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Neutral Baby Bedding Choices to Keep Your Options Open

By AngEngland |

Selecting a neutral décor for your nursery is ideal for those that don’t want to find out in advance the sex of their coming baby. Going with a neutral scheme is also perfect for parents who want a bedding ensemble and nursery theme that can go the distance from this pregnancy and serve future children to save money and time spent redecorating. These choices are also ideal when more than one child shares the bedroom.

So with those advantages in mind, let’s check out this gallery of fun options that work for whatever the stork brings.

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Gender Neutral Baby Bedding Choices

Blue and Green Dot Crib

Super adorable geometric shapes to catch your baby’s eye! Featuring the colors blue, lime green, white, and black to go great with any room, any season! This 4 piece crib set is $354 and available at Baby Bedding. It is perfect way to have something that can be enjoyed not just in infancy, but can grow with your little one.

Are you planning on a gender specific crib set or a gender neutral bedding set?

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About AngEngland



Ang England is a freelance writer, editor, blogger, massage therapist and founder of the DIY website, Untrained Housewife. She is a former home decor and DIY contributor to Babble.

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2 thoughts on “Neutral Baby Bedding Choices to Keep Your Options Open

  1. AmandaP says:

    Please note that the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy stating that crib bumpers should NEVER be used in infants’ cribs. It’s been linked to SIDS. I don’t care how cute it looks, I know I won’t be using one for my little one due in February. Chicago has already banned the sale of bumpers.

    The AAP says no to the breathable bumpers too. It’s just not worth the risk.

  2. Roslynn says:

    Some of them are super cute. Love the western one. Just wanted to reiterate what the previous poster said- Please remember that bumpers are not needed in cribs, and pose more of a danger than they are a help. Check out “Wonder Bumpers” for an alternative!!! I’d love to see their bedding sets featured on here sometime.

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