As we head into a new year we’re leaving some old trends behind and that includes Nursery styles. 2023 is looking bright though, and we’ve got some trends to watch when you start to prepare your newest additions nurseries.
As we come out of uncertain times, it looks like we are looking for brighter days with bold colors this year. We’re bringing fun back from the neutral pallet with funky shapes and vintage vibes showing up.
Pantone’s official color of 2023 is a pop of fun called Viva Magenta with Benjamin Moore following suit with Raspberry Blush. Bright blues and traditionally male colors are showing up in more gender fluid nurseries as well. Here are some trends to watch as you plan your nurseries for 2023.
COLOR TRENDS 2023
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Bright and Cheery. Mix and match bold colors to add flare to any nursery.
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A gender neutral beauty that brings calm and serenity to the room.
"People have been drawn to nature-inspired and earthy tones the past couple years, and this is something that will continue into 2023 and beyond," says Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams.
"Greens, blues, and browns can make any space feel safe, calming, and grounded yet still energized."
2023 Nursery Trends
Nostalgia Pulling inspiration from decades past, we’re seeing fun iterations of the Happy Days.
It’s not new, but creating a room around an antique or heirloom piece is always in. We’re seeing softer colors and a nod towards traditional in these nurseries. You can add a pop of modern with a burst of color or modern accent piece.
90’s Babies Unite
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Pull out that old box from the attic and dust off your troll’s. The 90’s decor is back. Pair with a neon sign and transport back to the 90’s with this fun theme.
Take it to the Max
Mix and match all the colors and themes you like. We’re seeing a sharp departure from the neutrals and nudes and filling the space with an array of colors and it’s giving us life.
Sustainability has never been more important and sustainable nurseries are in. Another great way to stay sustainable is with La Belle Bump and our monthly membership. Renting your maternity clothes keeps them in a circular economy for longer.