Twin Nursery Ideas

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Expecting twins of opposite genders? See how four mom bloggers designed lovely (and gender-neutral) nurseries to work for their own two little ones.
Courtesy of Kelly Zajfen
Courtesy of Kelly Zajfen

Oh Hello Mommyhood: His and Hers

Kelly Zajfen, of Oh Hello Mommyhood, specifically chose this gender-neutral nursery décor so it would transition with her twins (George and Lily) as they grew older. Each bassinet has special touches to make it distinctly male and female. Don't forget to remove everything out of the cribs before you put your babies in them.

Courtesy of Kelly Zajfen
Courtesy of Kelly Zajfen

Oh Hello Mommyhood: Color Block

A simple white bookcase in Zajfen's nursery is a great place for the brilliant spines of baby books. She used blocks to spell out a personalized sign at the top.

Courtesy of Kelly Zajfen
Courtesy of Kelly Zajfen

Oh Hello Mommyhood: Calm Oasis

This corner is filled with natural light, and the flowers add a colorful touch. The storage space next to the rocking chair allows her to stash personal things, since she'll be spending a lot of time in the room!

Learn how to create a modern nursery for your little one with these creative design tips.

Courtesy of Gus & Lula
Courtesy of Gus & Lula

Gus and Lula: Bright Ideas

Britt, of Gus and Lula, named her blog after her adopted twins (a boy and a girl) from Ethiopia. She decided on a yellow-and-green color scheme when designing her nursery. Even the chandelier is green, transformed by some craft paint.

Courtesy of Gus & Lula
Courtesy of Gus & Lula

Gus and Lula: "Peared" With Love

Wall art above the dresser is the result of one of Britt's DIY projects. She used Photoshop and a projector to complete the charming print in about eight hours.

Courtesy of Gus & Lula
Courtesy of Gus & Lula

Gus and Lula: Wonder Wall

Britt added a photo of the twins that was taken in Ethiopia to this wall vignette. You can find more of her fun art prints on her Etsy shop.

Courtesy of Magda Eddleman
Courtesy of Magda Eddleman

Life Through My Camera Lens: It's Always Sunny

Magda Eddleman, of Life Through My Camera Lens, didn't want to stick to a single theme for her twins' (Lucy's and Reid's) nursery, so she created a cheerful room that works well for both genders. Yellow curtains and striped fabric-covered letter initials keep the room happy.

Courtesy of Magda Eddleman
Courtesy of Magda Eddleman

Life Through My Camera Lens: Two of a Kind

Eddleman bought this adorable set of boys' and girls' wall art prints from Little Pergola Art on Etsy.

Courtesy of Magda Eddleman
Courtesy of Magda Eddleman

Life Through My Camera Lens: Circle Circle Dot Dot

The happy colors of the circle dot-patterned lampshade match the polka-dot dresser knobs on top of the sunshine-yellow dresser.

Courtesy of Sarah Orsborn
Courtesy of Sarah Orsborn

The Adventures of Ernie Bufflo: Juicy Shades

Sarah Orsborn, of The Adventures of Ernie Bufflo, had twin girls (Etta and Claire) and she filled their nursery with pops of color. The rainbow-colored rug and multicolored mobiles set a vibrant tone for the room.

Courtesy of Sarah Orsborn
Courtesy of Sarah Orsborn

The Adventures of Ernie Bufflo: Extra, Extra

The purple dresser-slash-changing-table has plenty of storage space for essential baby items.

Courtesy of Sarah Orsborn
Courtesy of Sarah Orsborn

The Adventures of Ernie Bufflo: Reflections

A funky constellation-shaped mirror and similarly shaped artwork holder surround the wall above the couch -- to make it pop!

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Double the Fun

Liven up your twins' nursery wall with this Etsy print, which comes in 36 different hues.

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