When you're going for that cozy and warm nursery feel, nothing is better than the deep browns and greens that remind you of the forests in winter. Whether you're in love with the pine scent or just can't get enough of those woodland animals, this color palette is perfect for creating that woodsy feel.
To get that wood cabin look, it's best to start with a soft, light neutral beige base for your walls and add dark pops of deep oak-colored furniture. Or, if you happen to be decorating a cabin, do just the opposite -- let the wood walls shine and add softer neutral furniture to balance it out. If you want the lumber jack look, use red and brown plaids for your bedding. But if you want to keep a more modern and sleek vibe, I'd recommend neutral beige bedding with a soft and subtle pattern. There are lots of great options to choose from and you can either go geometric shapes or look for small trees, and forest animals.
- Light Beige: HEX# F0E9DA
- Medium Brown: HEX# AE967B
Once you've go the basics down, it's easy to add pops of green throughout the room. I'm in love with these adorable Copper Pearl bibs and blankets. Or you can decorate with some cute moose & mountains nursery prints. And don't forget that a dark rug or play mat can make a big difference in the balance of the room. The big watch-out in achieving this look is plastic toys! The more brightly colored toys you have, the less woodsy your room will look. So, look for fabric bins that let you tuck away toys into neatly arranged bookshelves or check out some great wooden toys that will enhance this look!
- Light Green: HEX# E1EBCA
- Dark Green: HEX# 9BBE91
This look is perfect for the gender neutral nursery. You can go heavier on the reds and plaids for a more masculine look, or you can add more beige and softer greens to make it feel more feminine. Either way, your little one is sure to feel comfy and cozy in a cute brown and green forest nursery.