Sean and Catherine Lowe are one of those crazy Bachelor success stories that make you want to believe in reality TV all over again, especially when they start having adorable babies and decorating swoon-worthy nurseries. Sean and Catherine ditched traditional blues and primary colors for their gender-neutral nursery and gave baby Samuel a chic, neutral-toned space instead. Contrasting white and gray furniture with colorful throw pillows, quirky art and plenty of practical storage, this nursery is cool, contemporary and stocked with affordable ways to steal the look. Check out the full nursery tour on Architectural Digest and then scroll down to see how to get the same look in your nursery.
Since the Lowes didn’t know baby’s gender until he was born, they decided to paint the room a soft gray shade and accent with khaki and cream throughout. They brought in pops of teal and orange, and added cute animal accents like a zebra rocker, a panda mobile and watercolor animal art prints above the crib.
Copy the Lowes’ nursery style with modern furniture options like a white crib, a gray rocker chair and light wood storage shelves. Accessorize with colorful throw pillows, cozy textures and plenty of animal accessories. A hanging shelf is the perfect place to show off family photos, and a quirky storage chest makes clean-up time a breeze.
Ferm Living Round Dorm Hanging Shelf ($174), AHA Panda Mobile ($34), Creative Co Op Alert1 Round MDF Sunburst Mirror ($228), The Land of Nod Feed the Animal Bank ($29), XL Deer Two by XL Wall Art Prints ($23+), Happy Trails Zebra Plush Rocking Animal ($69), Kosas Home Storage Bench ($799), Bungalow Rose Mouassine Scalloped Leather Pouf Ottoman ($204), Delta Children Epic Swivel Glider ($400), The Land of Nod Abstract Throw Pillow ($24), SmartStuff Furniture myRoom 4-in-1 Convertible Crib ($1125), Serena & Lily Sheepskin Throw ($198)
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