5 Ways to Use Ombré in Nursery Decor

As small touches or with a big impact, there are so many ways to incorporate ombré, from accent pieces to furniture and furnishings to painted walls. And because it utilizes a range of shades in any hue, from light to dark in pales or brights, it’s a perfect option for decorating for a girl, boy, or gender neutral nursery design.

Below are five very different nursery designs that show a variety of ways to use ombré, along with one of our personalized growth charts that would look great in a similar room.




1. Curtains – An ombré chevron design in chic grays add a perfect touch to this nursery with clean lines and minimal pops of yellow. The Design for Minikind personalized growth chart in yellow would give the room a bit more color while enhancing the graphic patterns used throughout the space. (Remodelaholic)


2. Shelving – Like our All About Love personalized growth chart, this pink ombré hanging shelving combines both form and function while also creating a totally personalized room. (Ducklings in a Row)


3. Dresser – Multiple shades of pink give this dresser a sweetly feminine touch, making it a perfect addition to this eclectic nursery.  The pink and charcoal 1 To 10 personalized growth chart would nicely complement the room. (100 Layer Cakelet)


4. Art – The large piece of art sets the tone for the room’s design and the curtains and throw pillow reflect the wave’s naturally occurring ombré coloring. We think the shades of blue, as well as the polka dots on the Spell My Name personalized growth chart would allow it to tie in nicely with the décor. (I Love That)


5. Accent wall – Bold and bright, this blue ombré accent wall makes a big statement in a twin’s nursery. The Colorful Words personalized growth chart in pool & lime picks up all of the colors in the room while mirroring the wall’s stripes. (Project Nursery)

How would you utilize ombré in a nursery and which of our personalized growth charts would complement the room’s design?

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