If your crib is situated in a dark portion of your nursery, a pendant light may be a great option. For safety, hang the pendant on the far end of the crib and high enough that’s it’s out of baby’s reach. Woven, basket-like pendants made of materials like wicker or rattan are totally on-trend, and their natural color can blend with just about any color palette.
This eclectic nursery mixes colors and styles into a creative, energetic space. The elements include a glider, contemporary dresser, blue and white striped area rug, lime green walls, midcentury modern floor lamp and a creative, tree-shaped bookshelf.
These fabric hoops are an easy way to add pattern and color – and a healthy dose of country style – to your walls. Fabric swatches can easily be swapped out, making this a timeless and versatile craft.
A neutral colored wall, white crib and white rug serve as a springboard for fun layers of pattern and color in this nursery.That the colors come from the bed linens, art and pillows means they can be easily switched out to create a completely different feel.
Children's rooms offer a chance to be playful, more so than in adult spaces such as lounges and living rooms. For a touch of whimsy, a table lamp made of stacked teapots with a woven seagrass shade is at home atop the side table next to Orly's rocker. The playfulness is appropriate for a nursery, and the organic shade fits perfectly with the all-natural aesthetic geared toward adult guests.
This nursery is full of energy from touches of orange against a neutral taupe backdrop to layered patterns and child-friendly greenery. The addition of a painted zigzag pattern to the ceiling gives the baby something stimulating to look at while lying down in the crib.
Black and white arrow-printed wallpaper sets the tone for this eclectic, mature nursery. A turquoise, over-dyed rug brings a playful pop of color to the neutral space. Scandinavian-style furniture is both sleek and gender-neutral.
With this magic carriage, dreams can come true. The crib features a front faux leather seat and a built-in changing table that appears as a rear "luggage rack" for carriage passengers. The fairytale theme is further enhanced with a whimsical mural and pastel hues.
In this imaginative nursery, a custom mural inspired by Maurice Sendak's children's book, Where the Wild Things Are, makes a magical setting. Bright yellow curtains are a fun pairing, adding warmth and energy to the room's cool palette.
Just a few inches from the glider is a stowed-away Murphy bed. Originally, its exterior was covered in a red-toned wood laminate, something too adult and too formal for a nursery. By updating it with custom vinyl wallcovering in the same palette as the room's decor, it now fits in perfectly, blending in with the other design elements.