Whether you have a little one on the way or a house move on the horizon, there is no project quite like setting up a new nursery. Below we show you two nursery decor styles that we love. What are your favourite nursery interiors for this year? Let us know in the comments below!
Art Deco Vibes
We know what you're thinking when we say art deco interiors, and no, we're not suggesting you style your baby's nursery like a 1920s bar. We've seen some beautiful products giving a contemporary twist to this classic style and we think they look great in a nursery. Clean lines, touches of gold, sunburst motifs, and vintage or reproduction furniture give a subtle nod to this elegant style.
Above, Hannah Tace has created the perfect spot for baby Zanthe. Muted colours, geometric shapes, and natural fibers are drawn together under the striking gold Juno + Ace mobile.
Kandis Marino has styled Juniper's nursery around this incredible statement Kouboo mirror. We love the elegant mid-century style drawers and the architectural foliage in the room.
Throwing colour palettes out the window, this style is big on texture. The raw tones of organic linens, light woods, and natural fibers give calm energy with a strong connection to nature. Plain walls, chunky knits, jute rugs, and exposed wooden furniture work well to tie this simple yet striking nursery style together.
Above, Sali Harrisonshows us how it's done; combining natural shades with hints of burnt orange and tan colours. This gorgeous knit rug keeps the nursery feeling cosy and warm and the Charlie Crane Levo Rocker does that for baby Rowan too!
A snapshot from Megan Jordan shows how this style fits perfectly with the Montessori methodology - keeping it beautiful and interesting with wooden toys, natural woven baskets, and low shelving.