5,153 Contemporary Nursery Design Photos
Skylar Morgan Furniture + Design
Changing Table Materials: White Oak
Shalena Smith Interiors
We loved loved loved creating this space!
Kelle Hampton used textured brick wallpaper as a back splash for her son's newly designed bedroom.
LIVI INTERIOR DESIGN
Farrow & Ball
Children's room in Pavilion Blue with reading area furniture painted in Wimborne White.
Gender-neutral nursery featuring SISSY+MARLEY for Lucky Star Walk wallpaper in Rain.
Vanessa Empire Interiors, LLC
A gender neutral nursery design inspired by the new parents recent safari trip to Africa. This room features textures of spotted animal printed wall paper, lush burnt orange velvet black-out draperies, and natural fibers and earth tones providing a backdrop that is easily adaptable as the baby grows out of a nursery and becomes a toddler.
Closer look at the details in the furniture, wallpaper and the styling of the bookshelf.
Zimmerman Workshop Architecture + Design
With the nursery, we kept the palette and furnishings sophisticated and neutral, knowing that toys and baby items would add plenty of color and excitement. A daybed functions as an extra bed when necessary. Photograph by Garrett Rowland
Designed by: Studio Revolution Photography by: Thomas Kuoh
Dina Bandman Interiors
SF SHOWCASE 2018 | "LEMONDROP LULLABY" ON VIEW AT 465 MARINA BLVD CURRENTLY Photos by Christopher Stark
Places & Graces
We provided final colour and drapery advice for this newly renovated villa. We fitted out this room with furniture to set it up as a multi-purpose/nursery room. We sourced all the furniture, art, objects, plants and soft furnishings to fill this room. The coffee table folds out to a single bed and was made by the builder, Peter Wolfkamp. FOR THE SHOPPING LIST and to watch the renovation go here: http://creativeliving.tv/multi-purpose-room/
Born & Bred Studio
Soothing colours for a little one Muted colours, like the Resene Westar and Resene Quarter Merino used on this room, are very soothing. These types of warm neutrals also have a lovely eco edge or even a Scandi style so can fit well into a house’s wider scheme of neutral colours or on-trend greys. With the two-toned wall, the room is given interest but isn’t heavily themed. This gives the room a bit more longevity as your baby grows into a child. Just change out the accessories. Use the bedlinen or an artwork like this cute fox as a starting point for the colour scheme. Don’t forget the details. Make a mobile of plain timber decorations and paint them in your favourite Resene colours, like this one finished in Resene Romantic, and fun box shelves with backs painted in Resene Westar.
Staci A. Meyers, ASID LEED AP
Twins nursery by SAM Interiors. Jeff garland photography