Monochrome has been a massive trend for years now. Personally, I have felt at times it has been overworked and the focus has literally just been on 'black' and 'white'.
We've seen a shift in monochrome trend over the past year, with the introduction of colour & textures such as rattan and velvet which ultimately helps lift the traditional black and white vibe.
Here, we talk you through how to create a monochrome based nursery whilst ensuring it has a little something else to jazz it up.
FEATURE WALL - MONOCHROME SPOTS OR DALMATIAN PRINT
This is such a simple and effective way to create a wow factor in a Nursery. Yes you can buy wallpaper, but did you know that you can also paint the spots by hand or buy pre cut wall stickers?
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Removable Wall Stickers @happydecs
ADDING COLOUR & TEXTURE TO A MONOCHROME NURSERY
This is one of the most simplest ways to add something to a monochrome nursery. It's great if you don't find out the sex of your baby until they are born, simply create a monochrome nursery and when the baby is born you can work on adding touches of colour.
We absolutely love shades of muted pink and grey along with rattan textures. Here' a few accessories we think you guys might like.
Binabamba sheepskins - Rose
Changing Basket - Coming soon