Oh Baby! 25 Drool-Worthy Nurseries
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Oh Baby! 25 Drool-Worthy Nurseries

What’s cuter than a baby? Baby nurseries. Just kidding — but seriously, your baby won’t be the only one drooling when you check out these super stylish nurseries. From soft pastels to brilliant brights, and bold patterns to woodwork, we’re going ga-ga over all 25 of these rooms for baby. Time to kick the nesting into high gear!

1. Chalkboard Chic: Leave your baby sweet messages (or reminders for yourself regarding diaper changing protocol) on a chalkboard wall. (via Little Green Notebook)

2. Snow White: Soothe your babe with an all-white room. Add visual interest with texture from pieces like a faux-fur rug. (via Project Nursery)

3. Delightfully Busy: Give your baby plenty to look at with bright patterned wallpaper and lots of stuffed friends. (via House Beautiful)

4. Pretty Pattern: Spice up white walls with metallic polka dots and playful prints. Baby will thank you for all the eye candy. (via Oh Joy!)

5. From A to Z: Your tot will be singing the ABCs in no time with a colorful alphabet installation like this. (via Apartment Therapy)

6. Sail Away: A colorful mobile is sure to help your little one sail off into sweet dreams. (via Emily Henderson)

7. Tricked Out Triangles: Make a statement with a bold patterned wall, and keep the rest of the nursery soft and soothing. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

8. Aww-qua and Pink: Temper a girly room full of punchy pink with shots of aqua and a neutral rug. (via Project Nursery)

9. Modern Rustic: Pair a modern crib in a muted color with rough and rugged accents, like this wooden wall installation. (via Inspired by This)

10. All Over Pink: Introduce your baby girl to maximalism with head-to-toe pink in complementary shades. (via Domaine Home)

11. Grown Up Vibe: This chic nursery looks like the perfect hang out space for parents with its sophisticated mix of colors and patterns. Make sure your baby’s nursery is a room you’d want to hang around in, because chances are you’ll be spending a lot of time in there! (via Apartment Therapy)

12. So Fresh: With a clean slate of white walls, trick out your baby’s nursery with pops of happy colors. (via Amber Interiors)

13. Vintage Vibe: Display vintage heirlooms on a stylish peg board above a handsome changing station. (via Lay Baby Lay)

14. Petal Pushin’: Spruce up the space with looming floral wallpaper and a super cool chandelier. (via Cococozy)

15. Brick by Brick: Warm up a brick wall with some fun tassel garland. Who doesn’t love tassels? And garland? (via Grey Likes Baby)

16. Neo Trad: Calling all traditionalists! Infuse some trad style in your babe’s nursery with classic pieces like a pouf and sunburst mirror. (via Style Me Pretty)

17. Nifty Thrifty: Your bundle of joy’s room doesn’t have to cost a bundle of cash. Deck out your nursery with thrifted furniture, hand-me-downs and homemade pieces. (via Project Nursery)

18. Animal House: Update the classic animal nursery motif with clean, modern lines and geometric patterns. (via Pop Sugar)

19. Starry Night: Get carried away with constellations in a star-themed space, complete with metallic, star-studded ceiling. Oh heavens! (via Apartment Therapy)

20. A Little Old Fashioned: Stick with the tried-and-true with traditional trellis wallpaper, but liven it up with playful modern prints. Be cool baby, indeed. (via Style Me Pretty)

21. Boho for Baby: A feather mobile + bright, bold textiles = the perfect bohemian vibe. (via 100 Layer Cake-let)

22. Black and White and Cute All Over: Black and white doesn’t have to mean boring. Keep baby’s eyes busy with small, repeating graphic patterns. (via Project Nursery)

23. Here Kitty, Kitty: For a fun twist, just paint half of your nursery’s wall. Throw in a shaped kitty pillow and it’ll be purr-fect! (via Style Me Pretty)

24. Pretty in Pink: Add edge to classic pink for a girl’s nursery with a cool ombre effect. We looove ombre. (via 100 Layer Cake-let)

25. Eyes Up: Go for the gold with a graphic pattern on the ceiling in your baby’s nursery, and keep the rest of the room a little more subdued. (via Apartment Therapy)

Which of these nurseries fits your style? See anything you want to try out in your baby’s room? Talk to us in the comments below.