Nest with the Best: The Mid-Century Modern Nursery


Mid-Century Modern design stands the test of time because clean lines, rich teaks and pops of playful color will always be stylish. These laid-back design elements translate easily from grown up spaces to baby’s little corner of the home. Click through to check out our tips and inspirations for creating a retro style nursery.

We’d also love to hear what style your baby’s nursery is, or is going to be. Share your style in the comments below!

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1. CALIFORNIA COOL Start with a palette of organic materials and layer in pops of neon.
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2. OLD & NEW Anchor the room with an era-authentic piece, but feel free to mix in contemporary decorations.
Apartment Therapy >

3. BIRD BY BIRD This eco-friendly and retro-cool mobile is perfect for any mid-century nursery.
Petit Collage >

4. STYLISH SATCHEL The vintage inspired Daydreaming in Dax print makes the PPB Sashay Satchel an art piece when it’s hung by the nursery door.
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5. SLUMBERING SUNBURSTS Play up the theme with crib sheets that feature signature mod colors and shapes.
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6. BEAUTIFUL BASKET The mellow palette and and geometric pattern make this hamper a natural fit in any mid-century nursery.
Ferm Living >

7. GARDEN GROW Retro flowers chart the growth of your little one while looking good on the nursery wall.
The Land of Nod >

8. AUTHENTIC ARCHITECTURE While not everybody lives in this classic mid-century home, furniture and mobile selection can recreate the look.
Apartment Therapy >

9. ROCK-A-BYE A contemporary take on the retro rocker, this chair is cozy in the wee hours and stylish all day long.
The Land of Nod >

10. DRAPER-ERA DRAWERS Sometimes all it takes is a classic Mid-Century Modern chest of drawers to give the nursery an understated vintage vibe.
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