Transitional Nursery With Chalkboard Wall and Yellow Crib
This nursery's pale yellow crib adds to the room's transitional vibe and really pops against the non-traditional black chalkboard walls. The whimsical arrangement of numbers and animal busts gives the room a playful, easygoing feel.
This nursery for singer Nick Carter's son features industrial style wooden shelves that are perfect for displaying keepsakes, like baby blocks and framed photos. Underneath is a neutral sofa with decorative throw pillows and a built-in trundle bed. Soft-hued hot air balloon wallpaper provides a fun accent.
The niche between the two bookshelves is the perfect spot for the crib; in later years, a headboard will tuck neatly up against the wall. The gold polka dots on the back wall are brought out by the spherical gold pendants in the center of the room.
You don't need to invest in a fancy and expensive rug to get a polished look — think outside the box. Buy a few mats and tape them together to form one larger rug. Choosing ones with variations and multiple colors makes it easy to hide any seams.
Playful Midcentury Nursery with Gray Rocking Chair
Despite the neutral color scheme, this nursery sets an inviting tone with shades gray, white and yellow. A variety of patterns--the wallpaper, yellow blanket, gray rocker and blue footstool--add personality to the soothing space.
This adorable nursery feels alive and oh-so-fun with lots of bold, graphic prints and personality-filled accents like the rug and the zebra above the crib. The floor space is kept open thanks to two built-in bookshelves, and a large window all along one wall fills the room with light.