How to Choose Unisex Nursery D_cor
If you’ve chosen to leave your baby’s gender a mystery until birth, but want to get the nursery put together ahead of time, you might have a little trouble deciding on a decorating motif. Gender-neutral décor has come far beyond yellow, so it shouldn’t be too difficult to find something that you will love no matter what you have. One hint: The baby won’t really care.
There are many themes that will work for both sexes. Animal themes, circus themes, the alphabet, or even just primary colors are easy to find and are not tied to gender. You simply have to choose which appeals to you the most, and you’ll find all the bedding and accents necessary.
If you’re not into a specific theme, there are still many ideas that will work. The key is to think beyond baby boy bedding and baby girl bedding. Stunning color combinations and subtle patterns can create a nursery that will make a wonderful place for any baby. Today’s nursery palettes run the gamut from pastels to high-contrast color.
You might want to stay away from traditionally feminine or masculine patterns and colors (for example, pink or a traditional camouflage pattern), but many contemporary baby bedding sets offer patterns that are suitable for both girls and boys. A black and white theme is ideal for a gender-neutral space as long you stay away from very feminine patterns like toile. A simple graphic pattern or solid blacks and whites set the right note.