We really love collecting ideas to decorate nurseries! These spaces must not only be cosy but also comfortable for both kids and adults and —of course—functional. In addition, if we found things to fall in love with that’s even better!
Inspiration comes from the dessert to this room. That’s the perfect mix of modern and vintage. They have created a really warm space that reminds exotic places. The Moroccan-styled rug makes everything very comfortable. The animal pictures are going to become their favourite part when they grow up. What about that elephant-shaped chair or the mobile? They are artworks!
Scandinavian Style in Nurseries
We guess you were expecting a Scandinavian style nursery. We are showing them once and again because they offer lots of options! In this case, we can see the winner combination: basic furniture, modern design. Textiles (like the sheets or the furry rug) provide a warm touch to the whole room. Prints add fun to avoid a cold result. Pay attention to the original origami lamp! Simply amazing!
Colour says shows lots of things, from serenity to joy and liveliness so we can’t imagine a better place to stimulate your baby’s senses. You can add color with paint, as we have shown you before, or use textiles and wallstickers as in the picture. A nursery where triangles are the focus of attention but there are also many other prints, characters and tones to enliven it.
We are totally in love with this vintage wicker bassinet. It’s lovely and really trendy…a must!
Via The Glow
Here simplicity is the key. A modern a minimalist crib, totally functional. The handmade picture above it is amazing. It shows abstract elements that they will love because there are lots of possible interpretations. Adults will love the simple touch of colour contrasting with grey walls.
Retro Babie’s Rooms
Retro touches in nurseries are charming. They add something romantic and sweet that becomes irresistible. Like that little rocker or the changing table with that antique look. The result is a peaceful space thanks to wooden elements and neutral tones.
Once again, less is often more. We have previously mentioned that grey rooms have a special charm. This room proves it. Soft tones and simple furniture are mixed with geometrical prints to create this perfect space.