Text by Hannah Nance
Pastel hues, soft and airy linens, delicate details with precious touches—decorating a nursery is one of the most fun and exciting parts of expecting a baby! There are so many styles to choose from when it comes to decorating your little one’s first room. Traditional spaces with spindle cribs, ruffled fabrics, and subtle prints are a favorite among many parents, but those who lean towards a more mid-century modern style might enjoy a minimalist approach with clean lines and grounding colors. No matter where your style falls on the spectrum, you’re sure to fall in love with one of these 10 gorgeous nurseries!
Nurseries are the perfect places to play with soft, subtle patterns in pastel hues. Balance busier designs like florals or animal prints with clean lines.
In a room filled with a mix of vintage finds and contemporary pieces with a twist, this sweet babe is sure to grow up with a great sense of style!
Pretty in Pink
This classic girl’s nursery features the most delicate details, from the woodwork wreath pattern above the crib to the little wicker pram.
Reclaimed and Rustic
Reclaimed wood planks and a hanging burlap love seat bring a love of country style at a young age.
Simple and Modern
Playing off the gorgeous architectural details in this loft-like space, this nursery is a little boy’s dream with hints of blue and plenty of clean lines and soft places to play.
A stuffed-toy campfire, a play tent, and flying arrows create a space that’s sure to inspire the imagination come playtime in this nursery.
Nurseries are the ideal spots to display sentimental touches, whether they be heirloom christening gowns, silver rattles, or a painting inspired by a lost loved one.
Nurture a love for animals in your child by framing sketches of little creatures to hang in their nursery. Another can’t-miss detail in this space: the family crest carved into the crib.
For the less traditional parents, this neutral nursery with vintage touches and clean lines is a gorgeous option! An olive tree nestled in the corner adds a hint of greenery.
Pink, Plaid, and Paisley
Opting for simple pink walls allowed these parents to have some fun with patterns in their daughter’s room. Paisley, plaid, and stripes all make an appearance in shades of pink, gray, and white.