What is the best way to decorate a baby's room, gender unknown?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 16, 2017
    Keep the colors neutral for now.soft yellow,green.Look for accessories that will coordinate for both genders,just enough until the little tike is here.
  • Susan Savarese Susan Savarese on May 16, 2017
    Hi Barbara! I'd do a white crib and changing table and then maybe gray on the walls. I saw this picture and thought it was so cute.
  • Elizabeth Dion Elizabeth Dion on May 16, 2017
    I would use yellows and greens in the room to keep it gender neutral. Are you handy at sewing? Create a cute bedding ensemble with or without a canopy over the crib. Have you considered a theme for the room? Perhaps some cute woodland animals? I would paint one accent wall in the nursery in wide stripes and add a couple of wall lights, and in time, the baby's name in those cardboard letters like you can buy at Hobby Lobby and decorate yourself. Things don't need to be expensive to be cute!
  • Mindy Mindy on May 16, 2017
    There are inexpensive wall decals you can buy. you can find anything from jungle animals, Dr. Seuss, trees, animals of all kinds etc
  • Sharon Susa Courchesne Sharon Susa Courchesne on May 16, 2017
    I think neutrals are always safe (beiges, soft grey) and then it won't be too babyish as the child ages. You can find cute prints online (Etsy is great) & buy inexpensive frames. You can then easily update your prints as the child ages.
  • Dave Mc Dave Mc on May 16, 2017
    We used orange and green ... it was early 1970 ... go figure! :-)
  • Julies1949 Julies1949 on May 16, 2017
    You can save money on paint at Habitat for Humanity ReStores or at the paint store where the wrong colors are returned.
  • Brianna Spittle Brianna Spittle on May 17, 2017
    I am currently getting ready to host a baby shower for my sister in law and they are not finding out what they are having and the shower theme is "welcome to the world your adventure awaits" so lots of globes and vinta maps.
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