Gender Neutral Nursery

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I love redoing my home! Also known by my husband as an addiction? But I love to paint and update and get new items. Even if it just re arranging my living room or daughter’s bedroom, it just makes everything feel fresh and new. I am currently in the middle of a kitchen remodel… but it’s never to early to start thinking about another room, is it?

For my first week my scheme is geared towards a gender neutral nursery. The soft pottery and green say soft, delicate, and fresh. You may be thinking, oh that pottery color is a little to pink for a boy. But I think that if you turned the white into the main color, the green into the first accent, and did the pottery color in a rug, vase, or pillow. You could pull it off. Honestly though, the colors could go in just about every room in your house. I would also like this for a living room and master bedroom.

So here it is! My first color scheme for a gender neutral nursery.

Here are the main colors:

This lovely pinky-beige color is called Pottery Beige.
This white is called Architectural White.They really thought of the perfect name for this, its called Calm Forest.

The nice thing about all of these colors is that they could be interchangeable for which one is the main color and the other two for accents. In my head I had Pottery Beige as the man color. Architectural White was the first accent color, and Calm Forest was the second accent.

Take a look at these inspiration boards to help you to get the ideas flowing.

I hope these give you some ideas for your space. What room would you update with these colors?

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  1. Bryce Rae

    June 12, 2017 at 12:46 am

    I do like them, but I’m not sure what I would use those colors for. Good on you for going gender neutral . So many people are in a hurry to find out if they are having a boy or girl before they paint / paper / whatever.
    You say you’re- doing your kitchen. I’m Jealous . I want a new kitchen as well.

    1. rfolger

      June 12, 2017 at 12:51 am

      I think that is the hardest part, finding where to do what colors! Oh my kitchen remodel is going very slowly, to say the least haha. it has been a process, I just got the paint up and have been procrastinating on trying to take off the current back splash tile, which I am not looking forward to.

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