7/23/12 4/30/09 POPSUGAR Moms Nurseries Tips for Twin Nursery Decorating Pimp Your Crib: Twin Nurseries April 30, 2009 by Moms 2 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. While twins may mean twice the celebration, onesies and bottles, it doesn't necessarily mean twice the nursery items. Two cribs may be necessary, but one changing table, diaper pail and rocker can pull double duty. Some mamas choose to create matching nurseries for their tots while others go with a theme. Regardless of whether the lil ones are the same sex or not, it is easy to create a cohesive and cheery lair. Source Modern Patterns Modern patterns that incorporate traditional baby themes, such as The Chick or the Egg Organic Crib Bedding ($350 for the set) can be used for twin girls or a boy and a girl. When placed in two dark-toned cribs, the sets blend together. The Chick or the Egg Organic Crib Bedding $350 from landofnod.com Buy Now Safari Theme Gender-neutral themes, such as safaris ($84 for the set), make great bedding choices for both same and opposite sex twins. The colors of the animals can be brought out in the paint and carpeting in the room. safaris $84 from target.com Buy Now Common Themes Many bedding designers create boy and girl versions of the same design. Mixing pink and blue in one room can work beautifully when the cribs are the same color wood and there is a common theme in the bedding. The Z is for Zebra and G is for Giraffe ($99 for the bumpers) work together to create an animal themed nursery. Z is for Zebra and $99 from potterybarnkids.com Buy Now G is for Giraffe $99 from potterybarnkids.com Buy Now Primary Color Themes A primary color theme, such as Pottery Barn's Dr. Seuss nursery accessories ($29 for the sheet), are ideal for opposite sex twins. Many of his rhymes and characters apply directly to twins, such as "one fish, two fish" and Thing One and Thing Two. Dr. Seuss nursery accessories $29 from potterybarnkids.com Buy Now Ginghams Few patterns say baby more than gingham. Mixing gingham colors ($120 for each set), such as pink and blue for opposite sex babies or pink and purple for same sex ones, makes for a classic nursery. gingham colors $120 from target.com Buy Now Neutral Tones Modern color combinations and artwork merge to create a great gender neutral set that works for both boys and girls. The Mod Elephant set ($150) would work for boys and girls. Patchwork Patchwork quilt patterns can also blend together to create a uniform nursery. These Stella Nursery ($79 for the bumper) patterns could easily blend together in a room with yellow walls. Stella Nursery $79 from potterybarnkids.com Buy Now Traditional Blues Blues aren't necessarily reserved for boys. When mixing blues with yellows in a mosaic pattern, like this Graham Nursery Collection ($490 for the set), the set can be used for both sexes. Graham Nursery Collection $490 from serenaandlily.com Buy Now Share this post NurseriesTwins Stay Sane and SavvyWith Our Moms Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Parenting Humor New Moms Activities and Recipes Parenting News Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.