My all time favorite color palette for a gender neutral toddler room or nursery is yellow and green. These two bright primaries along with some neutral browns and grays make the perfect playful room for your kiddo.
Whether your home has a gray neutral foundation or leans more into earthy browns and woods, this palette can flex to fit. Yellow and greens look beautiful with a soft blue gray or a darker wood brown. For a more clean, sleek, modern look, I prefer the gray base. That way you can add pops of brown throughout with furniture, shelves, and other accent pieces.
- Light Gray: HEX# E2E2E2
- Medium Brown: HEX# AE967B
This look is so super fun because it has so many bright and playful secondary colors. I'd recommend a few shades of yellow (light for larger items like bedding, curtains and rugs, and a darker yellow for small accent pieces like this adorable lion rocker). Add a few oranges and greens to the mix and you have this lovely playful safari feel. You can also swap out green for blues if you want a more masculine look. Or a bright teal if you want to remain gender neutral but more modern and less safari. Overall, this palette is super versatile and with some of the great items pictured above, you're kiddo is sure to love it!
- Bright Yellow: HEX# F9E690
- Light Yellow: HEX# FEF3C2
- Bright Orange: HEX# F8C77F
- Bright Green: HEX# E5EB9C
If you want to enjoy summer all year round, this look is perfect! It's modern, fresh, and fun and perfect for your little girl's bedroom decor.