Sunday, April 7, 2013

The Modern Glamour Baby's Moodboard

I love themed baby nurseries, but I'm more drawn to a baby's room that is less kiddie. In the future, I would prefer a room that features neutral colors and furniture that is adult-friendly and grows with the child. When I have my own kids, I would definitely be looking for furniture that could be moved from my child's nursery to another room when I want to refresh a space. This moodboard features items that are just that.

The crib chosen is convertible and all the furniture and accessories can grow with a child and can even be moved into another room, like your living room. The paint is a neutral color and the chandelier would look great in a luxurious bathroom or dining space. 

In this moodboard, I'm mixing a lot of patterns, but most resemble each other with a sort-of trellis design. 

The color scheme is gray, pink, and taupe, with small pops of mint green...

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So tell me, what do you think of this moodboard? Do you like the themed nurseries? Or do you like a more neutral space that can grow with your child?


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12 comments:

  1. Everything is so pretty! I really like the rug and the dresser. If only I had a girl.

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    1. Thanks, Marlene!! Don't worry, I have a boy's room coming up soon!

      Whitney

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  2. O my gosh! Adorable!!! I keep telling myself I don't want babies yet but you're making it hard with all of this cute stuff!I love the dresser and rug. Well, and just about everything. And Behr is my favorite paint!

    Brie - Breezy Pink Daisies

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    1. Hey Brie!
      I don't have any kids either, but I'm being tempted by this moodboard, LOL. Behr is my favorite paint, too.

      Whitney

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  3. It makes me want to get out some color watches myself and have fun.

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    1. Hey Cat!!
      Thanks for visiting The Decor Chronicles! Your artwork is great, I would love to use one of your pieces in a space!

      Whitney

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  4. I think this is a beautiful room, it would not 'fit' in my home and all my kids are grown, plus they are boys. LOL
    However, I always wanted a pink fancy nursery. I love the dresser and would use it myself.
    Dawn
    Spatulas On Parade

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    1. Thanks Dawn!
      For me, it's important to use furniture in a nursery that would grow not just with the child, but with the "family". Meaning, the pieces could be moved anywhere around the house, not just a little toddler or teen's room. So, when designing nurseries, I'm looking for furniture that fits the bill, gender neutral (for the most part) and "family" friendly.

      Whitney

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