Gender Neutral Grown Up Nurseries

These nurseries are meant to grow up with your baby regardless of gender or age. They work awesome as double duty rooms, and, if they need to be shared with an older sibling (maybe of a different sex) these are perfect! Anything is possible and I thought these rooms demonstrated that so I had to share them with you. I have many other on my Pinterest board "Everything for the Nursery" which you can follow here.


Where can I even begin in this room fit for a prince or princess? Not surprising the lucky baby girl would be the daughter of none other than designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent. Nate is the ultimate example that texture rules. The sheepskin, the matchstick marble looking wallpaper, the straw basket, the mirrors, the gold ornate frames...check out the rest via this months Architectural Digest! Stunning Nate!


This nursery by LayBabyLay is the perfect example of a gender neutral nursery. It's grown up but still juvenile. It also has everything you need and nothing you don't! You have to see the rest of the nursery, it's beautiful!


This nursery designed by Jamie Meares via LonnyMag plays with texture and contrast.  


Keeping a neutral scheme is easy. Just play with different textures, and contrast. Of course grouping objects together creates more visual impact like the chair and baskets. Layering a beautiful rug on top of a neutral boring carpet pulls the room together. Can you imagine that rug not there? It would fall flat. Sources here via Lonny.


White walls, grasscloth ceiling an minimal furniture keep this small nursery from feeling too  cramped despite it's small measurements.  See the home here via CharlestonMag.


This nursery designed by Amy Fjeldsted for Babykins Magazine editor Priscila Barros used texture pattern and punches of colour to create a warm and soothing nursery.  Though I love a good ceiling treatment I'd have to say my favourite is the velvety blue chair and sheepskin rug on top. The heart blanket rocks too.


Via Smitten Studio the carpet, dark floors, light furnishings and that pouf?!?!? Ugh, so lovely!

Out of the 7 nurseries, which is your fave? Obviously I put my favourite first!!!! Love, love, love it!

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