10 Nursery Styling Tips That Don't Involve Pink or Blue
When we were children, nursery styling revolved around two choices: pink or blue. These days, choosing a color scheme for a baby's room isn't so limited: The best nurseries combine different hues, textures, materials, and trends to create a modern, playful, and gender-neutral space. We've rounded up 10 of our favorite nurseries that prove children's rooms don't have to be pink or blue. Scroll down for styling ideas to steal for a gorgeous, chic, gender-neutral nursery.
Want to avoid an overly feminine or masculine room? Keep an eye on the details. Jamie-Lynn Sigler's nursery remained gender-neutral by using themed items relevant to any child. These numbered jute baskets are practical and tie in with the actress's existing home décor.
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Yes, your new nursery is designed for a little special someone, but remember that you'll also be spending a lot of time in the room. Give children's décor a grown-up touch with wooden toys and quality pieces.
When model mom Coco Rocha enlisted the help of One Kings Lane to design her nursery, her brief wasn't typical. Rocha explains she wanted her daughter's space to be sophisticated and vibrant with a hint of edge. "I really think children can be stimulated by all sorts of colors and patterns, whether it’s themed or not," she says. Steal her style with a bold and playful art wall that injects personality into the nursery.
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Some nursery trends are still popular for a reason. Super-soft sheepskin rugs offer a touch of texture to an all-white or neutral space.
Create a focal point in a neutral room with patterned pieces. Subtle wallpaper in playful prints is a chic substitute for bright color.
Have you ever styled a gender-neutral nursery? Share your styling tips in the comments below.