Nursery Rhymes: 10 Little Rooms to Love
From modern to chic and sweet to bold, these rooms are cute, minus the cutesy…
1. Black + Gold + Chic All Over
Gender neutral and impossibly chic, everything about this nursery screams glam. Black and gold deco accents and an animal print rug can make an effortless transition into the rest of your home when bébé outgrows its room.
2. Boys on the Side
From the Scalamandre zebra wallpaper, to the Moroccan leather pouf, this room is apropos for baby boy, but all grown up for mom and dad. The lacquer dresser and geometric rug are perfectly playful and the navy push car is too cute for words.
3. Navy + Coral = LOVE
What’s not to love about the pattern play in this nursery? Stripes, polka dots, chevron and quatrefoil manage to come together perfectly creating a fun and fashionable mix with the swoonwothy navy and coral color combo.
4. Animal House
This room proves that animals and plush little friends can also be fashionable. Forget every notion of commercialized characters and fill baby’s room with the classics. Plus, a custom silhouette of the family pet is the sweetest touch. We also love the soft and simple wallcovering for added oomph.
5. Natural Selection
This nursery is modern, organic and totally on-trend. The natural elements and broad mix of textures speak to mom and dad’s design sensibilities, while a calming wallcovering, draped crib, and unexpected shapes make room for baby.
6. Simply Whimsical
Neutral colors complemented by a zebra rug and hot air balloon ceiling installation add interest and a playful sense of whimsy to this sophisticated nursery. Cute, minus the cutesy.
7. Hipster Baby
An oval brass crib, white walls, graphic bedding and artistic photography? Baby is oh-so-hip.
8. Sweet Sensation
It’s tough to make pink, green and polka dots exist in one room without the frill-factor, but this sweet nursery flawlessly accomplishes girlish glam. Plenty of texture and neutral furnishings are offset by a fabulous pop of color in the green lacquer side table.
9. Le Petit Artiste
Baby’s first gallery wall? Yes, please.
10. Baby Goes Bold
A yellow and red palette is just bold enough without being brash. Stars and ikat mix perfectly with a graphic window treatment and bedding for a look that’s neutral only in gender.