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.
A fun play closet for a toddler adds a lot of visual punch to a bright nursery. The custom laminate cabinets and shelves carry out the sky orange accent from the soft carpet squares which cover the floor for a cozy play area for a little one.
Designers at StudioHue installed inexpensive white shelving in this contemporary nursery to display all the great titles this little girl will enjoy. Books were arranged as a bookstore display, with titles facing forward for easy detection and to feature them as artwork for the room.
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.
Located in the Hollywood Hills, this gender-neutral nursery is cheerful and unique. Whimsical wallpaper made by Makelike sets the tone for the crib nook, while floating shelves are perfect for displaying favorite stuffed animals.
Open shelving in a nursery is the perfect place to display favorite toys and stuffed animals, adding true child-like charm to the room. Felt bins stow away smaller toys and keep the space looking organized.