Just a few years ago, we were all gaga for crisp quatrefoil prints and the graphic rhythm of a chevron stripe. But now it seems that we’re looking towards softer edges and something more human and imperfect where we allow the medium to take over. Abstract art and watercolor in the nursery are all the rage right now, and it’s for good reason. They look chic, and they feel fresh and new.
Think Imprint is an amazing new resource I recently discovered. They make a large selection of adhesive wall stickers available in several sizes. Starting at just $20, these easy-to-install stickers can be scaled to fit your wall. Plus, the decals are printed on vinyl, so they are as easy to clean as they are to fall in love with.
Never underestimate the design power of an accent wall! This watercolor mural is super colorful and dreamy.
Ombre is definitely a new classic. Placing this sky mural on the wall behind a crib would evoke images of water, sky and ocean.
Pinks, blues and oranges collide in watercolor fields. The aesthetic nods to a bohemian vibe while remaining modern and grand.
If florals are your jam, watercolor flowers would definitely scratch that itch. This piece would work as statement art above the crib or as a full wall mural, framing the crib or changer.
The Project Nursery Shop also carries some watercolor options if you prefer wallpaper, like this popular Jolie floral pattern.
And at Anewall you can find these more abstract watercolor options—Watercolor Mural and Swoosh Wallpaper.
What do you think? Are you feeling the watercolor vibes?