We love the bold walls and simple accessories in this gender-neutral nursery.
A pretty, pretty pink baby girl’s nursery from Marisa S. (How much do you love the framed wall art?)
Stripes in a nursery—love it or hate it? Reblog your answer.
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Left: Photo by lundphoto.com
Center: Photo by babysupermall.com
Right: Photo by Pottery Barn Kids.
If you’re working with a small space, get creative with storage. Instead of cluttering a drawer, onesies can become original wall art, and shallow shelves can store those small items that accumulate on the floor.
Left nursery courtesy of decorpad.com
Right nursery courtesy of designdazzle.blogspot.com
I’m a huge fan of this nursery. A colorful crib is a fun way to add a punch of color into a space and transform it from simple to totally fresh and new. What do you think? Love it or hate it?
Although devoid of color, these nurseries are far from plain and simple. I love the elegant accents like delicate hanging birds and a pretty chandelier.
What do you think? Do you prefer colorful nurseries, or are you a fan of these neutral tones?
What do you think of the bold colors and designs in this anything-but-ordinary nursery?
Photo by cococozy.com
Both of these nurseries use pretty sprinkles of flowers/butterflies to add whimsical interest to otherwise plain walls. This is an easy yet beautiful way to add fun decorations to your little one’s new room.
I love the bright, eye-popping color schemes in these nurseries. Reblog this if these are themes you’d use in your little one’s nursery!
Photos by: lundphoto.com