunny Table Lamp ($129), Wayfair Custom Upholstery Kiley Rocking Chair ($599)

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(h/t Jillian Harris, featured photo via Vivien Killilea/Getty, Jillian Harris)