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Hello, everyone! Itís Mari here with a guest post from Arcadian Home blog. It's a such a wonderful place to find interior design inspiration including great decorating ideas for everything from lovely mini pendant lights to warm and cozy rugs for the nursery floor.
To follow up on that nursery reference, baby's first room is what we're going to explore today with the help of two beautiful room collages by SampleBoard. Those two Sample Boards will bookend images of eight of our favorite inspired nurseries. Please enjoy!
The top neutral nursery mood board is a great way to introduce today's visual tour of inspired nurseries. Neutral nurseries may have a soft color palette but they're anything but uninteresting. From white to beige and pale chocolate, arenít these rooms calm, sweet and so beautiful?
This serene nursery shows off a glam side with mirrored chest turned changing table, an ornate wall mirror and crystal chandelier. As you will notice in lots of today's nurseries, lighting choices are limited only by the parentsí design aesthetic with an eye to what is appropriate for baby eyes. From simply sweet glass pendant lights to over the top chandeliers, designers and parents can certainly have fun with lighting for the nursery.
Done in varying shades of white, this lovely nursery is feminine but not too frillyóa room parents could enjoy, yet peaceful and serene for baby.
As you can see here in these gauzy curtains, pattern can play a part in neutral nurseries. This space is gender-neutral and simply chic.
This pale nursery has an appealing global flair with large covered woven basket, Moroccan pouf and modern pendant lights. What an appealing space!
Adding color and wonderful Mid-Century modern style was easy with this iconic Egg chair in blue. Itís quite beautiful with the white curved crib.
With a neutral base and lots of pattern and interesting color, this stunning nursery is my all-time favorite design for baby's first room. If this were in my home, I might never be able to give it up even when baby has grown into adulthood.
With a sense of artful adventure, this neutral nursery gets a dose of color and pattern from wall art and toss pillows. I love the texture and zig zag pattern of the fringed rug.
As you have seen, neutral nurseries come in all styles. Here's a lovely light-filled Scandinavian room with brown influences. Isnít the canopied crib marvelous?
Lastly, we leave you with a mood board of nurseries in pale colors that beautifully illustrate its tag lineósoft, gentle calming.
What do you think of these nursery inspirations? Let us know below and find more torchiere lamps, home decor, and room inspirations on our blog!