3 Gender Neutral Nurseries We Love

3 Gender Neutral Nurseries We Love

There’s something about lovingly creating a room just for your babe that’s undeniably special. Your nursery is likely to see many a magical memory made, from gooey eyes exchanged with your bub during the 3am feed while the rest of the world sleeps, to first words and even her first wobbly steps, so it pays to deck it out with fittingly precious pieces.

Yep, styling the nursery for your incoming offspring – or updating your little one’s space at any stage, in fact – is a joy. Yet often, sourcing tasteful gender-neutral pieces with which to adorn it can mean literally hours spent Googling the likes of ‘unisex nursery art’.

So, in the name of lending a helping hand to likeminded mamas everywhere, we have pulled together a behind-the-scenes look at the unisex pieces (and where to source them) that went into styling three of our favourite nurseries on Instagram.

1) Gold Coast haven by @pania_miajade

The contrasting textures and earthy tones in this Queensland unisex nursery had us at hello.

  • Wall prints: @palm.and.paper
  • Rattan mobile: @theminiaturetreasury
  • Rainbow shelf: @oakstudiosaus
  • Sheets/linen: @brixton.phoenix from @oakie.baby
  • Cushion: @perfectlypear

2) Rainbow room by @sublimeezyme

Emma shared with us that she hand-painted this stunning yellow rainbow on the wall above the cot herself, and we’re a little (lot) in love.
  • Kids Canopy: By Kiin Baby
  • Fitted cot sheet (in Sunshine): from @theyoungfolkcollective
  • Mobile: @april.and.may
  • Cot: @ikea_australia

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3) Cosmic wonderland by @helloleahamy

Rockets and rainbows and rompers, oh my! This gender-neutral nursery shows how the tiniest details – like the stunning handles Leah added to her Ikea dresser – can make a room.
  • Wall decals: @blossomandpear
  • Change table cover: @blossomandpear
  • Dresser: @ikea_australia (Songesand)
  • Dresser handles: @igrabaustralia
  • Rompers: @bencerandhazelnut

Inspired? You can find more beautiful gender-neutral nursery décor pieces here (you’re welcome).

Words by Rebecca Hanley

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