Boy, Girl, Baby

Despite medical advancements and modern capabilities, many parents-to-be opt to leave the sex of their unborn baby unknown. Many of today's pregnant moms are in search of ideas and inspiration for a neutral nursery's and boy do we have ideas!

When buying a crib for a baby whose sex will remain unknown until its arrival, its best not to lean too much in either direction, i.e. a crib that's too girly or too masculine. You can't go wrong however, with any number of the wood or iron cribs that Bratt Decor offers. Our cribs from the Heritage, Dick, Chelsea, Casablanca, and Venetian lines come in a variety of colors that can be played up either way once the baby's sex is determined.

These cribs are sleek and classic in design and transcend sex. A way then to increase femininity or masculine appeal once the baby is born is all in the bedding. You can dress up your baby's crib and apply traditional boy/girl color schemes and themes. Or, as many new parents do, you can buy neutral bedding in advance, which usually consist of pale yellows, greens, and blues. Also, with baby bedding designers becoming more modern you are bound to find fun, gender-friendly colors that you wouldn't always expect. Chocolate colors like brown and latte are becoming fast favorites for expecting parents.

Fight the impulse to decorate your nursery in the usual blues and pinks that inhabit the nurseries of many little boys and girls. Think outside of the box, use colors that new parents normally wouldn't consider. Paint murals that would stimulate any baby, not ones that are sex specific.

Bratt Decor also offers accessory pieces like fennels, mirrors, dressers, changing tables, nightstands, armoires, bookshelves, area rugs, and lighting that are gender neutral and great for any nursery.