IKEA hack - shelving unit turned into a window bench for my gender neutral nursery. I used the Kallax shelving unit and two storage bins from Ikea, a piece of MDF board (cut at Home Depot), cushion foam from Home Depot, fabric of choice and quilt batting from Walmart.

IKEA hack - shelving unit turned into a window bench for my gender neutral nursery. I used the Kallax shelving unit and two storage bins from Ikea, a piece of MDF board (cut at Home Depot), cushion foam from Home Depot, fabric of choice and quilt batting from Walmart.

In Stock $121.00 www.wallconsilia.com This dreamy tree with white leaves and with owl sitting on the tree branch watching the night sky is a wonderful addition to your babies nursery walls. Indulge your little one’s imagination with this stunning vinyl wall decal set perfect for any nursery or bedroom. We think it’s a great choice for gender neutral nursery! This tree mural sticker features dreamy scene –what could a little kid love more? #Grey #Nursery #Unisex #Trees #Stars #HomeDecor #DIY

In Stock $121.00 www.wallconsilia.com This dreamy tree with white leaves and with owl sitting on the tree branch watching the night sky is a wonderful addition to your babies nursery walls. Indulge your little one’s imagination with this stunning vinyl wall decal set perfect for any nursery or bedroom. We think it’s a great choice for gender neutral nursery! This tree mural sticker features dreamy scene –what could a little kid love more? #Grey #Nursery #Unisex #Trees #Stars #HomeDecor #DIY

What a dreamy quilt. It's so simple just using the one fabric but the overall design is so effective. Love stripes!

What a dreamy quilt. It's so simple just using the one fabric but the overall design is so effective. Love stripes!

The gender neutral pronoun was introduced just a couple years ago, it's "hen" ("he" in swedish is "han" and "she" is "hon" so it's kinda a mix between the two I guess). There are books that only use the "hen" pronoun.

The gender neutral pronoun was introduced just a couple years ago, it's "hen" ("he" in swedish is "han" and "she" is "hon" so it's kinda a mix between the two I guess). There are books that only use the "hen" pronoun.

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