It's the newest trendy color for baby's room and it can mix and match with so many other amazing colors (as well as themes and accessories) to make your baby's nursery stunning. One popular combination is grey and yellow. I love that you can start with the essentials (crib sheets, furniture and rug) in the grey tones then add a pop of color, and personality, with yellows. For a boy, you can add in something like animals and additional gender-neutral accents to create a classic yet trendy nursery that you and your baby will enjoy.
Numbers and letters are fun accents to a nursery. By adding numbers as accents, you can easily bring some personality and youth to a modern nursery.
I want this rug for my room! This is a new trend that I really like– using a rug that's not necessarily a "baby" rug to bring dimension and style to a nursery.
Click through to see more grey and yellow items perfect for any nursery!
Oeuf creates safe and modern pieces for baby, which is perfect for this modern and trendy theme– yellow and grey.
This glider completes, and compliments, the modern look of the furniture and theme.
To add some color, introduce new complimentary colors and make it feel like a baby's room… use throw pillows with new colors for the glider. (They also double as awesome lower back support for parents).
To bring some yellow and "baby" back into the room, modern animal artwork always does the trick.
I love browsing Etsy and places like Carousel Designs to find the perfect fabric for your crib's fitted sheet.
To keep with the modern animals and color theme, adding a toy that can grow with baby and help accessorize the room is perfect.
Buntings are a great way to decorate a baby's wall. It doesn't have to match perfectly with the theme, bedding, or colors as it adds another tone to the colors and design in a simple way.
What do you see a lot of when you visit the giraffes and elephants at the zoo? Birds! These little felt birds add to the design, keep the room looking "babyish" yet compliments the colors and simplicity.
One of my favorite things to bring into a nursery is word art– specifically words from nursery rhymes, songs, or even a special message to your baby.