10 beautiful gender-neutral nursery ideas that work for baby boys or girls

10 Beautiful Gender-Neutral Nursery Ideas That Work for Baby Boys or Girls

Pink and blue are so 2000 and late. Gender neutral is the way to go in 2020.

Nurseries decorated in soothing tan, gray, and white tones create calming spaces for you and your baby. We’ve put together some of our favorite gender neutral nurseries designed to keep you feeling cozy and calm day and night. 

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Here’s what you’ll need: 

A comfy chair. 

You won’t regret this purchase when you’re up for those late-night feedings. 

Baby-approved bedding. 

For the sweetest dreams. 

Simple, classic decorations. 

That can be enjoyed by all your babies. 

A classic bureau.

That can be used as your baby grows into a big kid. 

Sweet touches. 

That add personality to your little one’s room. 

A touch of greenery. 

For when you don’t make it outside. 

Some grown-up touches, too.

To spruce up the space. 

A classic crib. 

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To keep your baby sleep and chic. 

Statement wallpaper. 

To take the neutral decor up a notch. 

An updated diaper-changing station. 

(With lots of things to distract your little one from wriggling away!)

There are so many ways to decorate a nursery to personalize the space for you and your baby. Whether you’re sticking with a neutral theme or going bold with color, these ideas can help you set up a space you’ll love for years to come.

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