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Nursery Ideas

Gorgeous, Modern Nurseries

Before you lay the plan for your mod space, take a peek at these minimalistic nurseries — full of clean lines, subtle colors, funky-cool accents, and not a Winnie the Pooh in sight.
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Tons of textures

Add texture to baby’s space with a shag carpet, a multi-dimensional shelf of artwork and a smooth floor (easy for clean up!). A leather-backed chair looks funky and cool in this space, plus it adds tons of function for middle-of-the-night feedings.
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Colorful carpet

Your nursery will be filled with all the baby basics, but a chic, stylish rug is one place you don’t need to stick with a baby-friendly buy. Choose a rich, colorful carpet to anchor the room and introduce personality into the space. Contrast a modern, white wall and accessories with an ikat, paisley, patterned or vintage find.
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Natural wood

Not all wood needs to be painted. Add a natural wood dresser or crib to your nursery mix to keep the room grounded. It’s an effortless way to introduce warmth and color into the room.
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Mixing centuries

If your house is a melting pot of designs from different eras, why should baby’s room be any different? Choose a modern, sleek crib and accessorize the rest of the room with furniture from other decades, like a mid-century rocker and a 60s-inspired pouf.
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Shades of grey

Forget traditional blue, pink, yellow or green in baby’s nursery, and instead use a neutral, earthy grey (in the rug, lighting fixture and accessories here). Using several shades of gray adds interest to baby’s room without being overwhelming.
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Mod accents

In place of a free-standing stuffed animal like you’ll see in many traditional nurseries, try shopping for functional room décor, like a white elephant that doubles as a décor piece and a cute seat.
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Traditional touches

Two-toned walls are making huge debut (and we’re loving it!). Mix-and-match white and something bold, like this dark gray to add a bit of traditional style to a modern crib and rocking horse.

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By Kylie McConville