Neutral colors are very popular for home decor because they visually expand the space, making it airy and full of light, while also appearing timeless. They are popular for decorating any space, from the home office to the bedroom, and children’s rooms are no exception. There are many styles you can use to create a neutral space: Scandinavian, Contemporary, Modern, Vintage, Shabby Chic, Farmhouse and so on. Today we’re looking at neutral nurseries – not gender neutral, but color neutral.
colors and prints
Neutral means neutral: choose white, off-white, beige, light brown, dove gray, light gray, light green (natural green) and light wood tones. You can also add touches of pastel colors if you like – depending on gender or whatever you like or if you use a darker shade. Add prints – plaid, stripes, polka dots and geometry, or choose different textures – fur, jute, wood, leather and other things to avoid boring looks.
A cot, a changing table and a chest of drawers are a must for every nursery. Then you can add a rocker, a sofa, a wardrobe and some shelves. You can opt for vintage or contemporary furniture and make an eclectic mix of them as you like. In addition to opting for neutral furniture, you can also try light and natural wood tones to add interest to the room.
decor and accessories
Go for a trendy gallery wall, think potted greenery and flowers, toy shelves and displays shaped in different ways – as houses, as stars or hearts and so on. Textured layered rugs add coziness and texture. Various larger toys create an ambience.