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Neutral Baby Room Colors

Neutral Baby Room Colors

01 of 18 Gender-Neutral Nursery Palettes Photo via Apartment Therapy. Waiting for a delivery room surprise? Beige is not your only decorating option! Be ready for whatever the stork may bring with these fresh and fashionable color ideas for gender-neutral nurseries. Continue to 2 of 18 below. 02 of 18 Grey and Aqua Photo via The Bump. Cool neutrals, like white and gray, give a room contemporary appeal, especially when paired with a bright and trendy accent color. Continue to 3 of 18 below. 03 of 18 Grey and Yellow Photo courtesy of House 36. Another beautiful, silver-grey neutral punctuated with bold pattern and pops of soft yellow.  Continue to 4 of 18 below. 04 of 18 Grey, Aqua and Coral Photo via Project Nursery. A patterned accent wall packs a dramatic design punch in this neutral gray nursery. Want to add some pizazz to your nursery plans? Check out these ​15 Creative Nursery Wall Ideas! Continue to 5 of 18 below. 05 of 18 Aqua and Coral Photo via Olive Juice Designs. Are you craving even more color? Try replacing a traditional neutral base with versatile aqua – a sweet and serene color that looks amazing when paired with warm accent colors like red, orange, and yellow.  Continue to 6 of 18 below. 06 of 18 Aqua and Yellow Photo courtesy of Megan Carty. A bright and modern nursery featuring calming aqua with sunny yellow accents.  Continue to 7 of 18 below. 07 of 18 Orange, Aqua and Teal Photo via Erin Sanders Design. Bold color and a rich variety of well-coordinated patterns make this gender-neutral nursery an absolute showstopper.  Continue to 8 of 18 below. 08 of 18 Tangerine and Teal Photo via Editorial. Who said a gender-neutral nursery can't be colorful? Certainly not Tori Spelling, who designed the gorgeous, color-saturated nursery using two bold and beautiful shades.  Continue to 9 of 18 below. 09 of 18 Navy, Grey and Yellow Photo via Har.com. Rich navy and sunny yellow accents make for a sweet and preppy palette with lots of pop! Choose light neutrals, like gray or white, to balance this strong color pairing.  Continue to 10 of 18 below. 10 of 18 Navy and Mint Green Photo via Apartment Therapy. Navy and mint is the latest color combo in gender-neutral design, giving the traditional blue and green palette a stylish new edge. Continue to 11 of 18 below. 11 of 18 Navy and Coral Photo via Grey Likes Baby. This neutral cream and white nursery boasts a sophisticated accent combo of navy blue and coral, elegantly enhanced with a chic touch of gold.  Continue to 12 of 18 below. 12 of 18 Mint Green and Orange Photo via Charm Home. This unusual color pairing contrasts a cool mint hue with warm accents, toning down a traditionally masculine orange and creating a delightful, gender-neutral palette.  Continue to 13 of 18 below. 13 of 18 Mint Green and Turquoise Photo via Project Nursery. Texture and pattern play a starring role in this neutral nursery featuring an invigorating mint green and turquoise palette.  Continue to 14 of 18 below. 14 of 18 Red, White, and Turquoise This fresh and frosty palette offers a modern, gender-neutral take on the traditional “blue and red” boy's room.   Continue to 15 of 18 below. 15 of 18 Red and Grey Photo via Project Nursery. This circus-themed nursery room pairs a gender-neutral theme with a chic set of gender neutral colors! A smoky shade of gray lends sophistication while bright red and white accents add a touch of Big Top flair. Continue to 16 of 18 below. 16 of 18 Black and White Photo via Project Nursery. A high-contrast color profile and a bold mix of geometric patterns keep this black and white, Nordic-inspired space looking fresh and modern. Add a single accent piece in a bold shade, like yellow or red, to make a dramatic statement. Continue to 17 of 18 below. 17 of 18 Rainbow Bright Photo via Nicety. This gender-neutral space sets a rainbow of bright primary colors against a crisp white backdrop. It's a sweet and refreshing look that's perfect for either gender.  Continue to 18 of 18 below. 18 of 18 Need Help Deciding? Photo by Stone via Getty Images. Not sure what color is best for your baby? Let science decide! Learn how the color of your nursery can affect your little one's health and happiness with our crash course on color psychology.  Read More
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Neutral Baby Room Colors

01 of 18 Gender-Neutral Nursery Palettes Photo via Apartment Therapy. Waiting for a delivery room surprise? Beige is not your only decorating option! Be ready for whatever the stork may bring with these fresh and fashionable color ideas for gender-neutral nurseries. Continue to 2 of 18 below. 02 of 18 Grey and Aqua Photo via The Bump. Cool neutrals, like white and gray, give a room contemporary appeal, especially when paired with a bright and trendy accent color. Continue to 3 of 18 below. 03 of 18 Grey and Yellow Photo courtesy of House 36. Another beautiful, silver-grey neutral punctuated with bold pattern and pops of soft yellow.  Continue to 4 of 18 below. 04 of 18 Grey, Aqua and Coral Photo via Project Nursery. A patterned accent wall packs a dramatic design punch in this neutral gray nursery. Want to add some pizazz to your nursery plans? Check out these ​15 Creative Nursery Wall Ideas! Continue to 5 of 18 below. 05 of 18 Aqua and Coral Photo via Olive Juice Designs. Are you craving even more color? Try replacing a traditional neutral base with versatile aqua – a sweet and serene color that looks amazing when paired with warm accent colors like red, orange, and yellow.  Continue to 6 of 18 below. 06 of 18 Aqua and Yellow Photo courtesy of Megan Carty. A bright and modern nursery featuring calming aqua with sunny yellow accents.  Continue to 7 of 18 below. 07 of 18 Orange, Aqua and Teal Photo via Erin Sanders Design. Bold color and a rich variety of well-coordinated patterns make this gender-neutral nursery an absolute showstopper.  Continue to 8 of 18 below. 08 of 18 Tangerine and Teal Photo via Editorial. Who said a gender-neutral nursery can't be colorful? Certainly not Tori Spelling, who designed the gorgeous, color-saturated nursery using two bold and beautiful shades.  Continue to 9 of 18 below. 09 of 18 Navy, Grey and Yellow Photo via Har.com. Rich navy and sunny yellow accents make for a sweet and preppy palette with lots of pop! Choose light neutrals, like gray or white, to balance this strong color pairing.  Continue to 10 of 18 below. 10 of 18 Navy and Mint Green Photo via Apartment Therapy. Navy and mint is the latest color combo in gender-neutral design, giving the traditional blue and green palette a stylish new edge. Continue to 11 of 18 below. 11 of 18 Navy and Coral Photo via Grey Likes Baby. This neutral cream and white nursery boasts a sophisticated accent combo of navy blue and coral, elegantly enhanced with a chic touch of gold.  Continue to 12 of 18 below. 12 of 18 Mint Green and Orange Photo via Charm Home. This unusual color pairing contrasts a cool mint hue with warm accents, toning down a traditionally masculine orange and creating a delightful, gender-neutral palette.  Continue to 13 of 18 below. 13 of 18 Mint Green and Turquoise Photo via Project Nursery. Texture and pattern play a starring role in this neutral nursery featuring an invigorating mint green and turquoise palette.  Continue to 14 of 18 below. 14 of 18 Red, White, and Turquoise This fresh and frosty palette offers a modern, gender-neutral take on the traditional “blue and red” boy's room.   Continue to 15 of 18 below. 15 of 18 Red and Grey Photo via Project Nursery. This circus-themed nursery room pairs a gender-neutral theme with a chic set of gender neutral colors! A smoky shade of gray lends sophistication while bright red and white accents add a touch of Big Top flair. Continue to 16 of 18 below. 16 of 18 Black and White Photo via Project Nursery. A high-contrast color profile and a bold mix of geometric patterns keep this black and white, Nordic-inspired space looking fresh and modern. Add a single accent piece in a bold shade, like yellow or red, to make a dramatic statement. Continue to 17 of 18 below. 17 of 18 Rainbow Bright Photo via Nicety. This gender-neutral space sets a rainbow of bright primary colors against a crisp white backdrop. It's a sweet and refreshing look that's perfect for either gender.  Continue to 18 of 18 below. 18 of 18 Need Help Deciding? Photo by Stone via Getty Images. Not sure what color is best for your baby? Let science decide! Learn how the color of your nursery can affect your little one's health and happiness with our crash course on color psychology. 
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Neutral Baby Room Colors

Parties & Celebrations Design Library Articles View All Kids’ Rooms Nurseries Play Spaces Study Spaces Assembly Instructions Product Information Holiday & Special Occasions Contributors Crafts Recipes Videos Tools Free Design Services Print How To: Choose Color for a Neutral Nursery There are many ways to incorporate color into the nursery without defining the room as a boy or girl space. Most colors are surprisingly versatile, and white or other neutrals make laying on a variety of hues effortless. Yellow and green are classic color choices for gender-neutral nurseries, but you can get a little bolder with reds and oranges as well. A smart starting point is to choose crib bedding or simply a swatch of fabric with a theme that you love, and use one of its colors to guide the rest of the room – it’s easier to pull a color from a pattern than it is to find a pattern to match your selected color. Remember, inspiration can be found everywhere. A storybook, favorite piece of artwork or the garden outside the window might just spark ideas for a beautiful color scheme. If you’d prefer to keep the canvas neutral and then layer in bright pops of pink or blue after your baby is born, colors ranging from white to rich browns give you plenty to work with. Pair dark wood furniture with warm mocha brown on the walls and a plush sand-colored rug. A simple white fitted crib sheet will make it easy to bring in color with a bright bumper or quilt. Wall art, accent pillows and area rugs will all lend themselves to colorful choices later, too. Play with different tones of one color. Set a tranquil mood with soft, soothing hues of green, or try two-tone walls for added depth and interest. Balance is the key. If you go with a bold, saturated color or strong pattern on the wall, choose neutral-toned furnishings and window coverings to counter the intensity. Remember that color nearly always looks darker on the wall than it does on a paint chip. Be sure to test large swatches of paint on the wall before committing to a color. Look at how the natural light in the room changes the color through the day.

Neutral Baby Room Colors

Neutral Baby Room Colors
Neutral Baby Room Colors
Neutral Baby Room Colors
Neutral Baby Room Colors

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