This gorgeous nursery design was for one of our Remote Design clients in Georgia. Sometimes a client who’s not based in our local SoCal will want help with their nursery, but also wants a more robust experience than the E-Design packages. Enter Remote Design! This client wanted a nursery with lots of texture, visual interest, earthy tones and a warm feel. Read on to see all the details of this special space!

Earthy Gender Neutral Nursery Design

Neutral Abstract Wallpaper | Natural Oak Crib | Ivory Arch Bookcase | Boucle Glider | Boucle Storage Ottoman | Neutral Round Side Table | Iron Floor Lamp | Boucle Storage Bench | Woven Chandelier | Warm Neutral RugRound Rust Velvet Pillow | Large Stuffed Elephant | Faux Sheepskin Accent Rug | Brown Knit Throw Blanket | Neutral Throw Blanket | Neutral & Orange Throw Pillow | Faux Olive Tree | Small Plant | Hot Air Balloon Mobile

We actually had a few iterations of this nursery design before we landed on this one. We started by doing partial panel molding with wallpaper above it in a bright and warm patterned wallpaper. Eventually, the client decided she wanted to do full panel molding with a more subdued feel. We chose a gorgeous deep sage green for the walls, and then added a textured wallpaper on the ceiling to add even more texture and interest.

We went with a honey tone wood for the crib and changing table, and they both have gorgeous curved lines as well. This helps to soften the space, and we ended up using soft curves throughout the design. You can see that the bookcase is also curved, as well as the bench and glider.

Earthy Gender Neutral Nursery Design

Warm Wood Changing Table | Black Wall Sconces | Warm Neutral Rug | Ivory Arch Bookcase | Boucle Glider | Boucle Storage Ottoman | Neutral Round Side Table | Boucle Storage Bench | Black Round Mirror | Small Plant | Round Rust Velvet Pillow

We also chose an earthy patterned rug to fill out the floor of the nursery. Patterned rugs like this are great because they help to hide stains as well as give a soft surface for baby instead of the hard wood floors. We also added an accent rug in a faux sheepskin for even more cozy texture.

To finish off the nursery, we went with custom window treatments—we chose double layered treatments for maximum flexibility and blackout potential. We absolutely love how this nursery design turned out!

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