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Nursery Trends 2018 – a guest commentary by Kids Interiors

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We are well off into 2018, and from what we’ve seen so far, it is going to be yet another exciting year for nursery design! With eyes wide open, Kids Interiors is continuously looking for inspiration and emerging trends on the market, while putting together shopping guides to help parents achieve the very look they are after. They shared with us their predictions on what is going to be hot and what’s not in the world of nursery room design this year.

Less is no longer more when it comes to choosing a colour scheme for the kids’ space. Rich colours have been sneaking up into children’s rooms for a while now, and it is expected that this trend will keep growing in times ahead.

Muted, warm earthy tones will be popping up everywhere and mustard yellow, muted blues and greens, and further evolution of pink and purple are going to be huge in 2018.

Boho will remain one of the most popular decorating styles for nurseries this year, but what is evident is its evolution towards a more balanced and cleaner look by incorporating contemporary furniture. Glossy metallics such as gold, brass and copper will be responsible for bringing a pop of glam and sophistication into the room, with smooth velvets nourishing the romantic look even further.

A special design treat will come in the form of contemporary art which will be conquering the walls above the cribs and changing tables. Similar to triangles a few seasons back, circles are set to become THE geometric shape of a modern nursery in 2018.

This year, clean, curved lines of furniture are set to dominate nurseries, with mid-century inspired convertible cribs hitting the roof. Gorgeous multifunctional furniture design is in high demand these days as parents are now choosing to invest in more long-term, yet stylish solutions. Same goes for toys and storage that have functions combined, such as the toy wheelbarrow which doubles as toy storage, or the playmat which becomes toy storage, just to name two examples.

If you are curious to find out more details about what lays ahead, head to Kids Interiors and read the comprehensive feature on nursery trends for 2018.

 

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