This posh baby boy's nursery features an all-over gray and neutral palette with splashes of teal, as seen in the curtains and floral design on the rug. Illustrated wallpaper lines the room, while a white armchair and ottoman provide a cozy spot for cuddling with baby.
Stylish Nursery With Cozy Sitting Area and Teal Window Treatments
This baby boy's nursery features a white upholstered armchair and ottoman trimmed in faux fur, providing the perfect spot for cozying up with a little one. Teal window treatments add a pop of color, while a gray floor lamp is positioned next to the chair.
Painted rosebuds not only make a lovely addition to this little girl's room, but also help stimulate the baby's developing vision. Soft pink pillows and blankets decorate the crib for especially sweet dreams.
Posh Baby Boy's Nursery With Illustrated Wallpaper and Crystal Chandelier
This chic baby boy nursery features simple white and neutral furniture, like a tufted chair and changing table. Gray illustrated wallpaper and a crystal chandelier add interesting touches, while a floor-to-ceiling antique mirror completes the look of the space.
Bold Boy's Nursery With Graphic Whale Wallpaper & Bright Accents
The client wanted a room that reflected their boy's name, "Jonah" without being literal. This nursery is a perfect example of how a room can rock a theme and stay sophisticated, timeless and relevant. This big boy's space will not time out through the use of bold color, dramatic pattern and mature furnishings.
Tricks of the Trade:
1. How to Balance a Bold Pattern: Make sure your colors have a weight to it that can hold up to the bold pattern. Designer Karen Wolf used bright mid tones to balance the whales and also showcase them.
2. Pattern Mixes: The dense wallpaper was mixed with a small window treatment print and open graphic with white field on the floor.
Contemporary Changing Station With Robot-Themed Wallpaper
Bright red sconces pop off the robot-themed wallpaper, a fun, whimsical touch to this boy's nursery. The changing table area is built into sleek cabinets, but is designed to grow with the child, providing much-needed storage to the room.
Baby's living the stylish life in this cheery modern nursery that features gray walls and wide orange and white stripes creating a canopy out of the ceiling. An intricate blue pattern on the white floor rug brings another colorful, graphic dimension to the space.
Flat Light and Fun Rug in Hallway Leading to Little Girl's Nursery
The hallway that enters this nursery is not exempt from the elegant design. A flat light fixture is used in this space to minimize the effect of the low ceiling and allow for plenty of room to open the closet doors. A hop scotch rug leading from the heart of the nursery to the door adds a fun little touch to this space.
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), designer 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.
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.