palettes. Let’s face it, some people just don’t like loudly colored décor – and
why should they be left out of the nursery fun? Also, traditional homes with
elaborate architectural detailing may sometimes lend themselves better to
neutral colored spaces. But neutral doesn’t have to be boring, and it doesn’t
have to be basic. Mixing black, white, gold and tan create a sophisticated,
glamorous backdrop that is both color and gender neutral. Of course, color is
important for a baby’s stimulation, which is where brightly colored toys,
blankets, and accessories come in. Keeping the overall scheme allows these
colored items to shine!
For this design board, I chose the Eden Baby Madison Nursery Set.
I love its clean lines and simplistic look because the rest of the space is fairly
ornate and the Madison dresser and crib help to balance this. The Madison crib can be converted into a bed
meaning that this sophisticated nursery will grow with your child in more ways than one!
A sculptural gold étagère can house books, toys, diaper supplies, folded clothes,
etc. and adds way more personality than your basic bookcase. If you are feeling
really bold, you can cover one or more walls in a bold white and gold floral
wallpaper like I have shown here behind the crib. Isn’t this rocker fun? You
can easily get this look for less by throwing a sheepskin rug over your existing rocking
chair. Creating a gallery wall featuring thoughtful prints like these from SS Print Shop will really add some literary character to your nursery.
I like the zebra because it ties into the theme while adding texture and
pattern to the space!The neutral nursery is the perfect, calming space for baby to nap after a long day of fun!