20 Friendly and Modern Nursery Room Design Ideas

Designing and decorating the nursery room is always fun and beautiful but not nearly as easy as it may seem. First of all, you have to make a choice. Will it be a décor that matches the rest of the house or will it be cheerful and playful, full of color? There are lots of options to choose from.

Geometric.

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Combine colors and shapes in a simple but eye-catching décor

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An accent wall gives you the opportunity to include a pattern you like
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Try to mix and match elements but don’t overwhelm the décor
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I particularly like the combination of polka dots and mixed geometric shapes on the carpet
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The chevron pattern never gets old and it’s very versatile
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Try mixing shapes, colors and patterns which have a common element
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Stripes and elegant and you can also make them child-friendly
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The shapes and lines don’t always have to be intricate and complex

In a modern home, you could try a décor that preserve some of the characteristics used throughout the house and integrate them into the nursery design. For example, geometric lines could be a very nice choice. You could cover the walls in wallpaper with an interesting pattern, you could have an eye-catching area rug or you could play with shapes when choosing the furniture and the accessories.

Wall Decals and Artwork.

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A simple pattern to match the minimalist interior design
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Tree wall decals are very popular and they can be a focal point in a simple décor
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You can also cheer up the décor with some nice paintings or artwork
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Pick a theme, not necessarily recurrent throughout the room
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You can also opt for something subtle to personalize the décor with
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A chic mix of horizontal and vertical stripes and a zig-zag accent piece

Wall decals are quite common in nurseries and kids’ rooms. They’re available in a huge variety of designs, colors, shapes and themes. Depending on the style you have chosen and on the overall theme and color palette, you could opt for something simple, maybe a recurrent element or you could create focal points in the room.

White Decors.

To maintain a minimalist palette, mix white with other neutral and light shades
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Add some warmth to the room with wooden elements and soft textures
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Try to pick one or two accent colors and to highlight them
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Colors like beige and brown have an elegant and earthy look
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You can keep the color palette simple and play with ornate elements
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The white, gray and red combination is very chic and also suitable for the nursery

White may not seem like a very creative choice for the nursery. But it is, in fact, an interesting choice. White is a very pure color and it can be soothing, especially in this particular room. In addition, it’s a perfect background if you want to highlight a certain accent element or to create a focal point in the room.

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