What are the top baby bedding trends for 2015? As you know we’re big on nursery trends and take great delight in finding out the most stylish trends taking over homes across the country, this year is of course no exception. With that in mind we thought we would focus on the top baby bedding trends for 2015 to give you some ideas of how you can incorporate them into your nursery designs.
Calm and Collected
This year one of the top baby bedding trends is all about softer, earthy tones like beiges and greys. The great thing about using these more neutral shades is that they can be used in both girl or boy bedroom making it a perfect alternative if you don’t want your nursery to have the traditional pink for a girl blue for a boy. These gender neutral colours giove you the flexibility of introducing a subtle hint of colour into your scheme, the Picket Fence Collection incorporates soft blues or greens. The Picket Fence cot bedding is our favourite if you’re after the cool, calm and collected feel in your nursery.
French Vintage Nursery
Feminine and romantic, classic floral patterns have taken a chic and sophisticated turn. Expect to see more elegant wall coverings adorn vintage-inspired nurseries everywhere. This style works beautifully if you’re a fan of shabby chic too, think white wooden furniture teamed with pretty floral patterns and you are onto a winner. Our Bella Rose cot bedding has ‘French Vintage’ written all over it.
If you’re a lover of bold patterns then this trend is most definitely for you. Don’t be afraid to mix different prints, it adds to the charm of the overall look. Geometric designs include a wide array of patterns some of which include; chevrons, dots and triangles with the design repeated for maximum effect. Our Chevron Retro bedding is perfect if you’re designing a geometric style nursery and it is gender-neutral too!
This year hearts are aplenty and most definitely not just for Valentines day! Big or little, pink, black or red, these cute graphics will find their way onto cot bedding, blankets, pillows and walls. A whole lot of love is going around. With this trend it’s best to be mindful of not going overboard, pick just a couple of areas you would like to include the heart design, don’t have hearts on everything. For example you could have the walls and furniture in one plain colour. With heart designed baby bedding and co-coordinating curtains accessorised with heart decor/artwork for the wall.
What’s your favourite trend for 2015? If you do need any advice with your nursery design send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org we would be only to happy to help.
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