We are not talking about passing fads when it comes to the most recent nursery design trends for 2023. We are talking about nursery trends that are going to be around for a long time: they are timeless and elegant, and they are guaranteed to change spaces and help you make a nursery that makes you smile every time you walk into it.
These most recent nursery designs for 2023 are influenced by trends on the runways, social trends, changes in interior design, and, of course, sustainable practices.
#1. Including Natural Materials
Integrating natural materials such as wood, bamboo, stone, and plants into nursery designs is one of the most important ideas for 2023. We feel more connected to the natural world when we use natural materials. They give the interior a cozy feel and warmth.
#2. Pastel Green Shades
Green shades are becoming increasingly popular for nurseries, and are expected to be a trend in the coming year. These shades can add a unique depth and character to the design, and look stunning when paired with brass accents, natural materials, and lighting.
#3. Nursery Walls With Wallpaper
Wallpapered walls are a popular trend in nursery design for 2023. Expect to see a variety of bold and striking patterns and colors that will make a statement in the room. In 2023, it is anticipated that wallpaper will be used on all four walls in the nursery, and be a focal point of the design. The designs will range from nature-inspired patterns like woodlands, botanicals to more muted maximalism.
Arches, which are becoming increasingly popular in the field of interior design, are likely to feature in nursery designs by 2023. The space will feel soft and have movement when arches and gentle curves are used.
#5. Sustainable Nursery Designs
Parents are becoming more conscious of the environmental impact of their design choices and are opting for sustainable options when selecting items for their nurseries, including rugs, decor, and furniture.
#6. Colourful Rugs
For 2023, it's predicted that strong and colourful rugs will be popular in nurseries, and these rugs will be used to set the colour scheme for the room and add texture and depth to the space.
#7. Natural Light in the Nursery
As we enter a new year with renewed optimism, people are increasingly looking for ways to bring in more natural light into their homes. This trend is especially popular in nurseries. Even if the nursery doesn't have big windows, there are still ways to create the illusion of natural light by positioning the crib near a window, using white linens to reflect light, and keeping window treatments minimal.
Additionally, full-spectrum light bulbs can be used in light fixtures to mimic or enhance natural daylight.
#8. Wallpapered Ceilings
As babies start to become aware of colours and shapes, the decorative items chosen for their room become increasingly important. As they spend a lot of time in their crib looking around, using the ceiling as a way to capture their attention and create interest makes sense.
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