Two Styles, One Room: Youthful Meets Sophisticated

Hello! Hello! It’s Paula & Rebecca from Sea Island Drive again! We’re back with another installment of Two Styles. One Room. Today’s room is youthful for the younger set and sophisticated for their parents. The perfect balance for a baby’s room…Youthful Meets Sophisticated.

Youthful meets Sophisticated

Photo from Style Me Pretty

Designing a baby’s room can be a challenge. Do you decorate for baby or for baby’s parents? What’s fun, but what is needed and practical? Research shows that it is best for a baby’s developing brain and eyes to surround them with high-contrast patterns and bright colors that they can study, but that doesn’t always meet the more sophisticated preferences of the parents who will be spending a lot of time in this room too. So, what is one to do?

Well, when furniture, accessories and colors are carefully selected you can bring these two styles together in just the right way. Then everyone is happy! Baby gets a playful, youthful room to stimulate their brain, and mom and dad get a sophisticated space that they’ll love to spend time in.

The pattern on the wall and the playful color combination make this room fun for baby. These bold statements paired with the modern lines of the crib and chair, the traditional accents of the chest, and the rich brass accents bring the sophistication that we all love and even better, baby can grow into.

At the end of the day the best part of any baby’s room will, of course, be the adorable baby!

Rebecca June & Paula Jean

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