How not love a fresh, modern and sophisticated nursery? This one is neat and bright, perfect for such a sweet sleepy newborn. The Animal Print Shop is celebrating the release a new photographic print (Baby Wallaby) and they’ve joined the living design store Fitzsu to create a clean, gender-neutral nursery design. Read on and learn how to create a contemporary nursery.
The variety of cribs and nursery accessories has expanded to include a vaster selection of contemporary products. In this nursery design, there are some examples of multifunctional and multi-stage furniture. It’s a great idea looking for pieces that serve more than one purpose, that will grow with your child or that can be put to use in another room later on.
We especially love the stylish day bed inspired by Nordic design, a nice change of pace from a rocker. It looks so cosy with some blankets, soft animals and cushions. A white leaf floor lamp provides additional reading light and disappears against the white wall.
They chose an innovative oak crib whose citron support flips over to become a desk for a home office or young student.
Instead of a traditional changing table, they propose a floating shelf. That gives a light and airy appearance to the baby nursery.
Muuto’s Restore soft felted storage baskets fit perfectly into this low system shelving unit and hides the chaos. It’s a fresh and clever storage solution, isn’t it?
Finally, they added colourful details to cheer up the room. Yellow, pink, orange and grey convey a fun sensibility without being too boyish or girly — or too babyish. Stepping far away traditional pastel pink or blue, more and more nurseries are being designed in a gender-neutral colours and we like the idea of adding accent the neutral backdrop with pops of bright colour in decor accessories.
What do you think about this nursery?
Photography by Joe Schmelzer Photographs / Treasurbite Studio, Inc and designed by Sharon Montrose and Su Sazama