Grey Gender Neutral Nursery

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I have been taking a bit of a break from my site. Why would I do that? Well we found out in July that I am pregnant with our second child! We couldn’t be more excited! Having a second child means that I get to redo our spare-room, or “junk storing room” as I like to call it, and create a beautiful new nursery! So what do I do? Head to Pinterest of course!

If you are at all familiar with previous posts I have written, you know I am a die-hard for grey. So that was my first search, grey nursery ideas. Here are a few of my favorites that came up.

Grey Nursery

I just love how clean this grey nursery looks from Apartment Therapy! It seems like it is very fresh and would be a great place to snuggle up and read a bedtime story.

Grey Nursery

This teal, yellow, and grey nursery from Project Nursery is a great example of how to add colors in to the basic grey. They kept grey as the base color and lightly added accent colors with out going overboard.

After scouring Pinterest I moved over to amazon for my paint ideas. I wanted to keep with a mainly grey nursery so that when we find out what the gender will be I can go through and add a few pops of color. These are the colors I chose:

Antique WhiteAntique SterlingChalk SuedeThe nice thing about these three colors is you could use any of them in any type of combination. For a lighter, more airy feeling room you can use the top two colors at primary and secondary and then throw in a pop of blue or even the darker grey to bring out the accents. Or, if you want a more rich look you can choose the lower two and add maybe a navy or coral color.

Here are some great inspiration boards to give you more ideas on how you can make these colors work for your grey nursery.

This one would be good for an all grey room.

Here, is a good choice for a boy or lighter teal colors for a girl. I am in love with the cute little blocks! For a dual purpose, you could start taking month-by month photos with the baby in them.

The third option I have to show you is a beautiful coral and grey nursery combo. This is a great combination for a little girl. What’s great about this combination is that it is something they could grow into. Then, you wouldn’t have to change the colors as soon as they get into the toddler years.

Again, any of these options look clean and fresh. A nice thing about the grey colors is that you can add any color that you prefer and make it your own style. Plus, you can easily switch out the color if you are a person who likes to change their decor frequently.

What color would you add to a grey nursery to make it pop?

Want more nursery inspiration? Check out this color scheme for another great gender neutral nursery!



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