There are good reasons to go gender neutral for your child’s room. There’s a practical sense: you have a boy and a girl sharing one room and you want to avoid World War III. You don’t want to redecorate again when child #2 comes along (let alone #3, #4….). Or, you’re waiting until the actual birth to reveal your baby’s sex. There’s also a philosophical point of view: you want your child to decide what they like, without preconceived notions of what’s considered appropriate for girls versus boys. Here are several approaches to color that make rooms work for either sex from soft muted tones like beige and white to colorful ones. Enjoy the roundup!