427 Retro Nursery Design Photos
Art and Atmosphere
Custom Mural for a baby boy's room.
Atelier Interior Design
The angle of this photo doesn't show it but this adorable nursery is for brother and sister twins! The space is small, with both cribs the only place to put the changing table / dresser was in the closet. We opted to demo the actual closet and make the space open so we could really utilize every square inch.
Lauren King Interior Design
This project was a part of the 2017 Decorators' Showhouse in Columbus, Ohio. Twelve designers each created a room within the Columbus Museum of Art, making this the first showhouse to take place within a museum. Each designer was allowed to use a piece of artwork from the museum's collection in their space. The intent of this design was to create a contemporary, gender-neutral nursery with touches of mid-century modern style. Mid-century modern design is sleek, simple, functional and bright. Here, the combination of vintage and contemporary furnishings and accessories all come together to create a space that is calm, yet inspires creative play. The artwork, California Landscape by Stanton Macdonald-Wright, sets this tone. His modern abstract, devoid of illustration uses blocks of color to create space and form. This idea of geometric abstracts is repeated throughout the design of the room. Interesting shapes that can be manipulated with eye or hand are very fitting for a nursery. This is a space where a child can dream and play, grow and learn, and also rest. It is a room that could evolve over time while continuing to inspire a child for many years. “I strive to divest my work of all anecdote and illustration and to purify it to the point where the emotions of the spectator will be wholly aesthetic, as when listening to good music…” - Stanton Macdonald-Wright, circa 1915 Photo Credit: Marshall Evan Photography Construction: Jameson Building Co.
Little Crown Interiors
This gender neutral nursery was designed to go with the modern and farmhouse style of the rest of the home. Jenna wanted to have a space that felt calming, relaxing and breezy. The feature wall is created by install of playful geometric pattern framed with wall molding. The color palette was kept neutral along with the rich wood color of the furniture for the space. Design by Little Crown Interiors, Photography by Jenna Kutcher
Union of Art, Inc
Seattle Staged to Sell and Design LLC
A black and white designed girl's nursery with pink accents.
Design: Emily Henderson. Photographer: Tessa Neustadt. Emily Henderson used Loom Decor's custom Dew Linen Ripplefold Blackout Drapery in her blush pink and mint green midcentury modern nursery.
Regan Baker Design Inc.
First home, savvy art owners, decided to hire RBD to design their recently purchased two story, four bedroom, midcentury Diamond Heights home to merge their new parenthood and love for entertaining lifestyles. Hired two months prior to the arrival of their baby boy, RBD was successful in installing the nursery just in time. The home required little architectural spatial reconfiguration given the previous owner was an architect, allowing RBD to focus mainly on furniture, fixtures and accessories while updating only a few finishes. New paint grade paneling added a needed midcentury texture to the entry, while an existing site for sore eyes radiator, received a new walnut cover creating a built-in mid-century custom headboard for the guest room, perfect for large art and plant decoration. RBD successfully paired furniture and art selections to connect the existing material finishes by keeping fabrics neutral and complimentary to the existing finishes. The backyard, an SF rare oasis, showcases a hanging chair and custom outdoor floor cushions for easy lounging, while a stylish midcentury heated bench allows easy outdoor entertaining in the SF climate. Photography Credit: Scott Hargis Photography
Cet appartement en location avait besoin d’un vrai coup de pouce déco ! Doté d’une jolie base hausmannienne, les locataires m’ont demandé d’apporter des touches douces, scandinaves. J’ai donc opté pour les chambres et le salon/SAM de teintes vert-bleu, subtiles et des matières comme le lin et le velours avec du mobilier en bois.
A New Day - Interior Design Studio
A calming and welcoming nursery space. Mint green walls and a painted white floor provide a soft backdrop to bolder colours in the rug and accessories. The changing table is a cost effective IKEA hack.
Denise Maloney Interior Design
Brian Ashby Media