We’re ditching the serene and going with bold and graphic for this next set of nurseries in our series! It’s all about bright elements and textures. You can take such fun risks in spaces for kids, and heres some of our favorites!
1. Colorblocked walls add interest without overpowering.
2. Starting with organic elements like wood paneling and live greenery make a great backdrop for adding big pops of color in the decor. This art, mobile and quilt couldn’t be better coordinated!
3. You all know our love for black and white. While it might feel stark for a nursery, all the shapes are really great for new eyes to learn to focus on.
4. Color palettes are such a fun way to take risks. Layering shapes and colors makes an otherwise boring flat green wall that you might get sick of, exciting.
5 & 6. The triangle stencil is a definitely popular choice over the last few years. It’s not overly sweet like a polka dot, while adding those nice lines!
7. Another example of that color blocked wall we love! We like how they’ve brought the wall paint choice up into the shelves too to tie it all in. How great are those colored light fixtures, too?
8. This wall packs a huge punch but all it is is a quick painter’s tape job. Swap out some of the decor and it could easily be a room for a boy as well.
9. Stenciling is great for simple designs, but when you want an intricate look, wall paper is the only way to go. We love how the painted trim breaks up all that white.
10. Maybe you want something special for your nursery but don’t have a lot of budget? This painted wall mural is so unique and all simple shapes. You don’t have to be an artist to accomplish something like this!
So where do you land — serene or bold? Or maybe somewhere in the middle?
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