Orange and White Nursery

There are a few bold colors that have become quite trendy over the past few years and orange is one of them.

Orange has proven to pair extremely well with white, browns, pinks and blues. This nursery focuses on orange and white with subtle pops of color. These pops of color allow you to add coordinating items to the room creating a flow of color and fun. 

 

My new favorite chair is the Luca Glider and optional Ottoman ($385- $995). This stylish and comfy multi-purpose chair is handmade and gives new parents that much needed support with the high supportive back. The best part about this glider? It can be used long after baby in any room of the house.  

The modern and classic Skylar Crib ($799) is a versatile piece of furniture due to its compact design. This crib can be placed anywhere around the room… even in the middle. The built-in drawers are perfect for baby essentials or toys and it easily converts to a toddler bed.

 

 

The Serena and Lily Pimento French Ring Crib Sheets ($36) give your crib a graphic layer to work with. Plus, it’s a fun print that can compliment virtually any design.

I love this simple and sleek Orange and graphite floor lamp ($29-$59). This light fixture brings tons of style with a simple pop of color. Just make sure you place it in a section of the room that baby can’t get to or opt for the matching table lamp instead.

 

 

The Dwell Orange stripe rug ($150) mixes minimal with modern and adds a perfect new pattern to the orange and white room.

These Orange square magnet boards ($16.95 each) are a perfect place to hang memories, artwork, or photographs and make a great wall statement when placed in a row or mixed with wall art or framed pictures. Just make sure you use large, one-piece magnets to eliminate potential choking hazards.

 

This breathtaking San Francisco and New York City wall art ($65 each) is the key to color in this nursery. These vintage-style wall art prints tie in coordinating colors allowing you to add more personalized details to the room while keeping an even flow.