7 Designer Secrets for a Modern Nursery


Trying to design a modern nursery and find yourself stuck? These seven top tips are sure to inspire your quest for contemporary decor. Let the shopping begin! (And really, isn’t that the best part anyway?)

7 Designer Secrets for a Modern Nursery
(All Modern)

Using just one rug was so last year. Not only does this allow you to vary it up with colors and textures, you never have to shy away from a too small or too large rug again.

Layering rugs adds a contemporary touch to any room.

If hipsters can contemporize their living rooms with Eames rockers, why can’t you do the same with your nursery?

Beautiful mid-century pieces will enhance any modern nursery.

With the plethora of adorable peel-and-stick wallpapers out there, it’s super easy to update your nursery into something fresh and modern. Think geometric shapes, chevrons or whimsical illustrations.

No need for frames, photos and paint when you can use wall stickers.
All Modern
All Modern

A nursery done in various shades of gray can be simultaneously soothing and contemporary.

There's nothing boring about an all-gray nursery.
Spearmint Baby
Spearmint Baby

When picking out a rocker or nightstand for the room, think beyond the all-too- fleeting baby years and select a piece of furniture that could easily transition to a toddler room or the family room.

A rocker that goes from baby to grown-up is indispensible.
Monte Design
Monte Design

No all monkeys or princess-themed rooms allowed. Instead, stick to complementing accessories and colors - just as you would in designing your own bedroom.

Pass on baby themes for a chic and modern look.
Design Itch
The Design Itch

When creating a modern nursery, less is always more. As Coco Chanel once said, “Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance.”

Clean colors and clean lines add to the serene nature of this nursery.
Olio Studio
Oilo Studio

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