1.) Create a theme: Themes don’t have to be limited to cars and flowers.  Gender neutral themes can range from animals to musical instruments! Teach your children early about shapes, colors and numbers with gender neutral themes.

2.) Choose furniture for the future: When buying nursery furniture, buy furniture in natural woods, white, or black to use for future siblings! We often buy furniture that is only for one child.  Gender neutral finishes will be more versatile for the future.

3.) Gender neutral colors are beautiful: Whether you choose the pastel side of the color spectrum: sage greens, butter yellows, and tans or the saturated side with espresso browns, reds, and gold.  Gender neutral rooms can have colors that compliment or contrast each other.  Add neutral trim colors to bring the room together effortlessly.

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4.) Furniture styles can be versatile: Avoid furniture that has a lot of ornamentation and adornment. Furniture with script detailing and complicated woodworking can be perceived as being favored to one gender or the other. Instead consider modern clean lines that will suit both genders.

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