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Get the Look: Nursery

With baby showers and gender reveal parties all the rage these days, baby blue and light pink hues are flooding social media feeds and Pinterest boards from all angles. But what about the middle ground shrouded in mystery? Is it a boy, is it a girl? Or for those who simply want to steer away from the traditional all pink or all blue nursery themes?

Neutral tones are an ideal solution for creating a gentle and calming aesthetic for a home nursery, and we’re certainly seeing interior trends leaning towards dusky grey and clean white colour palettes. Using accessories to introduce animal print and monochrome patterns along with yellows, greens, or even a mix of pink and blue together, we love how easy it can be to achieve an alternative approach to nursery styling.

In fact, we love it so much that we’ve taken one of our latest Matching People with Property ads to see how our very own little one can inspire neutral nursery decor. For those of you with an imminent stork delivery, we’ve also included products from some of our favourite brands that could be the second best addition to your new nursery.


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Achieving the look

Following on from the success of our last Get the Look campaign, we asked Geraldine Tan aka, Little Big Bell to share her hints and tips on creating a neutral feel in your home, along with her own beautiful nursery styling inspired by our campaign.

“A calm and soothing nursery makes a happy baby, and I think neutral hues are the perfect starting point.

Try keeping the walls white, but perhaps try using chalk paints that have a muted tone and some depth. I love the grey white tone of Farrow and Ball’s Strong White for the walls. I’d contrast it with All White (a brighter white) on the skirting board and ceiling.

White or natural wood furniture are the perfect backdrop against which you can add subtle pops of pastel hues and patterns.

A wooden floor is great for a nursery as it is much easier to clean. I would go for a pale bleach oak to match the pale tone of the walls.

You can soften the look of the room with a variety of textures from the rug, blankets, cushions or soft toys. If you are looking to create a gender neutral nursery, then a palette of light greys, pale yellows or light moss green can work really well.

Cute and simple art prints, buntings and pom pom balls will also add character to the room. Try picking similar colours as those in the soft furnishing of the nursery to create a harmonious and naturally warm feel for any nursery.”


Image courtesy of Little Big Bell

Geraldine has perfectly demonstrated how versatile a nursery can be when you add colour with accessories, so if you feel like mixing it up from one month to the next, all you need is a good selection of wall prints and soft toys. Et voila!

Feeling inspired by the pastels in our nursery look? We’d love to see the results! Share your look on Instagram and tag @marshandparsons and use #getthelook.

Next week, Geraldine will be sharing her thoughts on achieving a regal feel in your bedroom. Watch this space.


Feeling inspired? Check out our properties with neutral nurseries below…

Aldensley Road – Hammersmith, W6

 

Westfields Avenue – Barnes, SW13

 

Phillimore Gardens – Kensington, W8

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