1950s Furniture for Modern Babies

Parents are leaving the pastels behind and going for a more contemporary look in the nursery

Modern Nursery

High chairs by Bloom

Having a baby will certainly change your life. But it doesn't have to change your décor. The newest trend in children's furniture does away with pastel hues and cartoon characters in favor of bold colors and clean lines that fit right in with the modern aesthetic that defines today's interior design.

Baby boutiques and department stores are featuring nursery lines with curvilinear high chairs, sleek wooden rockers and oval-shaped cribs that would make modernist masters Charles and Ray Eames feel at home. "It used to be unheard of to have anything but a pink or blue nursery," says Trish Holbrook-Meyler, owner...

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