White walls and simple furnishings make this minimalist nursery easy to grow into. Designer Sarah Stacey stocked it with the bare essentials so the parents could focus on what's most important, the baby.
With oodles of style and personality, this contemporary nursery is a must see. Soft and subtle blues pair with velvet-flocked wallpaper and pops of rainbow colors to create a dynamic space for a baby boy.
This royal prince nursery, designed by celebrity nursery designer Sherri Blum, features baby blue, creamy white and silver to give it an ethereal appeal. An heirloom-quality pewter iron crib, an antique silver changing table and a beautiful chandelier complete the elegant, regal design.
A natural wood accent wall sets a lovely textured background for the mix of wall decor in this beautiful boy's nursery. Inspirational quotes, a labradoodle and creative book page letters keep the nursery happy and colorful. Bigger pops of bright color come from the graphic patterns on the rug, crib cushions, ottoman and throw pillow and the vibrant navy blue velvet armchair.
The homeowners loved their home's original wall color, Navajo White, and they wanted designers to match that color, so they brought in muted blues, grays and subtle pops of color to complement the existing wall color and the furniture that the homeowners had already purchased for the space.
Erinn Valencich designed this nursery featuring large initials of the baby's name on the wall above the crib. Add a uniquely personal touch to a nursery or kids' room by painting their initials on the wall.
This royal prince nursery, designed by celebrity nursery designer Sherri Blum, features baby blue, creamy white and silver to give it an ethereal appeal. The high, angled ceiling called for custom crown molding, and a painted blue pennant was the perfect finishing touch to accentuate the room and provide a canopy over the space.
This posh baby boy's nursery features an all-over gray and neutral palette with splashes of teal, as seen in the curtains and floral design on the rug. Illustrated wallpaper lines the room, while a white armchair and ottoman provide a cozy spot for cuddling with baby.
Create more space in the baby’s room by tucking all your nursery needs in the closet. Lisa Janvrin, owner of YouthfulNest, designed this adorable space that includes changing table and drawers for baby supplies. The clothing rack above the changing table is all you need for wee little wardrobe.
A light palette of blues and sands creates a calm, relaxing atmosphere in this nursery designed on season four of HGTV Design Star. Contestant Dan also adds elements like a daybed and entertainment area so the room can grow with the baby.
Using gray as the main color of this nursery allowed designers at StudioHue to ramp up the furnishings and embellishments in the room. The colorful geometric shapes painted on the wall, the white scalloped mobile and the unusually shaped crib all give the baby's room an air of playfulness and curiosity.
To save room in this multi-functional nursery space, designers removed the door from the closet in the room and installed a changing table equipped with all the essentials. This clever idea keeps clothes, diapers and blankets close at hand. As the baby grows and the changing table is no longer needed, it can be removed from the space and it can function as a big kid's closet.
Designer Allie Mann chose bold floral wallpaper in this nursery to brighten up the room. The green-and-white striped wallpaper in the adjacent bathroom complements the floral wallpaper design in the nursery.
A vintage rocking horse (it belonged to the mom of this nursery's resident) is a favorite detail in Baby's room. The vintage vibe was one that guided many of the design choices including the artwork and accessories. Paint color: Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray, Oeuf crib, Anthropologie curtains, Birch Lane bookcase, Homegoods swivel chair, West Elm tree stump table, Etsy pendant light, Rugs Direct rug.