Top 5 Nursery Trends in 2021•
Posted on December 28 2020
As adults we’re told to tell our stories and be our authentic selves, and the earlier we teach this to children the better it will be for their development and overall wellbeing. Designing their rooms to allow them this freedom is a great place to start.
A lot of the nursery trends that we’ve seen in 2020 will definitely roll over into 2021. Here’s top five trends we think you'll be seeing more of in 2021.
- Unisex Playrooms and Nurseries
We’ve always liked a good gender-neutral design. This has become even more of a demand with the Generation Z who expect more options and choices.
- Pastels Please
These are not only gender-neutral friendly but extremely calming. Pastels also help when siblings are sharing a room as it gives you the flexibility to cater to different and growing personalities.
- Scandinavian & Nordic Rooms
This trends grows in popularity every year. And it’s definitely not going anywhere in 2021. If you’re here for minimal, then you’re in the right place. This styles allow you to change your décor easier as your child grows and they begin to discover their individuality.
- Into The Wild
Lockdown has absolutely made us appreciate the outdoors even more. Jungle nurseries are getting wilder and more adventurous and we're all for it!
- All The Colors
Colorful rooms are popping up everywhere. Whether you’re going for a themed room (circus, favorite TV character) or you’re happy to use every color in the rainbow. This mood amplifying trend is definitely growing. You can choose to paint the walls and go for colorful furniture options or keep the walls simple with pops of colorful furniture and accessories instead.
Shop Tadpole provides the most trending nursery furniture & decors so that you can easily use to design your littles' nursery rooms with these trendy themes.
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