Do you want to create a beautiful gender neutral kids’ room? We get you. Kids’ interiors are far too gendered most of the time, and it’s good to break out of that mold and create something fun and unique. Before we get started, let’s get one thing straight: any sort of kids’ room can be gender-neutral. It’s perfectly natural for a little girl to love blue or a little boy to love pink! Yet, if you want the decor to be free of those associations, there are a few tricks you can use!
What child doesn’t love animals? A good way to make the perfect space for a little one is to draw on their unique tastes, and an interior like this one does just that. We can imagine this bedroom enchanting a child with a passion for the Amazonian rainforest. Or even just one who really loves birds, or has a pet parrot. And the cloud lamp adds a unique touch, doesn’t it?
While blue is often associated with little boys, there are ways of adding a delicate, feminine touch to the color. Indeed, you can’t call this project particularly masculine or feminine. This deeper, less childish shade of blue adds a more ambiguous touch to the design. From the air balloon bed to the sky-themed accessories, the bedroom is simply magical. And remember, magic isn’t gendered!
While bold colors are nice, you can’t deny that pastels are associated with childhood. For babies, this comes from the need to create a perfectly relaxing ambiance. But that goes for both boys and girls! Indeed, if you stick to very soft pastels and either avoid or combine colors associated with certain genders, you can create a delicate bedroom that will nurture any child.
Once you’ve freed yourself from the expectation of designing a room for a specific gender, you can create something much more magical and personal. Indeed, it’s the perfect opportunity to make the concept of the room match the child’s tastes! So, how about an aeronaut themed bedroom? This amazing project by AB+Partners would delight any little child who dreams of touching the sky.