7 Bold and Beautiful Chevron Inspired Nurseries

Getting ready to ring in the new year with a new little bundle? You've got to take a peek at these unbelievably fashionable, tasteful and drool-worthy chevron inspired nurseries. The pattern has become a staple must-have in the fashion realm and it looks like it's making its way to the home decor world — can't you tell we're excited?! The best part about this gender-neutral design is that it's fit for a king or queen (cough ROYALBABYcough). Where did you get your nursery inspiration from?
ByKylie McConville
Published
Dec 2012
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Photo: Spearmint Baby / The Bump

Soft accent wall

Keep your main colors off the wall, but give your room a defining feature. A neutral, soft accent wall adds personality without overdoing it.

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Photo: Babyletto / The Bump

Use chevron to play up your color scheme

We've said it before and we'll say it again: a rug really pulls a room together. It's delicate enough that it doesn't overpower the room but fashionable enough to make a statement.

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Photo: Project Nursery / The Bump

Accent furniture

In desperate search of one last piece of furniture that really makes your room pop? Go chevron chic. We promise you won't regret it!

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Photo: Project Nursery / The Bump

Add multiple colors

Three words: Funky. Awesome. Amazing. Seriously — take a look at this design, it's dreamy and to-die-for! Can we live here?

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Photo: West Elm / The Bump

Introduce a new color

Adding a soft chevron touch somewhere in the room keeps a basic room from being boring.

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Photo: Linzi's Life on the Run / The Bump

Add consistency

The trick is introducing patterns that are consistent with the scheme of the nursery. It makes the room flow without looking to feminine.

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Photo: HGTV / The Bump

Make a bold wall

You're about to have a baby! What's more bold than that? Nothing... except, this awesomely rich, warm and beautiful chevron accent wall.

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