6 Cute and Cuddly Stikwood Nurseries
One of the most exciting parts of having a baby is dreaming up the nursery design! By this time, your Pinterest boards are likely filled with ideas, color palettes and decor options. Check out a few of our favorite Stikwood nurseries that may just give you some inspiration for your little one’s new home.
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Keeping the color scheme fresh with pops of color? Our Reclaimed Weathered Wood White helps to freshen up the walls while adding some texture to the space.
Fun and Floral
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Going for a gender neutral color like a bright yellow? Try using our Vertical Caramelized Bamboo. The natural yellow hue in the bamboo compliments the bright yellow accents in the pillows and wall decor.
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Going for the woodsy rustic theme? Our Reclaimed Weathered Wood completely sets the tone of the room and becomes the focal point of the space. Now all you need is some cute faux taxidermy and a hero light fixture.
Wild About Baby
Bring the zoo home with you! A contemporary take on a ‘zoo themed’ room. Achieve a light and airy feel with the Reclaimed Weathered Wood White. Add a fuzzy rug, some light blue accents in furniture and textiles and the rest is a breeze!
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Trying to avoid getting TOO rustic? Our Reclaimed Weathered Wood Gray tones down the rustic vibe without sacrificing the natural character. Perfect for either gender, the pops of color are sure to blend perfectly against this accent wall.
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All neutral, for the win! White, tan and beige is the winning palette for our Reclaimed Weathered Wood. Make the accent wall stand out even more by using chunky letters to draw the eye towards the star of the room.
Happy planning! We can’t wait to see your design choice and see your ideas come to life. Don’t forget to share the finished project with us! #stikwood
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First things first, make sure to keep things minimal and organized. The key to a mid-century modern space is for everything to have its place. While you can keep extra blankets and decorations in your design, strategically place each one to make it appear that it is right where it belongs.