15 Gender-Neutral Baby Clothing & Nursery Decor Ideas

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Gender norms are no longer everyone's norm. From gender-neutral baby clothing to gender-neutral nursery decor ideas, parents have so many ways to let their children explore themselves fully. Even if you're simply waiting to be surprised by your baby's sex, gender-neutral baby items are always a safe bet for any upcoming arrival.

Besides forgoing gender stereotypes, there are plenty of reasons why parents chose to buy gender-neutral baby clothes. Maybe they'd like to recycle them for future kids or they don't yet know the sex of their newborn. Whatever the case may be, unisex baby clothes can be a great alternative to your run-of-the mill pink and blue merchandise on the shelves.

Personally, as someone who has yet to have kids, I feel like a gender neutral gift is far more unique than anything in traditional sex colors. It requires you to be a little more creative when shopping, and instead of color, you can focus on other factors like animal preference, pattern, and comfort. Whether you're the one who's expecting or are shopping for a friend, these picks for unisex clothes and nursery decor are just as adorable as anything you'll see in pink and blue.

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1Gerber Unisex Baby 2 Pack Coveralls

Gerber Unisex Baby 2 Pack Coverall (Newborn - 24 Months), $13, Amazon

These adorable coveralls are the perfect in-between for onesies and footsie pajamas. They feature an adorable teddy bear and star designs that work for either a boy or a girl. It's also machine-washable, making laundry easy.

2Magnificent Baby Unisex Baby Hooded Bear Jacket

Magnificent Baby Unisex Baby Hooded Bear Jacket (0-24 Months), $30-40, Amazon

Your baby will feel snuggly warm in this bear-y nice fur jacket. You'll definitely appreciate that the onesie swaps buttons for magnets, which means there will be less fuss about getting it on.

3"I'll Have Your Finest House White" Onesie

Faybeline Boutique Baby Onesie "I'll Have Your Finest House White" (0-12 Month), $20, Amazon

There's nothing like a punny onesie to make you smile a little extra more when you see your baby. Made from 100 percent cotton, this onesie features three snaps at the bottom that allows for easy changing, soft fabric, and a funny punchline that makes it suitable for tons of photo opts.

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4Woolino Naptime & Play Rug For Babies

Woolino Naptime & Play Rug for Babies, $66, Amazon

White is about as gender neutral as it gets. This play rug adds an element of luxury to your nursery. The hypoallergenic lambskin makes it safe for baby to roll around on and is soft enough to be used for nap time. Just throw it in the wash when it's time for cleaning — it's that easy.

5Schylling Tin Hot Air Balloon Mobile Toy

Schylling Tin Hot Air Balloon Mobile Toy, $23, Amazon

Your baby's dreams will soar high to the sky, thanks to this adorable mobile toy. Each balloon is uniquely decorated, adding a refreshing burst of color to the nursery. Your baby won't stop looking at these colorful hot air balloons as they dangle from above the crib.

6Pandawill Table Light White Art Light

Pandawill Table Light White Art Light, $19, Amazon

A simple night light with carved moon and stars will have your little one sleep soundly. Babies will be mesmerized by the moon and stars that this table light emits. The best part is that this night light will stay in style as your baby grows up into a big kid.

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7Nordstrom Baby Print Bunting Jacket

Nordstrom Baby Print Bunting Jacket (Newborn - 9 Months), $42, Nordstrom

The soft quilted pattern and fleece lining on this jacket ensures that your kid stays toasty from head to toe. A snap-up front makes it easy to put on and take off, plus folded mitts and footsies are added for extra warmth. Cuddles with your snuggly baby after putting on this jacket are not required, but strongly recommended.

8Sock Monkey Blanket

Sock Monkey Blanket, $44, Uncommon Goods

A friendly monkey always makes for a perfect blanket design. Made from 75 percent recycled cotton, this adorable blanket is cozy enough for nap time. And because it's made from recycled cotton, you'll feel good knowing that it's environmentally friendly.

9Diaper Loading Babysuit

Diaper Loading Babysuit, $22, Uncommon Goods

They say every party has a pooper, and if that sounds like your baby, then you need this onesie. Featuring a funny diaper loading screen print on the front, this cheeky babysuit will give others a preview of what's to come next time your tyke rolls around. It's also made with 100 percent certified organic cotton that's comfortable enough for your baby to move around in.

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10Elegant Baby Dog Knit Blanket

Elegant Baby Dot Knit Blanket, $45, Nordstrom

This elegant-looking knit blanket turns your nursery into a stylish abode. Your little one will love its playful dog print and soft touch. It's made from grey and white fabric and features a blue stripe on the hem line that's neutral enough for a boy or a girl.

11Foxnovo Caterpillar Style Newborn Handmade Crochet Set

Foxnovo Caterpillar Style Newborn Handmade Crochet Set, $12, Amazon

Your newborn will be snuggled and looking stinkin' cute in this crochet caterpillar set. It's made from blue and green knit design that's suitable for anyone between the ages of three to nine months, especially if they love a good photo shoot.

12Nursery Prints That Encourage A Little Dreaming

Nautical Nursery Prints, $20, Amazon

Let your baby's dreams set sail. Inspire your baby to dream big from the very beginning by hanging up these nautical prints around the nursery. They're created with muted colors that compliment any kid's bedroom.

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13Trend Lab Elephant Mobile

Trend Lab Elephant Mobile, 45, Amazon

Although its wind-up music box makes this mobile a bit old school, it's also what makes it charming. You'll appreciate that the elephants are angled down, so your baby can see the faces instead of their backs. And speaking of the elephants, they're painted in a cheerful mint green hue, which makes them incredibly cute.

14Nordstrom Baby Cotton Bodysuits

Nordstrom Baby Cotton Bodysuits (Newborn - 12 Months), $29, Nordstrom

Cotton bodysuits are a basic necessity in every baby's wardrobe. They're easy to put on, take off, and throw in the wash. What makes these rompers so perfect is that they're made from 100 percent cotton, which gives your baby freedom to move around.

15Little Me Unisex Footie And Cap Set

Little Me Unisex Footie and Cap Set (Preemie - 9 Months), $14, Amazon

Animals can work for anyone, like this adorable printed giraffe set. It features sturdy front button snaps and is made from soft cotton that will keep your baby warm but not sweating. The matching hat adds a cute touch to the cozy ensemble.

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