Is chevron so in it's out? Nope, not yet. The chevron pattern is the skinny jeans of the design world; it had it's early adopters and is now a full scale fad. Why? Perhaps because it's bold and classic at the same time. The zig zags demand your attention and then kind of smile at you. The pattern's popularity isn't confined to adult spaces; we're seeing more and more of it in nurseries and kids' bedrooms. Whether you're loving the trend or think it's passé, there's no denying that chevron is having its moment in the design sun.
Here are ten examples of chevron is children's rooms, used on the floors, the walls and as accents:
1. Chevron taking charge with this bold black and white rug in Vivien's Nursery.
2. Show-stopping chevron walls in Noah's Nursery.
3. Chevron curtains practically become a wall in Atti's Sleep Nook.
4. Chevron crib bedding plays off the wide stripes in Finn's Room.
5. Complimenting other pretty patterns as a rug in Zoe's Room.
6. Black and white chevron on the rug echoes the black frames on the wall in Everett Elliot's Room.
7. Cleverly enlivening a ceiling fan in Halligan Smith's son's room (with tutorial).
8. Chevron is the king in the nursery Nadia of House Thirty Six made for her daughter.
9. Holding it's own as a crib skirt against all the gorgeous fabrics in Graham's Nursery.
10. Green chevron curtains making a colorful statement in Locke's Nursery.
(Images credited in original posts)