How to decorate a gender-neutral kids’ room
Creater a gender-neutral space for your child with these mindful decorating tips.
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Forget gender stereotypes and decorate your kids room or nursery in a way that expresses their individual personality. 247 Blinds offered some tips and tricks on how to be gender inclusive when decorating a kids bedroom.
A neutral backdrop
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A blank canvas is the starting point for any room. But when brainstorming a gender-neutral kids room, have a neutral colour palette in mind to build on. Not only are neutral colours super calming but they have no preconceived connotations.
Incorporate block colours
Now that you have your neutral background, it’s time to introduce a splash of colour. Go for bold pops of colour rather than more traditional pastel shades. Try a striking teal, warm sunset orange or sunshine yellow.
According to the Pinterest trend report, search around ‘Inclusive Educational Posters’ has increased by 91% since last year. Rather than choosing artwork and homewares that promote stereotypical gender messages, choose interiors that evoke positive thoughts and inclusivity.
A nod to nature
Rather than sticking to more traditional and stereotyped hobbies such as football or fairies, decorate a kids room with educational pointers in mind. Incorporate images that evoke nature or perhaps the alphabet to encourage everyday thinking and learning.
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