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Frequently Asked Gender Neutral Bedroom Furniture Questions

Gender Neutral Bedroom Furniture by Ashley
Furnishing a kid’s bedroom can be a challenge. But with premium designs and materials, Ashley makes it easy to find the perfect pieces that suit your home, your child and their unique style personality. From sturdy kids headboards to kids storage to cozy kids rugs, you won’t find a selection of gender neutral bedroom furniture that compares in price and quality.

What Colors are Gender Neutral?
When choosing gender neutral colors, you’ll quickly realize that there are so many to choose from. For infants and toddlers, you can choose colors like dandelion, muted oranges, greens and light reds to add personality and bright pops of color. You can juxtapose these accent colors with neutrals on bedding, curtains, decor, and furniture to create an elegant look. If you prefer a clean neutral palette, stick to colors like cream, gray, black and white.

How to Decorate a Gender Neutral Bedroom?
Decorating a child’s room in a gender neutral way doesn’t have to be a challenge – just view it as another room in your home and think of the accents you would normally include to add personality. Simply remove gendered colors and designs to truly make it into the neutral space that you desire. Accents like wall art, picture frames, throw pillows, storage canisters and drapes all work within most gender neutral bedrooms. If your children are sharing a room, check out these solutions that will get their room in tip-top shape.

Bedroom Styles for a Gender Neutral Room?
When choosing styles for gender neutral rooms, look for more mature motifs that aren’t gendered in any way. Rustic, contemporary and modern styles can be easily incorporated in a child’s room. All you have to do to add whimsy and playfulness by incorporating colors, textiles and patterns. Bright prints, decor and art featuring childlike characters and animals easily make rooms feel like a space for children rather than adults.