This contemporary nursery, designed by StudioHue, features gray walls with pops of color for a whimsical touch. The neutral background tone highlights the furnishings and other decorations in the room, such as this stuffed animal threesome, which is ready to be picked up and hugged at a moment's notice.
This imaginative nursery is thoroughly cute without being a bit cutesy. A neutral palette of soft browns, black, gold and white keeps the bold prints in check while allowing their fun personality to shine.
Pastel Colored Baby's Room With Handmade Wall Decal
HGTV fan BrunetteMommy added a sweet detail to her nursery without lifting a paintbrush. The tree with tiny pink birds is actually a handmade wall decal from Etsy.com. Affordable and easy to apply, the decal can be removed when the nursery later transitions to a big girl room.
This fun, contemporary nursery is gender-neutral and features soft lighting with layered window treatments, a lively-printed wallpaper on the ceiling and soft, comfortable flooring. Modern furniture, like the crib and gliding chair, marry function and design in the space.
Neutral Nursery With White Vintage Dresser Changing Table
In this neutral nursery, a vintage dresser does double duty as a changing table for now but can later return to its original function when the child is older. Above it, a dark-framed oval mirror echoes the style of the crib and the classic hardware on the dresser drawers.
Southwestern style is having a major moment right now, and with it we’re seeing fresh ways to use classic pieces. Here, mounted antlers are used to hold a dream catcher and printed banner, but you can use antlers to display a variety of things. When searching for pieces to display, use the dessert as inspiration. Think cacti and warm, sun-baked tones like terra cotta.
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.
Sitting Area Adds Texture in Ombré Mountain Nursery
In this corner of the space, a comfortable sitting area is positioned under the natural light of a large window. The high-armed chair and two ottomans make the perfect place for late night feedings and middle-of-the night wake up calls. All three of these pieces, with their unique fabrics, give the space lots of texture and help to complement the color and pattern of the Ombré mountains on the walls.
Soft blue-gray blue walls pair with a bold pink changing table and green wingback glider to create this adorable nursery for Laila Ali's little girl, Sydney. Custom wall decals surrounding baby's monogram were created to achieve the look of sophisticated paneling, and framed artwork featuring angels adds a sweet and personal touch.
Pops of Mustard Yellow in Playful, Midcentury Modern Nursery
Not the nursery we grew up with, Pattern Play is a result of the client’s love of graphic patterns and color. This long room lacked architectural features. What seemed like a negative became the perfect playground for the offbeat mix of patterns, texture and color. By turning the room upside down (stripes on ceiling), Karen Wolf created a focal point, leading to the giant window showcasing the star of the room -Dwell Studios “Brushed Dot” fabric with peacock and yellow polka dots. The main challenge in the space was a balancing act on how to make all these patterns and colors work.
Tricks of the Trade:
1. Create a focal point in the room.
2. Pop your accent color at least three times around the room. Note the mustard yellow.
3. Ground your space with neutrals to provide a place for the eye to rest. (Crème shag and gray Jim Thompson textured wallpaper).
4. Use black, white or gray. There is always a place for these classic colors. Ferm Living Half Moon Wallpaper.
5. Change up scale of patterns. Medium sized wallpaper print, large stripes and small bedding prints.
6. Mix up the patterns: Circles, Stripes, Brushstrokes, Chevron, Ditsy, Solid and Abstract.
7. Throw in an unexpected color – Red art.
8. Play with sheen and lustre, high to low.
9. Have fun and let yourself go. Design is a layering process and sometimes you need to delayer, start over and layer again. Mistakes happen and that is OK.
Girl's Nursery Equipped With Contemporary Changing Station
From the antique mirror to the tufted armchair, this girl's nursery is filled with pieces that are functional yet sophisticated. For example, although it currently serves as a changing station, the contemporary dresser will easily grow alongside the little one.