Have you heard? Green is the new shining star of nursery design! We’ve been getting so many requests for green nursery designs from our clients lately. It’s not just any green—most clients want either a darker olive green or a sage green. Gone are the days of mint and pastel green for gender neutral nurseries. We’re seeing that clients are loving the depth and drama of sage and olive green, and we couldn’t agree more!

Our most recent nursery E-Design client wanted just that—neutrals with sage and olive greens. See all the design details below.

A Green & Gray Nursery E-Design

Subtle Neutral Wallpaper | White Modern Crib | White Modern Dresser | White Boucle Glider | Wood Side Table | Wood Floor Lamp | Neutral Textured Rug | Whimsical Forrest Art | Round Rattan Mirror | White Floating Shelves | Green Blackout Curtains | Olive Green Crib Sheets | Stripe Throw Pillow | Animal Brass Wall Hook | Neutral Baby Quilt | Natural Hamper | Green Changing Pad Cover | Changing Table Tray | Green Faux Hanging Plant

We started this nursery design with the floor plan. As you can see below, this is a very small nursery! This is common for many of our clients since the nursery is often an office or guest room. But luckily, we still had room for a crib, small dresser and glider. It’s a tight fit, but will work! In the top left corner, we also had a radiator to work around, so we suggested it be painted white with some wall shelves above it for extra storage.

A Woodland Neutral & Green Nursery E-Design

Since this is such a small nursery, we wanted to keep things light and bright. We chose white nursery furniture, lightened up the walls with a soft neutral paint, and chose a neutral rug to help brighten up the floor. We also added in a fun neutral wallpaper to give things a little visual interest. Then we wove in the darker green accents to give the space some depth, like the green blackout curtains and crib sheet.

This client wanted just a touch of a woodland element, so we chose some artwork that has a sweet woodland forest vibe. The mirror over the changing table also has a natural texture. Since we didn’t have a lot of floor space, but wanted to add that woodland forest accent, we chose a hanging plant! We love adding greenery into our nursery designs.

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