There is something to be said about not wanting to know the sex of your child before it is born. Historically, this has been the norm, yet in the age of technology most folks check the element of surprise at the doctor's office door in the name of shopping efficiency and peace of mind.
But a recent project featured on Project Nursery shows how one mother decided to use her organizing skills to plan a gender neutral nursery that could be altered once her baby came home from the hospital. Making use of gender neutral colors, incredible design, and an IKEA hack that employs PANYL products (!!!), a modern nursery with a vintage touch -- fit for either sex -- was born.
The project blog post provides great detail about the products used. We're honored to have made the list!