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Design Reveal: Jocelyn’s Dark Floral Nursery

Oooh, this nursery has us dreaming of dark hues! Whoever said navy was just for boys was just WRONG. And sweet baby Jocelyn’s nursery proves just that! This super feminine nursery is as sweet as it is stylish, and we can’t stop obsessing over the most beautiful paper flowers we’ve ever seen.

Navy Baby Girl Nursery Design

Dark floral fabrics have been trending all year, and we were so excited to use our brand new navy and coral crib bedding as the color palette for this gorgeous nursery design.

Design tip: When using a dark color on the wall, try not to go overboard with it. In this case, the contrasting walls stayed a crisp white, which prevents the room from feeling like a cave. It’s a nice contrast with the dark accent wall.

gold and navy nurseryOttoman | Throw Pillow

I love the use of texture in the room. The jute rug adds an earthy tone that doesn’t compete with all the colors in the bedding and curtains, and it acts as a nice base for the colorful side table and ottoman.

The matte gold monogram over the dresser is a perfect statement piece that can grow with the little girl, and its subtle color even coordinates with the jute rug.

gold monogram wall decorChanging Pad Cover | Large Wood Monogram

We heart macrame! And this wall hanging helps add a boho style to the wall decor. We mixed it with some of our favorite wall art and sayings. And that Llama head—I mean really—I think I need that.

Llama Head | Wildflower Art Print

The paper flowers were made to match the colors in Jocelyn’s Navy and Coral Crib Bedding perfectly! I love how the movement from the corner of the room seems to frame the crib that she chose to angle in the room.

Design Tip: Don’t be afraid to move the furniture around! The main focal wall doesn’t always have to have the crib on it. It should be the first thing you see when you walk in the room and be the inspiration for the rest of the design pieces. Think of it as a starting point when putting together your baby’s room!

Crib Bedding | Paper Flowers | Crib

The furniture used in the nursery is actually all hand-me-downs from her big sister! This is a great example of how keeping some of the pieces neutral allows you to get extra use out of them. The white adds a great contrast against the dark walls and could have easily worked with any color story, style or even for a baby boy!

Curtains | Lamp

We have several more fun projects in the works, and I can’t wait to share them with you! It’s springtime, baby, and there’s no question that the floral nursery trend is in full bloom!

You can see more of this dark floral nursery design in the gallery!


Tuesday 22nd of August 2017

Which Navy paint color did you go with?


Tuesday 25th of July 2017

This nursery is very classy looking. I love it! I will recreate this for sure.

Trendy Nursery Design Ideas for Your Baby - Hill Country Blinds

Tuesday 13th of June 2017

[…] We all know crib mobiles have been around forever, but what about something attention-grabbing on the wall above the crib? Framed wall art of a simple abstract painting adds a sophisticated touch to your baby’s room. Hanging a favored quilt (maybe hand-sewn by Grandma or another family member) will give the room a homier feel. Of course, matching these items to your nursery theme ties the room together, or you can choose neutral colored items that compliment other décor in your home. Another popular wall art trend is woven wall hangings. Though originally more for spaces like the living room, woven wall hangings are very versatile, and hanging mini ones above your baby’s crib will add cuteness and Old World charm. Again, you can match the colors to your nursery theme or go neutral. Another unique idea for the wall space above the crib is adding paper décor that stands out from the wall like these flowers. […]


Tuesday 6th of June 2017

Never mind! Just saw the link! sorry :)


Tuesday 6th of June 2017

Love this room! But I'm obsessed with the floral arrangement on the wall--did you make that or buy it? If you bought it, where!?