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Design a child’s room that’s gender-neutral and super stylish.


Going gender-neutral is a practical decorating choice for a nursery, or for when a boy and girl are sharing a room.
If you’re preparing the nest for an imminent new arrival and have avoided the temptation to find out the sex of the baby go for a monochrome scheme that will work equally well for either sex.With clever use of paint, prints and accessories you will be able to create a room you’ll feel proud to bring your baby home to.These Lego storage cubes are not only stylish, but extremely practical.Great for a modern space, they look good as standalone pieces or stacked one on top of the other.This contemporary look will work for your child for years to come and can be easily updated as your child grows.

Choose a plain backdrop for displaying bright, modern artwork and unusual furniture.Keep your child stimulated with a teepee tent made from white cotton and wooden sticks.This creative little hideaway will provide a cosy retreat to while away the day.Fill it with colourful cushions and toys so they will never be bored.Pair with a white cot, accessories in primary colours and soft,sheer muslin curtains for an understated nursery that you and your child will be happy to spend time in.