This week’s E-Design reveal is from one of our wonderful clients that had us do a second space for her. Originally, she had hired us to create a neutral and mauve nursery for her daughter. When she found out she was having a second, she came back asking for a new nursery design!

If you’ve been following Little Crown, you’ll know that we’ve been getting a lot of requests for green tones in nursery designs lately. Green is such an amazing color for nurseries, and we’re so glad that people are more open to using it! And we’re not talking baby mint green here—we’re talking rich shades of emerald and muted sage greens. We did a fun roundup of sage green nursery decor if you’re interested!

Neutral, Gray and Deep Green E-Design Nursery

Neutral Plaid Wallpaper | Crib (similar) | Dresser (similar)Neutral Textured Rug | Ivory Boucle Rocker | Sherpa Storage Ottoman | Mini Table Lamp | Dark Green Curtains | Round Brass Mirror | Abstract Canvas Wall Art | Faux Sheepskin Accent Rug | Animal Art Prints | Cane Side Table | Gold Animal Wall Hooks | White Wall Ledge Shelf | Neutral Storage Bin | Faux Olive Tree | Live Small Plant

For this nursery design, as always, we start with the floor plan. This allows us to get a feel for the shape and size of items that will fit so we know what to shop for. This client already had some nursery furniture she wanted to use, which was the gray spindle crib and changing table, so we started with those.

Neutral & Emerald Green Nursery Design

We wanted to warm up the space since the nursery furniture was a cool gray, so we brought in some warmer neutral pieces like the rug, glider, and wallpaper. You may be thinking that the plaid wallpaper is for an accent wall, but in this case, it’s for the ceiling! This client’s home has molding on the ceiling, creating the perfect inset for wallpaper.

To give the space a little interest and depth, we brought in a touch of emerald green in the blackout drapery and the artwork above the crib. We kept it subtle and simple so the green doesn’t overpower the space and it still feels neutral.

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