Last spring we looked at ten predominantly white nurseries - all which incorporated color smartly, if sparsely. And here's another to add to that grouping.
Can a mostly white nursery feel too stark and cold for a baby? It sure can, but Christopher Stevens, who designed this room, made some important additions to warm the place up while still leaving it open and light.
For example, although the floor is light, the texture of the rug is thick and comforting. The use of wicker and caning in the laundry basket and the chair keep the vibe home, yet still clean lined. Color is used sparingly, but when it is used, it has great purpose. The colorful prints on the wall pull your eye right away, the colorful blinds have a busy pattern that draws your eye up and the colorful toys are exactly where they need to be.
If you'd like to check out the other rooms in this home, visit Christopher Stevens Interiors and have a look. Do you love this room as much as we do?
(Image: Christopher Stevens Interiors)