Decorating a kids bedroom is one of the most fun projects you can ever take on. The sky is the limit in terms of creativity. It’s all about exercising imagination and embracing the wonders of childhood. There is a lot of inspiration out there for girls’ bedrooms and boys’ bedrooms, but what about the brothers and sisters who share a bedroom and thus need something gender neutral? Or the kids that simply don’t want something expressly feminine or masculine?
It’s totally possible to decorate a gender neutral kids bedroom without losing all the fun and creativity. The word “neutral” doesn’t automatically have to equal “boring.” There are a lot of things you can do to infuse imagination into a bedroom that suits both boys and girls.
You can go with a black and white color scheme or embrace all the colors of the rainbow. The main thing to keep in mind is what the kids that will be living in it love and do your best to bring that to life in the decor.
Here are 10 inspiring ideas for gender neutral bedroom decor for kids.
Gender Neutral Bedroom Ideas for Kids
A splash of different colors makes this kids bedrooms whimsical without being wholly feminine or masculine.
Source: Cup of Jo
The star-shaped light fixture is wonderfully whimsical and brings some personality to this modern space.
Source: Copy Cat Chic
This coastal bedroom is perfect for a vacation retreat.
Source: Better Homes & Gardens
Colorful books line the shelves and bring lots of character to this simple kids bedroom.
Source: Rue Magazine
Black, white and gray are a perfect palette for a gender neutral kid’s room.
Source: Fawn Over Baby
Gold also works very well as an accent in a gender neutral kid’s room to bring some depth to a black and white palette.
Source: The Every Girl
This clean space is sophisticated but fun with the rope ladder and bunk beds.
Source: Home Bunch
The patterns at work in this room are elegant but the colors are subdued, making it perfect for a shared bedroom.
Source: Hillary Littlejohn Scurtis via Dering Hall
Yellow is a wonderfully gender neutral color that is especially chic when paired with black and white.
Orange is another great gender neutral color. The color in this room can easily be switched out over time as the kids grow.
Source: Apartment Therapy
Let your imagination run wild!