Do you know what your prefered nursery design style is? When you want to create a nursery that you and your little one will instantly fall in love with, there’s no better way to do it than to embrace your own sense of style. Ordering everything from the showroom or catalogue is one thing, but when you want to raise your bundle of joy the way nature intended you need to introduce their mum’s personality to proceedings too. Let’s take a look at the 4 key design styles you need to know about.
Contemporary & Modern Baby Rooms
The modern nursery room is often in the style of those black, white, and grey homes you see all over Instagram at the moment. The floors will have a thick plush rug, the walls will have a gallery of mismatched photo frames, and the colours will be simple and on point. Our Modern Cot Bed allows you to find the perfect centrepiece for your new nursery and one that will allow the little one to drift off to sleep the moment you put them down.
Nostalgic & Traditional Nursery
The traditional nursery is having something of a resurgence in the last couple of years, and with good reason. Stained wooden floors and simple magnolia walls are one of the best ways to go about it. Then add pictures of traditional themes like woodland animals or ballerinas to the walls in the form of a couple of well-chosen pieces of wall art. Combine it with any one of our Savio Firmino exclusive furniture to create the perfect space for your little one to rest their eyes.
Casual (Shabby Chic) Nursery Design
The casual decor is a hard balance to strike in nursery design, but you’ll know it when you see it. Here it’s not so much about the shape and form of the furniture, as much as it is about the finishes that are applied. Keep your layout nice and simple with plenty of emphasis on comfort. A rocking chair in the corner, some distressed white wooden drawers, and our Monalisa Cradle with the floral dressing will top things off.
Eclectic Nursery Ideas
If you want to make a house a home then the lived-in style is very much in right now. A picture ladder on the wall, plenty of crocheted throws, blankets, and cushion covers, and of course a rug to match. If you want the perfect centrepiece then we recommend taking a look at our Chelsea Cot Bed for that finishing touch.