Posted on January 30 2019
By using light colours such as beige, whites and greys alongside pops of green or mustard for depth you will create a tranquil nursery that is also fun and full of interest for baby. Pair these colours with different textures to create depth and warmth; we love sheepskins draped over nursing chairs, a floaty canopy over a crib (making sure it's tied up when baby is in the crib), a wool macrame hanging on the wall. Mix different types of wood furniture to get the full boho style - think dark walnut, pale scandi tones of wood alongside rattan and cane, which are growing in popularity for nurseries.
The star of Mini Maison's rattan collection is this beautiful rattan crib.
The boho chic look has been popular in North American, with a smattering of Californian-cool nurseries, for some time and we can see it gaining popularity in the UK.
I was also interviewed by Ideal Home about my thoughts on how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry might decorate their baby's nursery and given Meghan's low key, relaxed vibes of her Toronto apartment I put my money on a nursery with a bohemian vibe. You can read my interview here.
If you think you'd like to create such a relaxed space for your baby then we stock all the products to get you started; we have natural toy boxes and a selection of belly baskets for storage. Our macrame wall hanging is a great way to add just a nod to the boho chic look without going all-in on the style.
Accessories with wooden baby gym, a teepee and some plants (real or faux) to complete the look.
We also recommend a rug to finish off the room, plus it will create a soft and luxurious feel underfoot in your baby's bedroom. I've included the now famous berber rug from La Redoute in my moodboard above and that can be found here but there are plenty available in a range of prices.
It's also a great idea to create a focal point of the room, usually behind the cot and our customers love the luxury feel of our grey cloud wallpaper, mainly because there's a tiny metallic touch on the raindrops featured, that is only noticeable once you are close to it.