A light palette of blues and sands creates a calm, relaxing atmosphere in this nursery designed on season four of HGTV Design Star. Contestant Dan also adds elements like a daybed and entertainment area so the room can grow with the baby.
The goal for this nursery was to make a space that felt calming, relaxing and breezy. The designer layered textures with warm neutral tones—white, creams, gold—to achieve the look, then added plants for a rich dose of color.
This Alaskan inspired baby boy's nursery is the perfect blend of masculinity and elegance. The cool blues are calming, while natural wood furniture brings a rugged touch to the space. Faux fur details help bring the Alaskan design to life, while the chair and ottomans in the sitting area help to add texture to the space, creating a functional, elegant nursery perfect for little boys.
A nursery design should calm baby and parents alike. A soft, neutral color palette accented with botanical artwork does just that. Hang framed prints symmetrically above the crib for a look that feels both clean and organic. This is also a great idea for the perpetual houseplant killer – you get the color of nature without the upkeep.
The couple is expecting their second child, so they knew it was time to make some changed to the layout of their home. They had a new "big girl" room designed for their first child, and created this beautiful, modern nursery for their soon-to-arrive second child. The space is calming and has nothing extra-only the simple, elegant necessities. The crib and changing table are white with wood trim, an ode to the simple elegance of nature. The curtains, with their heavy texture, help to block light from the space and extend floor to ceiling to help make this small nursery look larger. The chandelier is modern as well and gives the room a unique touch.