This sweet little girl's nursery will also be used as a guest room when the family has guests stay the night, so designers added a plush, teal velour sofa that anchors the long wall of the nursery and doubles as a sofa bed when the need arises. To add symmetry to the space, bookcases on either side of the sofa add toy storage, and sconces add light to the space, while not posing a tip-over threat to the little one.
To continue the rugged design of this Alaskan mountain inspired nursery, designers added wood flooring to the space, but with a toddler and an infant around, they needed to create a softer landing for the homeowners' boys, so they added a great cream and tan chevron rug to the space.This rug remains true to the integrity of the design, while providing functionality, texture and comfort.
At the end of the space, a floor to ceiling window lets plenty of natural light into this sweet, girly space. The light can be controlled by a Roman shade so that the girls can have complete darkness during nap time.
In the nursery, bookshelves are hung low so that they are easily accessible to the homeowners' small children. They display a great collection of colorful books that draws the eye and beckons kids to open their minds to adventure. To top off the space, the word "Book Worm", made of wooden letters covered in pages to an old children's book, makes this area of the nursery a little more fun.
This nursery features style more sophisticated than many grown-up bedrooms. Simple gray walls provide a basic backdrop for interesting art and fun details like the goose lamp. A Southwest-style throw brings in rich pinks and orange.
Full of whimsy and style, this gray and white nursery proves that kids' rooms can and should be just as chic as adult bedrooms. The white swan rocker appeals to both children and adults for its pretty form and playful function. Although currently serving as a changing table, the versatile white dresser provides storage from infancy into teenage years.
The innovative style in this nursery includes a fabric panel hung on the wall and from the ceiling that creates a kind of canopy. Rose-colored stripes pair with gold and soft blue accents for a look that's serene and sophisticated.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed a depressing room into a bright and festive nursery for the homeowners' baby on the way. The French doors were removed to create a solid wall for a crib or bed placed against. The old wall paneling was removed and replaced with light blue painted drywall with white trim. Soft carpeting will be perfect for a child's room and metal crates hang on the wall and serve as storage for stuffed animals. A crystal chandelier was removed from the original dining room and installed here in the nursery.
This natural wood crib makes the mountains pop off the walls and helps to tie the room together. The faux fur bear hanging over the side of the crib lends to the feeling of the Alaskan tundra that inspired this space, while the yellow bird mobile adds a free-spirited feeling to this part of the room.
The design of this nursery incorporates a masculine feel for the twin boys while still maintaining a soft aesthetic. For the concept of the room, designers channeled Mom's love for Peter Rabbit and added special touches with a wall decal and hand-painted bunny silhouettes.
You know those baby shower gifts that are absurdly adorable, but your baby won’t actually wear them? Consider displaying them on your peg rack. Or, if you’re more about practicality, try hanging everyday items on your rack for easy access. Either way, filled with baby things, it’s bound to be cute.
Simple framed prints of animals hang above the crib for a chic, minimalistic arrangement. The chocolate brown crib grounds this nursery with creamy white walls and an entrancing ceiling mural of the night sky. A life-sized stuffed giraffe is not only fun to play with, but adds a whimsical element to the room as well.
The homeowners wanted a nursery that would inspire a love of nature and the outdoors in their little boy, so designers drew their inspiration from the mountains of North Carolina. To create a focal point in the space, designers even commissioned a mountain mural on the wall behind the changing table.