Design Reveal : Gender Neutral Nursery
It's time for yet another e-design reveal and I'm so excited to show you guys! This is my second nursery I've designed and probably won't be my last :)
Inspiration : I liked these photos as inspiration, because they aren't your typical nursery. Most nurseries have some sort of theme and are loyal to the gender of the baby. Trust me, I don't have anything against those sort of nurseries, I've just been feeling an itch to try something different! I also love how these rooms showcase wood, bright walls, and plants!
Plan : This nursery is to be gender neutral, with slight hints that it belongs to a baby girl. The room came with a built-in closet that turned a 12' x 11' room into a 10' x 11' room. A smaller room always poses a challenge, but nothing is impossible when it comes to design!
Color Scheme : The overall scheme is neutral, creating a calm and serene atmosphere, while, at the same time, including some pops of color through the use of accessories.
Crib : I chose this crib because the darker, richer wood paired with the white accent brings a nice contrast and warmth to the room. The outward direction of the legs and inclusion of wood brings a hint of mid-century, which is all the craze with nurseries right now.
Lighting : I love this flush mount from AllModern because it provides a nice, beautiful sight for the ceiling, especially when some can really be an eye sore... Also, I like this floor lamp from Land of Nod, because of the globes and fine brass details. It is a kid size lamp, so it's a bit smaller than the average floor lamp. But if you plan on keeping it for the years to come, it's great for the little ones to have!
Rug : It is the focal point of the room and adds charm and color!
Dresser: Serves as both a dresser and changing table, a great combination for a small room. Land of Nod has so many great options, but this one stuck out to me. The richness of the wood and the sleek shape provides a modern feel with a down-to-earth touch!
Art : All of the art is from Urban Outfitters! I just love their graphics. I chose mostly black and white pieces with only a couple of colorful ones, so that is wouldn't become overbearing!