Stripe Me! 5 Nurseries With Painted Stripes

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Painting nursery walls in stripes has become a big trend. Not only do the stripes make a big impact — but they also save you loads of money on wall art! Wide stripes, mixed stripes and even ceiling stripes are all options for when it comes to painting your nursery or kids’ room.

Check out these five nurseries with painted wall stripes for some inspiration.

Wall stripes make a big statement — even in muted colors. This delicate nursery, featuring aqua and white stripes, is a cozy and elegant space. It’s small but it feels uncluttered. Wall decor was kept to a minimum but the wall stripes really make this room pop. Check out the room tour here.

Interior designer and HGTV star Sarah Richardson designed this timeless nursery and used the painted striped wall to reinforce the blue and orange color scheme — and to anchor the framed white wall art.

A toddler room for a little girl named Lucy! This colorful room is an example of how stripes look great in any room. With a yellow wall on one side and a light blue wall on the other, the striped gray wall is an unexpected surprise — the good kind.

This nursery belongs to Beckett, son of J. Crew creative director Jenna Lyons. The walls are painted in a dark blue/almost black paint color, while the ceiling was painted with yellow and white stripes (Yolk and White Wisp from Benjamin Moore).

This designer nursery has all four walls painted in gray and white stripes — and it looks amazing! And again, the wall decor was kept to a minimum, since the painted stripes say it all.

Are you ready to jump on the striped wall trend? Don’t be shy. Leave a comment and tell us what you think!

image sources:
1. Boots & Tooty
2. HGTV
3. Dana Made It
4. Domino {via Apartment Therapy}
5. Anyon Design

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About Nicole @ Chic & Cheap Nursery

Nicole is the founder/editor of ChicCheapNursery.com and mom of a 4-year old princess. She has a B.A. in Architecture and a passion for design—nursery design to be precise!
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Comments

  1. Love the striped walls. My daughter’s first nursery had a wall of pink, green and ivory stripes and I just adored it. We rent out that house now and I’m so pleased that the renters have kept my stripes – I am very attached to them!

  2. Huge fan of the stripped walls. Since we did it ourselves we did just a chairrail and two complimenting colors.

  3. We have vertical yellow and white stripes in my Baby Lulu’s room. My husband did them and it took FOREVER but I love love love them so much.

  4. I, too, did a nursery with painted stripes for a friend of mine…
    http://awelldressedhome.com/baby-olivers-nursery-revealed/

  5. Vertical stripes can also a focal point in a small space and give the illusion of “bigness”

  6. Any way to find out what brand and shades of paint were used in the blue stripe nursery (by Sarah Richardson)? That’s exactly what I want to do in my son’s room!

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