Many parents-to-be choose not to find out the sex of their baby, but it doesn’t mean you need to wait to decorate the nursery. There are plenty of oh-so-sweet designs that will work whether you have a little boy or girl.
Animals, seal life and the alphabet are all good choices or you can centre the room around a colour – or colours.
Use Statement Wallpapers
Covering one wall of your baby's room in a fun wallpaper will bring the whole space to life - even if it's tiny. And there are thousands of wallpaper styles to choose from, so you're bound to find one that's exactly the gender neutral style you're after.
Add Colourful Touches
If you're style's very minimalist, you don't need to compromise on it to bring your bub's room to life. Small pops of colour here and there will brighten it up, without going OTT.
Use A Modern Theme
If your style's very modern, stock up on fun art works and printed pillows to cover your baby's room with. Green, yellow and orange are all great gender neutral colours to incorporate.
Painting a baby's room black and white doesn't have to be depressing. How CUTE are those panda pillows?!
Run With An Animal Theme
Animals are a great option for a gender neutral design. And how about that cot? We love.
Mix Yellow And Grey
Yellow and grey make for a VERY chic nursery, as this pic proves.
Turn Things Around
Whoever said the baby’s cot had to sit horizontally against the wall? Mix things up and position it in this way instead.
Use A Map
A huge map is a great alternative to wallpaper and a brilliant statement piece for your baby's room. Plus it's definitely not too feminine or masculine.
Give It A Vintage Do-Over
If you're into vintage decor, now's your time to shine. You can have lots of fun upcycling old pieces of furniture or shopping for retro hand-me-downs - like this gorgeous trailer cot.
Run With An Car Theme
Car enthusiasts take note; they're neither too girly or masculine as this kooky nursery proves.