5 Inspirational Nursery Designs That You Need to See

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Modern Boho Nursery


Style Trend: Modern Boho

The laid-back, bohemian aesthetic that’s taken over Instagram has entered the baby room. When Beth Williams, managing editor at projectnursery.com, created the room for her third child, she used a base of natural materials like wood and bamboo, both hallmarks of the casual-cool trend. Williams accented the room with fashion-forward textiles and patterns.

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Sinnerlig Pendant lamp$60.

Ryan Overdyed Rug–Threshold (7’ x 10’), $140.

Organic Floral Rush Crib Fitted Sheet$24.

Indigo Shibori swaddles, $45 for three.

Lolly Convertible Crib$399.

Triangles Mural Wallpaper$389.

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Color Trend The New Pink Peach Daiquiri Nursery


Color Trend:The New Pink

Skip the bubblegum shades of the past. Today’s pink is all grown up, a peachy blush or a dusty rose—aka “millennial pink.” “It complements other colors without overpowering them,” says Bethany Campbell, of theposhhome.com, who used the hue in her daughter’s room. 

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Peach Daiquiri by Glidden Paint ColorsGet Regular Pregnancy Updates & Advice3OF 5

Accent Trend Crimson Poppy Mural Nursery


Accent Trend: Wow Walls

Boldly patterned walls are popular in nurseries, says Pam Ginocchio, projectnursery.com’s cofounder. “They’re dramatic, fun, and you can build the rest of your room around them,” says Ginocchio. When interior designer Krista Salter was pregnant, she chose not to find out her baby’s sex and designed the room to work for either a girl or a boy (hello, neutral base!). Then after her daughter Isla was born, Salter added this bold floral wall to totally transform the room. “We went for the larger scale, but on only one wall, since the room is small,” Salter notes. 

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Crimson Poppy Mural (main photo), $439.


Zoo Dreams$40/ panel.


Graphic Cactus$40/panel.4OF 5

Colorful Crib Trend Joni Lay Nursery


Crib Trend: Colorful Sleep Spots

The majority of the cribs on the market are neutral and natural colors, but bright, bold cribs are having a moment. Joni Lay, the designer and blogger behind Lay Baby Lay, used a vibrant-green one in this shared boys’ bedroom. “Your eye goes straight to the crib, giving the feeling of a separate baby space,” says Lay. 

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Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib, $199.

London 3-in-1 Euro Style Convertible Crib$230.

Alissa Convertible 4-in-1 Crib$130.

Carousel Crib$499.5OF 5

Modern Farmhouse Nursery


Style Trend: Modern Farmhouse

This calming look is gender-neutral, and you can mix old and new pieces together, says Emily McCauley, of tableandhearth.com, of her baby’s room.

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The Winston 4-in-1 Convertible Crib$523.

Carson 5 Shelf Bookcase with Doors – Threshold$150.

Honeybee Print Fitted Crib Sheet, $11.50.

Peppercorn By Sherwin-Williams Paint Color

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