The home of Karlijn and PieterScandinavian Nursery, Amsterdam

Photo: Holly Marder © 2013 Houzz

Photo of a scandi gender neutral nursery in Amsterdam with white walls, light hardwood flooring and beige floors. —  Houzz
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cathyrebecca1
Cathy Rebecca added this to 8 Girls' Bedrooms That Aren't Pink30 October 2014

Make it monochromeA monochrome scheme can work really well in a child’s bedroom. Soften the grown-up look by using kids’ decorative accessories to create a more playful feel. Monochrome schemes are great because you can easily add touches of any colour if your child tires of black, white and greys.

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Victoria Harrison added this to My Houzz: A Soothing Home in the Netherlands for a New Family27 June 2014

When designing Finn’s nursery, de Jong says, ‘I wanted his room to suit the rest of the house so the colour scheme would be white and grey, but I wanted it to be sweet and calm at the same time.’ De Jong customised the changing table/dresser by adding grey leather drawer pulls.Wooden stool: Kenk Shop; Volkswagen van: Saartje; rocking chair: Eames replica; gray plaid: H&M; changing table/drawers: Babydump; drawer pulls: Nu interieur | ontwerp; rug: Keet in Huis; pendant: Loods5

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tamaracollett14
tamaracollett14 added this to Nursery8 September 2021

love the shelf above the change table - practical & cute

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