Nursery Ideas

12 Amazing Gender Neutral Nurseries

Get ready to be inspired — we’ve rounded up the most stylish gender-neutral nurseries. Patterns and bold accessories are the new pinks and blues.

David A. Land
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Shape Shifter

This retro nursery is a lesson in geometry. Our favorite part? The pretty pennant that playfully dresses up the bare wall. 

 

themarionhousebook.com
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Branching Out

A nature motif works for any baby. Look for tree branch wall decals or paint a mural.

 

Ashlee Culverhouse Photography
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Antique Elegance

This vintage-style crib and chandelier add glamour to baby’s space. But the mobile keeps it fun and baby-appropriate.

 

projectnursery.com
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Mad for Modern

Mixing patterns works when you stick to a color scheme, like this gray and emerald combo.

 

blog.landofnod.com
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Comfy Cozy

Ah, we’re relaxed just looking at this serene space. While it’s crisp and clean, the different cream tones and textures of the rug, pouf and paper mache stars and moons keep it nice and cozy.

 

theb-line.blogspot.com
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Colorfully Eclectic

Patterns and prints accent this bright and cheery nursery. Even better? It’s made of a collection of Ikea items and DIY projects, so the look is totally attainable.

 

homedit.com
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Bold Wall

Just in case the Ouef crib and contemporary color scheme didn’t already make you feel like you were in a modern art museum, check out the super hip accent wall. Gray and yellow is a trendy color combo and works well for a gender-neutral room.

 

gab.giggle.com
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Bare Basics

This one comes from Ali Wing, CEO and founder of giggle. She recommends going “au naturel” with the colors and crib. The geometric accents in the rug and throw keep the space modern and exciting.

 

apartmenttherapy.com
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Gray On Gray

While gray certainly keeps this nursery neutral, the elegant frames and chandelier add unique, upscale touches.

 

roomzaar.com
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Pretty Patterns

The floral curtains and patterned rug steal the show in this otherwise subdued nursery. A close third? Alternating-sized pictures of baby animals.

 

cozystylishchic.com
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Paper Cranes

While we don’t endorse going overboard on a theme, these paper cranes add artful pops of color around the room, without ending up on every item.

 

decorpad.com
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Bright Stripes

Create a bold accent wall of wide stripes. A few pops of orange add even more playfulness to this fun room.

Plus, more from The Bump:

Secrets for Getting the Nursery of Your Dreams

Gorgeous, Modern Nurseries

Nursery Tips on a Budget

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By The Bump Editors