Although the space was specifically designed for a 2-year-old boy, its color scheme works well for either gender. The use of taupe and black together can easily become masculine with the addition of dark green or brown, but accents of coral or tangerine keep the overall palette cheerful and gender neutral.
A toddler room is transitional, so you don't want to spend a lot of money updating the space. Designer Brian Patrick Flynn updated a basic tot bed with a sprayed paint finish to add some color and decked the walls with photos of beloved stuffed animals.
It's great to have a rocking chair to lull your little one to sleep, but they can be lacking in the looks department. Try something more stylish and sophisticated like the Cohen Glider from Oilo Studio. Once your baby is a big kid, the glider works just as well in the living room as it does in the nursery.
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With a crib modeled after a carriage, this storybook nursery is perfect for a princess-in-training. The room includes other charming touches like wallpaper with a toy block motif, quilted carpeting and an adorable woodland mural. Image courtesy of PoshTots
Interior designers often use mirrors in small rooms to help reflect natural light and create the illusion of more space. A round mirror featuring letters of the alphabet was secured to the wall with safety anchors and a child-proof latch. The mirror helps keep the nursery bright and airy as it reflects natural sunlight streaming in through the window.