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What do you think of a monochromatic nursery? Is it too matchy-matchy? Or do you think it could be beautiful and a show stopper. I happen to think it is the latter of course and I am going to show you how to pull off a monochrome nursery with style.
A monochrome nursery can be black and white or have varying tones of one color. The minimalist color palette can sometimes be intimidating for new parents to work with. The truth is, because the color palette is limited, you'll be able to pick furnishings and decor quite easily.
Here's the thing however, just because you are limited in the color palette you are choosing for the nursery, the design does not have be boring at all. The key to designing a monochrome nursery is to incorporate textures. Lots of it! The different textures can stop the colors from falling flat.
Now before you start designing your monochrome nursery, you'll want to consider the mood you want for the baby's room. Do you want the space to feel glamorous, sleek, dramatic, etc. Then select the color for your monochrome nursery accordingly. Here's a guide on color psychology for the nursery and it should help you pick a color depending on the ambiance you prefer.