Jumpstart Your Day: 5 Gender-Neutral Nursery Ideas
Create a charming space for your new bundle of joy
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:
Main photo from PopSugar.
Achieve a luxurious yet homey feel by adding an interesting lighting fixture like a chandelier and dark wood furniture. Complete the look by opting to have a La-Z Boy chair.
Photo from PopSugar.
Who says dark colors like black won't work in a nursery? Pair the dark furniture with gray walls then liven up the room with pops of color. You may want to consider working with yellow and turquoise. Use framed patterns and prints as wall accents.
Photo from Chic and Cheap Nursery.
Unlock your imagination! This room features a charming teepee that serves as decoration, toy storage, and future play area in one.
Photo from Jen Loves Kev.
Orange is a great unisex color that most people overlook, maybe because they think it's a challenging color to work with. This room, however, highlights a wonderful job of mixing orange with white and a little bit of pink. If you want to change things up, you can easily change the feel of the room by changing the colors of the curtains and accessories.
Photo from Huffington Post.
Make your furniture functional but interesting. This room might look a bit somber for a nursery, but the beautiful crib canopy and bergere chair still stand out and make the room more welcoming.
Photo from Simplified Bee.
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