Whether you don’t want to know the sex of your baby before the big day, or you just want to lay off of the color rules already, gender neutral baby nurseries are where it’s at.
In fact, there are a plethora of wonderful options for furniture and decoration for gender-neutral nurseries. Plus, you don’t have to limit your scope to kid-specific items.
Why Gender Neutral Decorating for Nurseries?
Gender neutral baby rooms will transition with your kids for much longer, and are also perfect if you have boys and girls sharing a room.
Going gender-neutral tends to lend a more sophisticated look to the bedroom, while still allowing you to get creative and fun.
You are limited when it comes to sticking with “kid colors”. Allowing yourself to decorate your baby’s nursery in colors other than pink and blue will open up a world of non-kid-specific items you can mix into the nursery.
Gender Neutral Nursery Inspiration
Here are some completely steal-worthy gender neutral nurseries for inspiration and ideas.
That crib! That cabinet! It’s the perfect sage green, and the details are really cool. The whole room has such a soft, comforting vibe, and there are so many directions you can take these furnishings in as the baby grows.
The vintage furniture mixed in adds character, and black and white are so fantastically perfect for baby rooms. Or any kid’s room, for that matter. Find the reversible baby play mat here. I’m assuming the x’s and o’s are wallpaper, but that could actually make a fun project to paint those or another simple pattern on one wall of a bedroom.
I’m in love with how balanced this wallpaper is with the simplicity of the room furnishings. It definitely takes center stage but doesn’t overwhelm. And the touches of Siena brown really warm up the whole look.
See how you can take really similar styles but change them up a bit to suit your tastes? Which black and white nursery do you like better?
Want Some Brighter Colors?
You don’t have to go low-key in your baby nursery – bright and colorful always looks great. You can see the overall pairing of red and turquoise, with punches of other colors mixed in.
More colorful action! Don’t you love that bright yellow crib? And we’ve got both pink AND blue bins.
Okay, yeah. Finishing off this group of gender-neutral nurseries may be the coolest bedroom I’ve ever laid eyes upon. I’m such a fan of bright yellow, geometric design, lockers, and that freaking sign. 🙂
Well? Pretty good inspiration, huh? I would totally go gender-neutral all sorts of colors if I were doing baby nurseries over again.
What are you planning? What struck yer fancy?