The Best Sites to Shop for Nursery Decor
After scouring the traditional stand-alone mass baby retailers, most design-conscious parents-to-be are typically left fretting over the lack of beautiful design in nursery furniture and decor. But fear not; there are so many gorgeous and well-curated online nursery design sites, and today we're sharing 10 of the best to shop for your nursery from the comfort of your own living room.
For finds that are adorable and easy on your wallet, look to H&M, which has a whole kids line of bedding, blankets, rugs, accessories and more. These wooden storage boxes are a perfect way to keep books, toys, and all of your baby stuff organized in a stylish way.
Serena & Lily has everything you need to make a house a home and a nursery simply sweet. The founders, Serena and Lily, get that although life is messy, it still deserves a beautiful backdrop. Take this cozy Kalahari Mini Quilt ($128). It's as stylish as it is practical.
If your style is boho-chic, look no further than Anthropologie Kids, which has color furniture, lighting, rugs, and wall art like this Brownstone Bookshelf ($498). You'll be tempted to move it from the nursery to your own bedroom.
Pottery Barn makes the most classically designed and well-made furniture we've seen, and with showrooms around the country, if you need to see the pieces in person, this is a great place to start. Shopping tip: Keep an eye out for their big furniture sales, when you can get everything from cribs to knitted baby blankets at major discounts!
With their mid-century furniture design and gorgeous signature fabrics, DwellStudio is the modern nursery brand you see popping up all over your nursery Pinterest boards. Prepare to fall in love with pieces like this musical llama from Manhattan Toy ($50).
Fawn + Forest does an amazing job of collecting some of the most stunning modern nursery and decor designs by the latest up-and-coming brands, so this site is not to be missed. Might we suggest the Oeuf Rhea Crib in Walnut ($670)?
Carrying a huge range of modern furniture, decor, bedding, baby gear, and toys, AllModern really is a design-forward one-stop shop, where you can pick up all-modern lookers like the babyletto Hudson 3-in-2 convertible crib ($750) or Swivel Glider ($703).
Project Nursery has a nicely curated collection of design-forward furniture and decor; there are enough options to find what you want but not too many for you to be overwhelmed. This adorable pom pom rug by Pehr Designs ($280) will make a bright statement in your baby's room.
Restoration Hardware has the vintage-meets-modern thing down pat, and their baby and child lines are no exception. Their rustic pieces, like the Landry Panel Crib are almost regal, and the furniture is perfectly mix-and-matchable.
Modern Nursery offers a huge selection of sleek nursery furniture, wall decals and wallpaper, mobiles, rugs, like this Lorena Canals Ocean Shore Washable Rug ($229), and so much more. Be sure to sign up for Modern Rewards to earn as you buy.
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Theresa Gonzalez is a content creator based in San Francisco and the author of Sunday Sews. She's a lover of all things design and spends most of her days momming her little one Matilda.
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