Through an artful combination of beiges, whites and greys, neutral nurseries exude a simple, understated elegance. There's something especially calming about all those soft, warm tones, don't you think? To get you feeling inspired and ready to tackle your own dreamy DIY project, we've put together some tips on how you can style your own neutral nursery.
Soft, muted colour tones are what neutral nurseries are all about. Earthy tones like sage green, clay, and taupe, ecru and ivory all pair beautifully together. If you're wanting to keep things clean in cream shades, consider introducing plants for a pop of natural colour.
Pastel shades are always welcome in a neutral nursery. If you're wanting to keep your nursery gender-neutral to boot, consider pastel greens and yellows, or introduce more whites and greys if you're going for a more mature, contemporary look.
Don't be afraid to add in some playful accessories to liven your nursery up! It is for your little one, afterall. Not all kid's toys have to be brightly coloured and loud, either. If you're truly committed to staying on theme, consider classic wooden toys, teepees, and soft plushy teddies that will give your child sensory variety, whilst also looking super cute in their nursery!
Add a touch of rustic charm with vintage details such as old repainted furniture pieces like the changing table, shelf, and wall hangers below. Bare wood floors work beautifully here, too. Add soft sheepskins, decorative rugs, or playmats for extra cosiness! For a more natural feel, consider including natural macramé decor, wicker details, and lovely knit accessories. For extra whimsy, look to the skies for your decor flourishes by including celestial motifs including stars, clouds, and moon-shaped pillows and decals.