Adding greenery to your baby's nursery can give it a clean fresh look, hugely inspired by Pantone's colour of the year 2017. It has been seen as the colour of new beginnings, it can add subtle tones or can offer a more lively vibe. If you love it but aren't sure where to begin, you could start off by increasing the number of greens you want to use.
Here are some ideas of how to use greenery in the nursery >>
1. A Bright Half-Wall Feature: Make a half wall feature, by only painting part of the wall, you can break the brightness up so your baby’s nursery can be a colourful but still peaceful place to rest and play.
2. A Cheery Crib: If you like the idea of adding some green into the nursery space, but don't want a full effect, make your baby's crib pop with a green hue. Neutral walls and accessories will make the crib the focal point of the room.
3. Place It High and Place It Low: Place green colours or accents in both high and low spaces. For example, you may choose a light fixture in a bright shade and a rug to compliment it.
4. It’s All in the Details: You don't have to go crazy with full bright green walls or decals, you can add the colour in the details. Choose artwork, plants or a mobile with vibrant pops of greenery.
5. Bring in the Jungle: If you are okay with the idea of having plants in the nursery, you could add one or two with live greens! Hanging plants, wreaths and potted plants could add details that are chic and natural.
6. A Dressed-Up Accent: If your nursery is neutral, with mainly black, white and grey you could add something bright, to liven up space. For instance, a bright green crib, dresser or changing table.
7. Rock Out in Color: Need a rocking chair in the nursery? What could be better than adding one in a rich green colour?! Greenery can be added in many ways, including the furniture.
8. Go All Out: If you can't get enough of this shade, go all out and immerse your nursery in it. Add wall decals, artwork, accessories and personalize it to create an inviting cool kid space for your little one.
Take a look at the inspirational images (from *Pinterest*) below to see highlighted accents, and big, bold statement pieces.
Do you love this trend? Would you add greenery into your little one's nursery?
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