Guest Picks: Gender-Neutral Nursery
Sleek lines and a smart pattern make this glider a fun choice for a gender-neutral nursery. The light gray is especially nice for both boys and girls.
The Jenny Lind crib is a classic that can stand the test of time, no matter what the gender. It can even be used in both traditional and modern nursery designs.
This is the quintessential dresser and changing table. It’s big enough to store clothing and accessories and functional enough to serve multiple purposes as your baby grows.
A black and white color palette is about as gender-neutral as you can get, and it’s also very eye-catching for infants and babies. The pattern on this rug really adds extra interest as well.
These rustic stools with white-dipped legs really make a classic accent for a gender-neutral nursery. Use them next to your rocking chair as extra storage for bottles, books or a glass of water.
A sheepskin rug is soft and comfy for a newborn to snuggle on. Drape it over your rocking chair when not in use to keep it clean and plush.
Bold stripes in a black and white color palette make this the perfect accent throw for your little one’s space.
A great side table option for next to the glider, this sweet little piece can keep a lamp and your newborn’s essentials at your fingertips. I especially love how the warm wood looks with the clean marble top.
Foxes are all the rage, and this sweet print will fit right in a boy’s or a girl’s nursery. To make it more feminine, add a gold frame.
A simple round mirror is a nice contrast to the hard lines of the crib, dresser and glider. Hang this one alone or as part of a gallery wall.
For toys, laundry or some books, baskets are a great way to keep things tidy in the nursery. These are especially cute with the chalkboard labels.
A classic black border makes this a great option for clean and neutral bedding. Pair it with some colorful sheets, or keep the black and white theme going.
For a more modern take, this midcentury modern crib is a great choice. Clean lines and warm wood are perfect for either gender.
To add some pattern and a bold punch, this pillow is a great accent for a gender-neutral nursery.
How cute are these quirky little sheep? They’re perfectly fun for both boys and girls and will add a whimsical touch to the nursery.
The black with white crosses makes this blanket a bold and modern touch for the nursery.
This is a great option for both a dresser and a changing table. The midcentury look and warm wood tone will be a great addition to a gender-neutral nursery.
The Eames rocking chair is modern and sleek. It would be perfect for a smaller nursery and will look great with a sheepskin draped across the back.
Black and white dots remind me of a dalmatian, which naturally makes this a great option for both boys and girls. To give it a more masculine touch, pair with a wood-toned frame.
White curtains with a black tassel touch make these fun and whimsical for a little one’s space.Next: Oh, Baby! 12 Ideas to Get a Chic Nursery Rolling