Unbe-leaf-able gender neutral nursery designs
By: Parasol team
As our leaf pattern diaper makes a comeback, we put together our favorite gender-neutral nurseries to go with the look. Parents out there are CRUSHING it.
You asked for it – leaves are back in our diaper design. Now with minimum water-based inks to support maximum breathability in our fabrics. Explore with us some of the different nursery design trends that bring leaves and nature into our baby’s space.
That kind of rhymes doesn’t it? And we’re here for it. We’re also all about these beautiful nurseries and their unbe-leaf-able patterns. Wallpapers and wall decals are back, they are in and we’re in love. These nurseries are not only adorable but also an idyllic playful place to help nurture imagination and growth.
See a unbe-leaf-able nursery in your future? To carry out this trend beautifully and implement it in your nursery, probably the easiest way will be to use a wallpaper or wall decal (unless you’re good with paint, then have at it, Picasso!). Since their rise in popularity, you can find many different wallpapers at all sorts of price points - from luxury to affordable. Playful yet sophisticated with a hint of calm = nursery bliss.
The Desert Modern interior design can be better explained like a southwestern style decor combined with chic touches. Think Santa Fe, California eclectic aesthetic - or kind of like old western meshed with contemporary modern accents. This combination creates beautiful vivid bohemian-like rooms that ooze warmth and coziness while still maintaining a stylish look.
To best recreate this desert nursery style, look for warm sandy tones, Navajo motifs with a throw or Kilim rug as a nice accent. Nature-inspired artwork, cactus prints, desert palm trees all help finish up and tie the final look.
Minimalism is all about simplicity, Hello Zen. It’s clean looking and organized and it never goes out of style. It implies order and harmony through the relationship of the space and the objects that occupy it. It’s about keeping the essentials and removing the unnecessary clutter. Lighting and colors also play a big role with whites, beiges, and grays being the predominant choice. You can make minimalism work in any type of home and it’s great for making small spaces appear larger.
To turn your nursery into a minimalist one, it helps if you have slim furniture with just the necessary things- it’s best not to over accessorize. A neutral color palette with light colors also freshens up the room and will give it an overall brighter feel and a more organized clean vibe.
Maximalism is a direct reaction and polar opposite to Minimalism - where less is more, with this style more is... well, more. A perfect mix and balance of diverse patterns and aesthetics. Unapologetically BOLD and whimsical. It’s busy in a way that works. Almost as if Marie Kondo was into mess. Sounds like an oxymoron, am I right? Either way, just look at it as a celebration and blending of styles!
You can follow the Maximalism trend and enhance your nursery by combining your favorite colors, vibes and elaborated patterns. Don’t be afraid to be eccentric- let your personality shine through with this regal style. This is 2020, allow yourself some fun.
The Green Wall
It is said green is one of the best colors for a bedroom due to its calming effect. It is neutral and clean and can aid in stress relief and relaxation. Kind of what the doctor ordered? It’s no wonder it would make the perfect color for a nursery. These nurseries are nailing the green-colored wall, that pair oh so well with Parasol’s leaf-patterned diapers.
Green can have both warm and cool tones and comes in a wide range of tints. For a more subtle and relaxing room, chose softer shades that are not too bright.