Gender-Neutral Nursery

Think beyond pink and blue with a gender-neutral nursery that's both cheerful and serene.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionTaking cues from nature, the homeowners choose serene green and yellow for the walls and accessorize with bursts of red.

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Soothing green walls with butter yellow stripes offset the white furniture, making it feel pure and fresh, not antiseptic. Punches of red in the chair and changing table energize the room. Cheerful clouds in shades of blue, white and gray decorate the ceiling, giving the baby something to see while lying in the crib. Together these colors of nature create a harmonious environment for the whole family.

Did You Know?
Green is a harmonizing, soothing color, considered a neutral in nature. It's a good color for children because it promotes tolerance. Yellow is also an excellent choice for a nursery because most children associate yellow with happiness. Both green and yellow are gender-neutral.

paint: walls (Grasslands); trim (Simply White); ceiling (Athabaska and Glace Bay) - Benjamin Moore

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