7 Gender-Neutral Bedroom Ideas for 2019 ⇒ Whether you have a young brother and sister sharing a bedroom, have a child who prefers a gender-neutral bedroom theme, or simply want to avoid the stereotypical “blue for boys, pink for girls” decorating tradition, there are lots of ways to decorate a neutral bedroom that any boy or girl would love. Today, we’re giving you 7 sleek gender-neutral kids bedroom ideas that will totally win you over!
Sure, pink or blue nurseries are traditional. And yes, green and yellow are common substitutes when parents choose not to find out their baby’s sex ahead of time. But wow, go further and you’ll find there’s a wide world of fantastic colour schemes for nurseries out there, such as the brown, dark green and grey palette shown here. Not only is it stimulating and fun for a baby, but it’s also still going to work when that baby turns into a toddler, then an elementary-age child and even into the teen years.
If you do not feel like taking chances though, white with accents of gold will do the trick. It will give the room a fresh identity and it will significantly improve the kid’s humour. The gold will add an extra luxurious vibe to the decor.
If you want to add character to the decor, wall decals are the thing you’re looking for. Either cute drawings, corny quotes or even the alphabet, they will add some extra identity to the decor. This way, you can adapt the decor around the child’s personality.
When decorating any child’s bedroom, it’s a good idea to plan for the future. After all, your child won’t be a toddler or kindergartener forever. One of the great things about starting out with a gender-neutral bedroom is that it generally grows quite easily with your child. Neutral furniture, such as the simple loft bed shown here, can be matched with colourful children’s bedding while the child is young, then given grownup flair with more “mature” bedding like the textured-grey one above.
If you’re feeling extra crafty, a house-shaped bed could be an awesome idea. Hang some white Christmas lights around its edges and place a cloudy rug beneath its feet. Your kid will love the thought of having its own house!
If you want a gender-neutral bedroom, look for gender-neutral furniture. That means you’ll do best with natural wood tones, black or white. Match that simple, neutral furniture with lots of bold pattern and pops of colour, and you get a bedroom that grows from toddlerhood through the teens, and works perfectly for just about any boy or girl.
Every child’s bedroom deserves a touch of whimsy that really shows off the inhabitant’s personality and the gender-neutral bedroom is no exception. Just about every young child – and quite a few older kids, as well – enjoy painting or colouring. So, why shouldn’t you bring some pops of colour to the decor? This incredible Cloud Lamp constantly changes its colour and brings a touch of magic to the decor.