Published at Friday, October 27th 2017. In Nursery. By Agata Sundberg.
Light gray walls with neutral furniture make for the perfect gender_impartial nursery. Set in an extra upstairs bedroom, the wool‐covered armchair also stool form a comfy corner for perusing bedtime narratives. Against the opposite wall, three bronze owls take the place of a traditional mobile, giving the baby something calming to look at just before napping.
A multi‐colored area rug plus striped ceiling would please babies of either gender in this eclectic brown nursery. Asymmetrically arranged bookshelves add spunk to the area, while the orange mid century contemporary chair lends itself to playtime as well as nursing. Above the crib, a world map serves as non traditional wall art, encouraging exploration together with the pursuit of knowledge.
A cityscape can also make for a fun, nontraditional accent wall in your child's nursery. This mural by Annie Wise features a 1950s skyline view of Portland, Ore. The mural's gray with green tones are perfectly suited for a gender―impartial look, while the alien spaceships add a touch of personality that you ― also your baby―will love.
In decades bygone, the trend was to go all in adorning your nursery with the gender of your baby in mind. Most people either adorned in pink, light blue or yellow (if they were unsure if they were–having a boy or a girl). These days, the trend in nursery blueprint has moved toward more gender‐impartial spaces. The focus is much more on good design, rather than traditional boy/girl color palettes.
While yellow certainly still works beautifully as a gender―impartial shade, gray seems to be your best bet for a fresh, contemporary update. The great thing about gray is that it’s so versatile, it can be paired with almost any color palette. Bright hues look especially beautiful against a light or medium gray.
Wall murals are another area in kid’s area decor that has gotten a major upgrade. moving are the days of the simple baby duck murals. Beautifully illustrated scenes are now available via wall decals. Here is one of my favorite sources for modern‐wall decals. Using wood elements in a 'nursery' is the perfect way to bring in some warmth or contemporary rustic vibes. Creating a wood―wall is a fun option however, you could easily achieve the same look by using wood furniture or decor.
A bold, graphic wallpaper is another great idea for upping the design game in your space. Use temporary wallpaper if you desire less of a permanent solution. And if you‵re afraid to dive in plus wallpaper your entire space, consider just doing it on one wall. Designed with an explorer in mind, this nautical-themed nursery promotes imagination as well as a healthy curiosity. The pale yellow with blue walls naturally complement the room‵s plush furniture, just as the whale decor adds a whimsical touch that any child will love. The impartial carpet plus area rug help to further showcase the room‵s nautical style.
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