Romantic Style in the Nursery

February is the perfect month to honor romantic style. This style embraces the softer side of design and alludes to fairy tales, dreamy garden parties and even Romeo and Juliet. No two interpretations of romantic style are alike. Romance, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.

Romantic Peony Photograph via Kristybee on Etsy

Small luxuries with romantic details recall old-style femininity, like a Venetian mirror or a lush rug.

Nursery by Andrika King Design


 Charme Sorbet Boudoir Pillow, Brocade Peony Boudoir Pillow, Interior Paint in Peony, Romantic Lace Rug, Venetian Mirror


Shying away from neutrals, the romantic color palette consists of gem-like tones of blushing rose, lilac, sky blues and greens. Marry garden-inspired greens with ivory or quiet blues or muted whites.

image via Effortless Style

The fabrics found in romantic style are linen, velvet and cashmere. It is important to keep things practical and mix in some casual style. Durable fabrics like cottons help create a room where function and luxury can coexist.

Pirouette Peony Bedding by Annette Tatum Collections

image via PawleyandPosh

Would you use the romantic style in your child’s room?


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    Yes, indeed, romance is pretty subjective. A romantic feel or look for one person may not be so for another.

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    In my case, romantic style is something I associate with old-world charm. Anything Victorian. Or Old English. Anything that gives off that nostalgic feel.

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    When you say romantic style, what comes to my mind are decoupage art, stained glass, crystals, florals, delicate china, satin and silk.

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