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September 2, 2015

Gender Neutral – Reveal

Hi, It’s Irene again from designstiles. Today I just want to share the completed nursery I discussed in this post.

Dad and I were able to surprise mom per her request and now baby girl Tinsley can enjoy it too.

And again my instincts were wrong about the sex. One would think with 50-50 chance I would be right more than once.

But baby girl is good and her room was complete before mom delivered so I’ll take that as a win.

IMG_0001  Tinsley





Dad loves sloths and animals in general so you probably noticed the underlying animal theme. Along with color.

Happy Wednesday,


photos: Bethany Nauert

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June 16, 2015

Le Lait SS ’15


Not yet familiar with Le Lait Baby? Made of only the softest organic cotton, their Spring/Summer 2015 collection does not disappoint. The collection is called MILK, and the designs are a really cool/modern yet sweet take on MILK. All pieces in the collection are gender neutral and I love the fact that you can mix n’ match tops and bottoms. As far as the one piece rompers go, I would pick the Milk Words Sleep and Play as my personal favorite.

A bit more about the brand…
Le Lait was started by two friends that first met in the sixth grade. After having children of their own they found that there was a lack of stylish, gender neutral clothing in the marketplace. Le Lait was soon born to help both little boys and little girls look great and stay comfortable in only the softest organic cotton.

Categories: Accessories, Apparel
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June 3, 2015

Gender Neutral

I’m working on a client’s nursery and she’s patient enough to wait until she goes into delivery to find out the sex. Suspense.

And she must really love surprises because she handed the project over to her husband and I to execute. She wanted something soft and soothing and he wanted more color. She works crazy long hours (attorney) and she’s too exhausted to make decisions. It’s rare the wife lets the husband make decision, let alone surprise them. But I think it’s sweet and obviously I’m there to help so that probably puts her at ease. ha.

Here was the first round of the concept, before husband got on board. We’re switching things up a bit but the core furniture piece remain the same.


modern mixed with texture, pattern and playful touches.

mobile :: art :: bookcase :: removable wallpaper :: crib ::

rug :: ottoman :: rocker :: crib sheets

Happy Wednesday!

Irene Lovett

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May 28, 2014

Nursery Mood Board


I’ve always loved primary colors in the nursery. They are perfect to incorporate into gender neutral nurseries or boy/girl shared rooms. (I used a lot of red, blue and yellow in Harper in Rex’s shared bedroom as well!) Brown, light wood, or my favorite color white furniture all looks nice with primary colors. I do love this new Lolly crib by Babyletto!

1. babyletto Lolly 3-in-1 Convertible Crib
2. Dream Big Print
3. IKEA PS 2014
4. Reindeer Head by Anne-Claire Petit
5. Polka Dot Club Bear Rattle Balls
6. Sway Shelf Set Of 2 Natural
8. Nantucket Lidded Baskets – Navy (Set Of 3)

Categories: Mood Board
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February 12, 2014

Baby Love

Irene here from designstiles. In celebration of the upcoming Valentine’s Day, today I thought I’d share a round-up of the top baby items I absolutely love.

babylove1. This Fisher Price Cradle ‘N Swing is the best. I can put baby in it while I pump and do work. And it allows me to sneak off and shower while he takes a quick morning nap. He just starting noticing himself in the mirror and loves gazing at the mobile. Totally keeps him entertained and looks completely comfortable. I’m actually jealous I don’t fit it in. Get one. My sister gave me hers and it’s seriously the best item we’ve received.

2. Bandana bibs – my friend made me a couple of these and I just think they’re the coolest. I didn’t realize just how much babies drool so these quickly became part of my baby’s ensemble. I’m not really into the bibs with all kinds of sayings on them so was super happy to see an alternative. The ones I have are not yet on my friend’s Etsy store but maybe this post will persuade her to update. Ha!

3. Peanut changing pad – This was the one item I wanted most off my registry. I don’t need to worry about washing changing pad covers and any accidents can be easily wiped. The no-fuss changing pad. It’s great and really dig the funky shape.

4. Ergobaby Carrier – another item handed down to us by my sister. This thing gives your arms a break. You can’t always carry your baby and we’ve got things to do so put them in this and feel the bond. You’ll need to use the insert for the first few months. We still do.

5. Gap cuffed pants – I first bought a pair of these on sale and soon went back for seconds. Then thirds and fourths. I like the variety of colors and simple patterns. They look really comfortable and there’s something about the cuffed leg I’m just really into. There’s a cute selection for girls too. Some are even gender neutral.

That’s it. The things I’m totally loving currently. I should do another round-up once my baby gets a little older and we both discover new items.

Happy Wednesday!
Irene Lovett

decor . styling . consulting

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October 8, 2013

Nursery Mood Board


A little gender neutral nursery inspiration for your this morning. I am obsessed with the Babyletto Mini Cribs lately. They have a nice modern look + are perfect for small spaces & great for shared bedrooms! Anyone else thinking of using a mini crib?

1. Babyletto Grayson Mini Crib
2. Scout’s Honor Co Mountains Print
3. Tucker Chair Surf
4. Vintage Petite Highboy In Mustard
6. Swiss Cross Metal Shelf
7. Eucalyptus Storage Boxes
8. Eco Apple Baby Blanket
9. Ferm Living Dorm on a Wall

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August 2, 2013

Gender Neutral Baby Shower Inspiration


Freelance photographer/DIY enthusiast Jin (from hosted this fab luncheon with a whimsical/Alice in Wonderland theme. Wouldn’t it be fun to use these ideas for your baby shower?

The fabric bunting is not only gorgeous, but is easy enough for anyone to make! Just cut a variety of fabric strips and tie on some twine/jute rope. Jin also posts a fun tutorial for her DIY mustache straws.


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