During a recent play date, we were talking about gender-specific toys for children and how it’s so difficult to find neutral nursery furniture and accessories. Most products are in pink or blue and in themes such as flowers or cars. This can make it difficult if you don’t know the gender of your baby, or you’d like something a little different. So this post is dedicated to parents who are looking for something modern and fresh for their nursery. I’ve chose silver and greys for this nursery theme – what do you think?
I’ve also created a Pinterest board if you’d like some more inspiration for your new neutral nursery.
1. Grey star blackout curtains from GLTC £64 | 2. Knitted baby blankets from The White Company £34 | 3. Children’s bedroom furniture from The White Company | 4. PiP Studio Shanghai Bows Wallpaper from Houseology £61.50 | 5. White nursery cotbeds from a selection at John Lewis | 6. White toy box chest from John Lewis £229 | 7. Small silver bunny from The White Company £14 | 8. Grey star bedding set from GLTC £28
I hope these neutral nursery decor ideas inspire you for your little one’s room! Just click on each image for more information.
Neutral nursery decor ideas
The unique typography used by Design Letters was originally hand drawn in 1937 by the world renowned Danish Architect Arne Jacobsen. This famous typography is now available on a series of beautiful and stylish designs for any neutral nursery or child’s room.
Are you going for a neutral nursery theme for your baby? Is it because you don’t know if you’re having a girl or boy but want to prepare the nursery before they arrive? Or is there another reason you’re opting for a neutral nursery?
Updated August 2015
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