Whether you’re keeping the gender of your baby a surprise or not, decorating a gender-neutral nursery is an increasingly popular choice for parents to be.
Offering you plenty of opportunities to get creative, you no longer have to follow the idea that pink is for girls and blue is for boys. In fact, the décor possibilities are endless!
Gorgeous Gender-Neutral Nursery Ideas
For a fresh take on nursery décor, check out our favourite gender-neutral nursery ideas:
A fashionable alternative to the traditional pinks and blues, a grey and white colour scheme is the perfect pick for expecting parents. Giving your nursery a stylish Scandi feeling, opt for different textures to add interest and depth to this chic colour palette.
A well-loved unisex nursery colour, yellow is a calming choice. The trick with this colour scheme is to opt for mellow yellows to ensure that the whole room feels soothing.
Finish off with adorable extras, like Winnie the Pooh bedding to add a unique twist.
Bringing a refreshing and nurturing vibe to their room, a green theme is a brilliant pick for any nursery. Mix and match with mint greens, meadow greens and sage tones to find your preferred combo.
To keep the décor looking contemporary, embellish the nursery with cute nursery accessories and novelty night lights.
Essential Nursery Furniture
However you choose to decorate their space, you’ll also need to ensure that you have all the essential nursery furniture for care and comfort purposes.
A Moses Basket Or A Cot
Every new parent knows the importance of sleep – for mums and dads as well as babies! As with all nursery furniture, your top priority should be safety.
With this in mind, both Moses baskets and cots provide a cosy and safe space for your child. While Moses baskets are a popular pick for newborn babies due to their compact size, cots allow more space for when your child grows.
Alongside a reliable bed, a baby monitor is key for giving you peace of mind while they rest.
A Nursing Pillow
Nursing can be a wonderful bonding experience between you and your child. Whether you’ve decided to breastfeed or not, your baby’s head will need to be supported while they feed. For this reason, a good-quality nursing pillow is a must.
Luckily, nursing pillows can also double up for tummy time exercises, making them a win-win.
A Changing Mat
Helping you to keep your child clean and comfortable in their nursery as well as on the go, we recommend choosing a design with a fun print to let yours stand out from the crowd.
Nappies, wipes and a disposal system are other crucial items to stock up on for a fu
ss-free changing experience.
Unisex Baby Clothes
If you’re not sure where to begin, unisex baby clothing is a great place to start. Not only does unisex clothing follow the theme of your gender-neutral nursery, but the pieces can also be re-used later down the line by friends and family members.