Transitional Nursery Design Ideas

Transitional style is versatile, trendy and a simple style to incorporate into any style home.  This makes it a very popular style for nursery's and one that many feel comfortable putting together! With simple forms, pleasing color palettes and decor that doesn't sway too modern or too rustic, transitional is a beautiful balance of functionality, design and practicality. 

Pastel Nursery Design

Pastel Nursery Design

Pastels are a lovely choice for a baby's room. They add a soft palette which is both youthful and soothing for a baby.

Natural Nursery: Transitional

Natural Nursery: Transitional

In this nursery, there are several natural elements such as wood, jute, and cotton. They bring in a classic style to the room. A woven pouf adds a rustic element with a floor lamp bringing in ambient lighting for reading your favorite books together.

Serene Green Nursery

Serene Green Nursery

Green is a great color choice for a gender neutral nursery. In this nursery, there are large windows and the green helps tie the inside and outside together, making the view an extension of the room. Green is also a very calming color, which is nice for little people who need to sleep through most of the day.

Peaceful Nursery Corner

Peaceful Nursery Corner

Turn an awkward nook into a calm and peaceful corner. Add a glider with pillows to create a cozy space for you and baby! The mix of subtle patterns, jewel-tone colors in the rug and a pouf add dimension to the neutral and light base.

A Nook For Baby

A Nook For Baby

This nook is a nice spot to house a dresser in this lovely nursery. The green dresser adds a nice pop of color on this side of the room, helping to create a cohesive space.

Rest For The Weary

Rest For The Weary

This green velvet Marlowe Daybed is a perfect addition to the nursery for your new addition! It's soft and cozy, making it perfect for plopping down to read a book, watch baby play, or simply catch a few z's. The accent wall behind it is a great backdrop for the animal art gallery wall!

Storage Ideas for the Nursery

Storage Ideas for the Nursery

In this nursery, a dresser is also being utilized as a changing table. This provides closed storage not only for diapering essentials, but also extra clothes on hand for when things get...messy. Next the the dresser are some open baskets in varying sizes that can hold dirty clothes, toys, or whatever else you may need.

Jewel Toned Nursery

Jewel Toned Nursery

Jewel tones are a nice way to go when you want to add color to a baby's room without using the typical primary colors. Jewel tones have a saturated, rich tone to them that elevates the usual day care center color palette you're used to seeing. This makes it easier to blend in with the rest of your home.

Room For Two, Baby And You

Room For Two, Baby And You

If you have to spend the night in the baby's room, you might as well do it in style! Am I right? This upholstered daybed looks both classy and cozy, especially with the addition of all those rich, jewel toned pillows! Above the daybed, the art gallery of animal art gives it a cool factor and keeps it feeling young.

Nursery Must Haves

Nursery Must Haves

A nursery room needs to prioritize comfort, a cozy and calm environment, and a lot of storage! A clean and organized dresser must meet both functionality and comfort. Mirrors also help to reflect light and brighten the space, especially in this case of a corner nursery layout.

Nursery Storage: A Must

Nursery Storage: A Must

You need a lot of storage in your nursery. A tall dresser is a great solution in this design. We utilize the space to the best fit crib and a tall dresser. Adding small decors that emphasize the style lets you fill with all the cute nursery details to make your baby feel in its own space!

Fresh Green Nursery Room

Fresh Green Nursery Room

The fresh greens tones along with lots of natural light immediately bring a warm and cozy feel to this nursery. A traditional style rug anchors the room with texture while woven curtain panels filter the light in the space. A wall hanging behind the crib and curtain are the perfect ways to bring in added color!

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