I’ve been working hard on nursery E-Designs and have another fun one to reveal today! This client contacted me to create a soothing and neutral nursery for her baby girl. She wanted a transitional style, not too traditional or modern, but with some touches of both.

She also wanted a removable wallpaper accent wall with a soft pretty pattern and loved florals. She specified in her e-design questionnaire that she wanted blues and greens with neutrals, and gold was her favorite metallic.

One of the best things about the room she wanted to use as the nursery was that it had a very large arched window. The room gets a lot of natural light, and the window itself served as an architectural design element for the space.

Blue & Green Neutral Nursery E-Design

We started with the floor plan, as you can see above, and utilized the large window as a spot to put a little seating area (and bonus storage). We put the crib and glider on the back wall, which is also the wallpaper accent wall. There is a nice big rug to cover most of the floor, and lots of little spots for bins and baskets.

The floral wallpaper pattern is so sweet, and since it’s removable, there is no risk! I absolutely love using removable wallpaper in nursery designs. I wrote a blog post a while back noting some of my favorite removable wallpapers for nurseries and kid’s rooms if you want to check that out.

Blue & Green Neutral Nursery E-Design

· Nursery Details ·

Crib | Dresser | Rug | Wallpaper | Dresser | Glider & Ottoman | Side Table | Storage Bench | Mirror | Chandelier | Abstract Art | Shelves | Storage Basket | Floor Lamp | Knit Throw Blanket | Table Lamp Base | Small Lamp Shade | Name Sign | Woven Throw Pillow | Textured Throw Pillow | Large Faux Plant | Large Planter Pot | Small Live Plant | Curtains | Changing Pad Cover


For the nursery furniture, we went with more modern pieces to give the room some balance. The crib is a clean design, and the dresser is a modern shape with a pretty gold accent. We balanced the gold accents by using a gold wall name over the crib, wall mirror and curtain hardware so everything flows together. And of course, there are some great blackout curtains over that big window (and if you look closely, you’ll see they have a touch of blue in them as well).

Then came the details and decor! I absolutely love using blue in girl’s nursery designs—I’m a firm believer that you should use whatever colors you like for a nursery, no matter the gender. So we added some pretty slate blue accents, along with some touches of green, neutrals and a hint of blush.


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