Expecting parents are all about gender neutral nurseries this year. Whether you’re trying to steer away from the traditional pink and blue palette, or just wanting to opt for a more modern look, we have compiled some of our favourite looks as well as some handy styling tips for you here...
- A touch of texture
Instead of opting for colours in your baby room (which can be obviously gender heavy), think more about the different textures you can incorporate. Try adding elements of soft texture with rugs, cushions and throws. We love this look from @everyday.muse featuring our Silk Pillow Slip in Blush:
- Gorgeous in grey & soothing neutrals
Decals are a fun and easy way to decorate your nursery walls - they are super easy to put up and even easier to remove with reusable adhesive that won’t leave any horrible mess or residue! If you get sick of the design or just want a change, no problem! Just remove the old and replace with a new, fresh design - genius! Our favourite decals are by Ginger Monkey as seen below!
Above: Decals via @pru_plus_two featuring the Silky Tots Silk Pillow Case in Grey
- Choose different colours
Just because you’re steering away from the typical pink and blue doesn’t mean you have to ditch colour altogether. Some trendy alternatives include soft greens, yellows or multi colours. Have a look at these looks we love below...
Above: Multi Coloured nursery via @eklektikstudio on Instagram
- Gender Neutral Themes
Themes are a cute way to liven up any room (they don’t have to be as obvious as you may think) and are a great way to help you stay on track with your styling. Our favourite gender neutral themes are:
- Safari / Animals
- Adventure / exploration
- Starry Nights
Here are a couple of our faves below:
Above: Nursery decor via @winniedot on Instagram