shopping guide: glider nursery furniture rocker yellow
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Yellow is starting to edge out orange for when you need a bright pop of color in the modern nursery. Now that Monte is offering all its rockers and gliders (and their Dorma Twin Bed) with yellow as an upholstery option, it’s going to be an even more popular choice!
Here are some nurseries where you could use the yellow…
My Modern Nursery #55: Bright Green and Yellow
My Modern Nursery #50: You Make Me Happy When Skies Are Gray
My Modern Nursery #35: Rich or Reasonable: Sweet Like Honey
My Modern Nursery #18: Spring Fresh
My Modern Nursery #2
Real Room Tour: Gender Neutral Lion’s Den
Real Room Tour: Bright and Beautiful in the Heartland
Gray and Yellow Nursery: Get the Look
Gray and yellow are still a popular combination, but I added a fresh green to this mix to make it a little different. We’ve also been talking a bit about faux taxidermy, so what better time to use these papier-mâché heads?
1- Papier-Mâché Hippo, Giraffe and Elephant from West Elm- $100- $130 each
2- Sprig Mobile in Citrus from Schmitt Design- $98
3- 20 x 200 Wall Art- Typograph 5 from West Elm- $200
4- Hancock Clover Bookcase from CB2- $200
OXO Candela Tooli, Single- $28
5- Caravan Crib in Yellow- $895
6- Stella Chevron Crib Sheet from Carousel Designs- $38
7- Swirl Rug from West Elm (8×10) – $650
8- DwellStudio Bookshelf, Lemon Yellow- $124
9- Coup Clover 23″x11″ Pillow from CB2- $30
Ryder Rocking Chair from West Elm- $600
10- Offi Bongo Accent Lamp and Stool in Soft White- $100
I’m enjoying this year’s bright neon trend reminiscent of the 1980s, so Laurana’s family home in Finland really jumped out at me. At first the wall in her daughter Neela’s modern nursery might seem overly bright, but within the home, it’s a perfectly balanced part of the overall color scheme.
The Stuva storage system from Ikea comes in lots of bright, fun colors and looks perfect in Neela’s room. The Gulliver crib is also from Ikea so you can see how this look would be easy enough to replicate in your own space. If you’re looking for the pom pom decorations, visit Pom Love.
Now I haven’t done this before, but I really want to show you the rest of Laurana’s home. I truly believe that a nursery or child’s bedroom shouldn’t be the only kid-friendly area of the house. I love a child-friendly, fun home. Kids are part of your family and there’s no reason why they shouldn’t be comfortable and welcome in all areas of the house. I also think that “grown-up areas” in a home should be more colorful, playful and fun.
7- You Are My Sunshine print- $16 from Gus and Lula
8- Nurseryworks Tree Bookcase in White- $850
9- Moda 40w Six-Drawer Dresser- $1100
10- Eco Baby Doll- boy- $59 from Viola Studio
It’s been a while since I featured a nursery tour, so I was very excited when Kate sent me the photos of her daughter’s nursery.
This nursery makes me really miss DwellStudio’s Gio Lemon Crib Set. While it’s still available in Aqua, this mustard yellow and purple color combo looks so fresh and feminine.
The side table is perfectly accessorized with fun purple and yellow items.
I’ve got to admit, I’m a little jealous of those of you who get to get to decorate for a little girl. I always imagined having a little tomboy with denim overalls. pigtails and a red hooded sweatshirt. While I don’t hold it against anyone who goes with a pink nursery, this room is a little more like the look I’d be going for.
Kerry, of the blog First Time Fancy, put this peaceful space together for a little girl who is expected any day now! Formerly an uninspiring master bedroom, it is now exactly the opposite.
The fabric in the curtains inspired the entire nursery design. I’m enjoying the aqua and mustard yellow color combination. It’s got a sort of peaceful, old fashioned, homey feeling. Adding to that feeling is the white wicker chair that was in Kerry’s own nursery when she was a baby. You can’t argue with that kind of history.
The dresser was given a new life with a coat of paint and is a bright accent in the room as well as great storage.
The gallery wall is just waiting to be filled with the new baby’s initial.
The perfectly coordinated mobile was a great DIY project. Kerry posted a wonderful tutorial if you want to give it a shot.
I love a nursery full of books. Whenever I feel like something is missing in a child’s room, inevitably there are no books around. There’s no such problem here thanks to Kerry’s handy father. So sweet.
Finally, how precious is the little shoe display?! Yet another reason to be jealous of those of you with little baby girls!
You can get more information and additional photos in Kerry’s Nursery Reveal post on First Time Fancy. She’s also got lots of posts that chronicle the progress of the entire space. It’s worth a look as it’s fun to see all the love and thought that went into creating the perfect place to welcome the newest addition to their family.
Thanks so much Kerry for sharing the wonderful pictures of your nursery with us! It’s absolutely precious.
Yean, aka Mrs. Julius, of the blog “My Sunrise, Sunshine & Sunset“, was so kind to send me a message sharing photos of her gorgeous son Marcus’ nursery. I am so flattered that she was able to use this blog to find some inspiration for this chic and soothing space.
The focal point of the room is the crib wall, where a Gulliver crib from Ikea sits against the Birch Trees Vinyl Wall Decal from wallwordz. This is a very popular nursery motif and I love the pops of yellow from the birds in this particular version. I also love the bedding choice from babydarling on etsy, which Yean discovered in my post from last February. Awesome!
The shelf above the crib features a Fisher Price Teaching Clock that belonged to Marcus’ father as a child. I love when people use their own treasured toys in their children’s rooms. In case your parents threw yours out decades ago, you can pick up a remake of the clock (or lots of other Fisher Price classics).
The Ikea Expedit features some closed storage (which is great for reducing visual clutter) as well as some wild stuffed occupants.
Yean made the crib mobile herself and so it’s super customized to match the nursery perfectly.
The reading and changing area includes some personal mementos as well as some Ikea staples like the dresser and the chair.
Spread throughout the room are some additional elephants.
Congratulations Yean on the incredible job you did decorating this nursery and on your adorable little guy! Thank you so much for sharing it with me and for supporting Buy Modern Baby!
To read more about this nursery, please visit the nursery post on Yean’s blog. She was able to put all this together for less than her $1500 budget! You also don’t want to miss the sweetest video of a 4 day old Marcus peacefully enjoying his cozy little spot.
(If you would like me to feature your nursery here as well, please drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org I really love getting those emails!)
nurseries: art blue nursery furniture quilt rug triangles yellow
I’m totally digging the triangle trend* and my inspiration for this board was the Equilateral Triangles Crib Quilt from Carson Too. For some inexplicable reason, the quilt took me in a Miami Vice direction and the theme turned into this 80s, Miami, modern, sunny, summery, vacation mood board. We’ll just say it’s because it’s my sister’s birthday and she used to live on South Beach. (Happy Birthday Alexandra!)
1- MIA Welcome to Miami print from Studioeighty- $50
2- Baby Mobile, Airplanes in Teal and Orange from Cactus and Olive- $36
3- Ikea Somnat Crib- $100
4- Ocean Drive by Parvez Taj- $36-$638 depending on size
5- Archive Credenza from CB2- $900
6- Korsor No. 2 Rug- By Second Studio
8- Blu Dot Watt Table Lamp- $200
9- Blu Dot Strut Side Table- $250
10- Monte Grano Glider Recliner- $1200
With just a couple weeks to spare, Jenna, of The Suburban Urbanist, has finished transforming a bland and slightly awkward space into a bright and comfortable nursery. She has a fun but sophisticated style that is reflected throughout her home and carries into this happy space as well.
The view from the entrance includes the ever-popular Poang chair from Ikea, bold yellow striped curtains (made from a West Elm shower curtain!) and the inspiration for the room, a Henry the Lion Poster from a modern eden.
A bench used as a window seat grounds the window area and adds seating and low storage.
The wall decals are Animals Alphabetized by a modern eden from blik. It’s so much fun to see these great new decals used in a real space, and of course they go with the lion print on the wall as well.
Jenna selected the BabyMod Parklane crib and it seems to fit just perfectly here. It makes for such a cozy little nook to sleep in.
Finally, this display wall has little shelves and cubbies to display the latest treasures and accessories, and can be changed around at will.
It’s so much fun to take a look at Jenna’s original design board and then see how it has come to life.
If you’d like more information about this room, please visit the “Baby Halvorson Nursery Reveal” post on The Suburban Urbanist. You might want to take a look through the blog posts because this isn’t the only beautiful space in Jenna’s home.
Thanks Jenna for sharing the pictures of this lovely nursery! You did a fantastic job and I’m sure your style and savvy decorating will inspire others. I’m already inspired to add some yellow to my neutral spaces!
(If you would like me to feature your nursery here as well, please drop a line to email@example.com. I just love getting those emails with photos or links to a nursery I’ve never seen. It really makes my day when you email me!)