Gender-neutral nurseries are always in style. So whether you’re looking for bold colors and prints or soothing neutrals, you’ll get the design inspo you need from these ten sweet spaces. And the best part is these rooms can grow with your baby. If you need help with design strategy or what to buy for your nursery, read on for these tricks to creating a space that isn’t gender-specific yet offers an extra dose of individuality in color and concept.
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This nursery from Dallas-based designer Jean Liu hits all the right notes. It’s neutral, timeless and cozy. Incorporating a piece of furniture with hand-blocked printed fabric, like this rocking chair and ottoman, adds a sophisticated yet playful touch to the room. It’s also the perfect spot to cuddle with your newborn.
If this bright and colorful nursery from @studiodiy proves one thing, it’s that gender-neutral doesn’t mean you need to stick to a color palette of soft greens and yellows. If you want to design a room that shines bright, check out the fun, playful bedding designs from Kip and Co. The rest of the room will come together swimmingly.
This gorgeous nursery designed by blogger Kala Wiederholt is equal parts modern and inviting. We love that it’s not overly designed, and since we know the paint color, Terra Cotta Clay by Behr, we feel like we can try this ourselves.
This room inspires creativity, adventure and the pure joy of being a kid! LA-based parents, photographer Jeff Mindell and designer Kelly Mindell of Studio DIY, chose to create a space for their baby to grow in that reflects the world. They thoughtfully brought in art, photography and handmade gifts from family and friends to invoke a feeling of culture, humor and fun.
We’re here to tell you, your baby doesn’t need a big room right away! This space, from Newport Beach designer Lindye Galloway, which is right off the master bedroom, shows how to convert any spot in your home into a safe haven for your new bundle. The cozy rug and mobile give the room form and function.
Opposites attract and, in this case, make for a really amazing nursery. There’s no doubt this rug is a showstopper and helps tie the entire room together. Black, white and glam is the central theme of this space. One of the most liked designs on Little Crown Interiors’ feed, there’s no doubt it will keep on trending.
Some photos are just instant scroll-stoppers, and this nursery designed by Little Crown Interiors is one of them. It’s so unique and whimsical that you forget it’s also gender-neutral.
This baby’s haven from designer maisonellie interiors shows that gender-neutral can still be personalized and thoughtful when you incorporate unique details and accessories. High-contrast elements with soft blue and yellow accents set the mood, while the jute rug, wool ottoman and linen bedding bring warmth and texture to the room. It’s full of charm and personality and can easily transition into a toddler room. Don’t miss the full breakdown and more vantage points of the room.
An easy way to inspire a whole room is to start with a wallpaper you love. This safari design is perfectly paired with a board and batten wall. The neutral colors and soft sage paint offer your little one a serene space to doze off—at least that’s the plan!
A shared baby and toddler room, Winter Daisy Designs used natural materials and smart planning to create this gender-neutral space that combines function and design. The decals of stars from Urban Walls add the fun factor.
—Aimee Della Bitta