Neutral tones and nurseries

Neutral tones and nurseries

Designing a nursery for your little one is an exciting experience, and choosing a neutral tone color scheme is a popular choice for many parents. Not only does it create a calming and serene environment, but it also allows for flexibility and versatility in décor.

Neutral tones are soft, soothing, and versatile. They include colors like beige, ivory, white, gray, and tan - all of which work well together to create a peaceful and comfortable space for both you and your baby. The great thing about using neutral tones is that you can add pops of color or change the accent pieces as your child grows and their preferences change.

When designing a neutral tone nursery, it’s important to consider texture and layers. This can be achieved with soft blankets, plush rugs, and different fabrics to add depth and interest to the room. Incorporating plants or natural materials such as wood or wicker will also add warmth and character to the space.

Another important aspect of a neutral tone nursery is lighting. Choose soft and dimmable lighting options to create a cozy atmosphere for your baby. Consider adding a pendant light or a table lamp to create warmth and ambiance.

When it comes to furniture, choose pieces that are timeless and functional. A classic crib, comfortable glider or rocker, and sturdy changing table are must-haves. Opt for furniture with clean lines and a simple design, as it will blend well with the neutral color scheme.

Finally, don’t forget the finishing touches. Add artwork or wall decals that match the color scheme, and a cute mobile or stuffed animal for your little one to enjoy. A few strategically placed photos or family mementos will add a personal touch to the space. Browse our growing range HERE

  A neutral tone nursery is a great option if you’re looking for a peaceful and versatile space for your baby. By incorporating texture, layers, lighting, and carefully chosen furniture and accessories, you can create a warm and welcoming environment that will soothe both you and your newborn.


By Lauren S. 

Photo credit: Kayla @_our.little.story

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