Neutral Nurseries

We are used to seeing nurseries with lots of colour - afterall, it is good for baby's stimulation. But lately I've been inspired by neutral nurseries - meaning gender neutral AND colour neutral. Baby's toys are colorful enough, why not let the space be calm and relaxing?
From the images below, you will see that neutral nurseries create a classic, timeless feel:
via a well dressed home
 And of course this roundup wouldn't be complete without a shout out to my blog crush Christine and the beautiful nursery she created for her son, Jasper. (It's featured in this month's Style at Home)!
via Bijou and Boheme
I'm over at Baby Cafe today with my own neutral nursery moodboard!
 Head on over to Baby Cafe for the sources and styling tips!

Would you consider going neutral in the nursery?


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Amy D said...[Reply]

I love your nursery board. So stylish and sophisticated. I love all the different textures you've used. I would go neutral in a heartbeat :)

Kristen said...[Reply]

When I have a baby I think it's nursery will def be more in this direction. And seriously, Jasper's nursery is beyond.

Lisa { Showered With Design } said...[Reply]

LOVE the third photo! Those curtains are fabulous!! I love nursery designs! I can't wait to do one!

Check out how I asked my ring bearer and flower girl http://showeredwithdesign.blogspot.com/2013/08/how-i-asked-my-ring-bearer-and-flower.html

Hollie Cooper said...[Reply]

I love a neutral nursery & that rocker is heavenly.

Alicia Mackin said...[Reply]

So funny I did a post on neutral toned/painted nurseries and childrens rooms. I even did a post on a nursery with navy walls. I think it is the smartest way t o go and you can use toys and accessories for pops of color and then your child can grow in to their room instead of out of it.

Ali of

Dressing Ken

Elisa of Fancy Free Me said...[Reply]

Such a sweet design board. Love that zebra!

Amy @ Five Kinds of Happy said...[Reply]

Lovely! Neutrals can be amazing. I think a calm colour palette makes sense in a nursery too.

Christine Dovey said...[Reply]

Thank you so so much for including my nursery in your gorgeous post...I'm a big fan of a neutral nursery and LOVE the board you put together:))) xo

Linda {Calling it Home} said...[Reply]

It is so hard to make nursery decisions these days. All of the amazing design choices. I think I would do a bit of black and white for sure, love your board.

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...[Reply]

I love these designs. You see so many with alot of color, these are so restful and sophisticated.
xo Nancy

Kimberly Lemmon said...[Reply]

Only if there's a gold lame' pouff. haha. Seriously, these are gorgeous

Grace from AStoriedStyle.com said...[Reply]

My first nursery was really neutral - I loved it!

Kristiina said...[Reply]

Sooooo lovely pictures! I like your blog. :)

-Kristiina / deko133.blogspot.fi

Julia Konya said...[Reply]

The Bijou and Boheme's room is amazing but yours has captured my heart. That rocker is amazing!