The nursery's mood is at once warm, inviting and playful, with animal friends peeking out from the walls and storage bins and graphic prints energizing the serene color scheme. It's a space to love for years to come.
A nursery design should calm baby and parents alike. A soft, neutral color palette accented with botanical artwork does just that. Hang framed prints symmetrically above the crib for a look that feels both clean and organic. This is also a great idea for the perpetual houseplant killer – you get the color of nature without the upkeep.
Give them sweet dreams of world travel in this creative nursery. The world map hangs behind a white box crib with colorful linens. Ample storage is added under the crib that's easy to stow away and keep the room looking sweet and clean.
Not all nurseries have to be overly childish. With muted blue walls, a gray chevron-pattern rug and a framed map hanging on the wall, this baby’s room is as sophisticated as any adult’s bedroom. Two ladder shelves flank the white crib, displaying neatly arranged toys and accessories.
Nautical Nursery With Blue Ceiling and Whale Mobile
This charming nursery is decked out with finishes and furnishings that are practical for a little one but also versatile enough to grow along with the child. Hand-picked accessories are nautical without being kitschy: a whale mobile, graphic lobster pillow and red marine light fixtures.
Neutral Nursery With Distressed Dresser and Large Round Mirror
This nursery for singer Nick Carter's son features a distressed ivory dresser complete with a diaper changing dresser topper and a large round mirror above. Hot air balloon wallpaper adds a fun, child-like touch.
In this refreshingly modern nursery, soft brown is a perfect backdrop for pops of fun colors and bold graphics like the orange name on the wall. Paired with white trim, the palette is soothing yet crisply sophisticated.
This imaginative nursery is thoroughly cute without being a bit cutesy. A neutral palette of soft browns, black, gold and white keeps the bold prints in check while allowing their fun personality to shine.
To create a baby girl's nursery that is feminine without being precious, the designer chose a gray, coral and neutral palette with rustic and vintage elements. The resulting look is clean and simple; family treasures make it special. Coral stripe paint color: Sherwin Williams Coral Island Code SW 6332; Chair rail paint color: Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray Code SW 7043; Window panels :Nate Berkus for Target; Crib: Baby Town; Crib Mobile: Pottery Barn Kids; Grey Glider: Buy Buy Baby