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Gender Neutral Nursery Ideas

Whether you’re patiently waiting to find out your baby’s gender or you simply want a neutral and minimalist design, we’ve put together four of our favourite gender neutral nursery designs to inspire you.

Gender Neutral Nursery Ideas

Whether you’re patiently waiting to find out your baby’s gender or you simply want a neutral and minimalist design, we’ve put together four of our favourite gender neutral nursery designs to inspire you.

We love this minimalist nursery shared by Decor Pad. If you want a scheme that both you and your little ones can enjoy for years to come, and is appropriate for both genders, a white and grey colour palette is perfect. It is also creates an incredibly calm and soothing environment.

If you are limited with space too, the more minimal the design the better, and we like that instead of a traditional changing table, this nursery features a simple changing pad on top of chest of draws. Paired with a rug pad underneath so it doesn’t slip, this is ideal. Having a large piece of furniture in a small space, that won’t be needed in the future is unnecessary.

We’re also a big fan of the storage basket to hide the clutter of baby items. From toys to laundry, it’s a simple way to create more space and can be a feature for the room too.

Our mountain throw and playmat would compliment a nursery like this perfectly. Made by our trusted manufacturers from woven cotton and designed to withstand the rough and tumble of family life.



We love the soft tones and natural wood in this nursery image shared by Chantelle Grady, with a touch of scandi design. When you don’t want to add wallpaper that your baby will grow out of, adding framed prints is a great way to keep the room looking young, and a bold rug like the example in this photo is a great touch if anything too minimal isn’t your thing.

Our favourite feature however, is the subtle and fun giraffe theme. Aside from the giraffe toys and prints, check out the lampshades which are subtly giraffe shaped. Sadly it looks like they are only available in the US though (you can buy them here).

Our cashmere throw would work perfectly in a nursery like this, and can be used as a blanket or scarf for mum too.



Stars in nursery rooms have become increasingly popular, and we particularly love the way that stars have been combined with other shapes and patterns here by Pottery Barn. Again, this nursery design is gender neutral with a simple and stylish grey and white colour palette, and it is especially bright to create a peaceful space. 

It’s no surprise that we think our star play throw would perfectly compliment this nursery. It’s ideal for playing on too.

And lastly, our favourite, as shared by Oh.Eight.Oh.Nine on the Mini Style Blog. The black and white Scandi décor, combined with prints and a touch of natural, tan and green, gives this space a real clean and modern feel. We also love the touch of organic textures through the wood, leather, wool and natural greens to soften the monochrome.

Again this design includes a changing pad on top of a chest of draws, keeping the space as simple and clutter free as possible. We could see our cashmere throw hanging off wooden cot…ready to wrap baby in.

— Meet Şeyma —


She runs one of our workshops out in Turkey where our MORI throws are made. Having established the workshop over 9 years ago, she has been recognised as one of the top ten women entrepreneurs in the region. She loves creating and producing, and we’re so proud to say that she is one of our talented makers. 

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