4. Eclectic Fun
If you’re more of an eclectic person, this nursery style would be absolutely perfect for you. It doesn’t really even have a theme, except for maybe a little southwestern vibe. It’s full of colors and pattern giving the eye plenty to look at. You could definitely use this room for either a boy or a girl and it would be adorable for either.
(Head over to Mini Style to see more adorable and creative decor and fashion pieces for little kiddos).
5. Grey Scale
Gray is always a great option when going with something gender neutral. It’s not quite as bland as white or tan, but not too bold either. It still creates a soft ambiance and this nursery is the perfect example. Not everything is gray, but most of the accents are, which creates variety. I love that they used all different shades of gray so it has that element of dimension to it, as well.
(Sinclair & Moore is a wonderful blog about a family that has everything from decorating tips and inspiration, to parenting advice, to wedding details, and more).
6. Colorful Fun
Who says a room has to be limited to a certain amount of colors? Why can’t you use all the colors under the sun? Well, guess what? You can! A colorful room is bold, fun, and definitely acceptable for both boys and girls to live in. The decor options are endless when you don’t have a limited color scheme, which can make the decorating even more exciting.
(Check out Project Nursery for lots of wonderful decorating ideas for your baby’s nursery from color schemes to themes).