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Jumpstart Your Day: 5 Gender-Neutral Nursery Ideas

Create a charming space for your new bundle of joy

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Welcoming a new baby is an important milestone for all families. Aside from preparing for his or her needs, you also need to make sure that the little one is safe and can sleep soundly at home. Gone are the days when nurseries are limited to pink and blue color schemes! Parents are now open to experimenting with neutrals and other decorating ideas.

The good thing about neutral-colored rooms is it can be used for other purposes and can be easily transformed into a teenager's haven. Here are five beautiful gender-neutral nurseries to inspire you to come up with a room for your precious one:

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