Roundup: Minimalist Nurseries

Roundup: Minimalist Nurseries

Julia Cho
Mar 18, 2009

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We love the post on "On Simplicity" entitled, "How to Use Big, Dramatic Pieces to Simplify Your Home and Wardrobe." Her point is that you don't have to stick to all neutrals to be a minimalist...

"Here's the fun of going a bit minimalist: it's actually an excuse to indulge your wildest tastes. Who knew, right? The trick is that you just have to do it in moderation. What does that mean? It means that you just need to find one big, bold item to build an entire room or look around."

She has a lot more great tips right here.

We couldn't agree more and think this is a great way to approach the nursery as well. A minimalist room really does allow you showcase a great piece of art or a bold color on the wall. So, we rounded up a few of our favorite nurseries that have that minimalist touch while maintaining a sense of style and individuality.

Clean and Modern in Seattle See photo above.

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Penelope's Room

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&bull Leo's Cool London Warehouse Baby Room

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Rafaella's Pink Peacocks

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My Room: Audrey

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