Beautiful Baby Rooms
Create a nurturing haven for your newborn with decorating ideas from these 15 precious nurseries.
By: Chelsey Bowen
For Girls: Pretty Stripes
Vintage prints and a color palette of green and pink create a truly sweet girl's nursery. Design by RMSer ellamomma.
For Girls: Pink and Chocolate Confection
As one of the trendiest color combinations, pink and chocolate are the perfect base for this elegant girl's nursery. A crystal chandelier tops off the design, while alternating stripes anchor the space. Design by RMSer MrsKeys.
For Girls: Sweet Pink Palette
Looking to create a traditional girl's nursery? Try a pink and white color palette combined with classic furnishings. Design by RMSer suznatural.
For Girls: Purple Whimsy
In this whimsical nursery, the homeowner complements a pastel palette with warm wood tones and white accents. Design by sammysmama.
For Boys: Transitional Style
Designer Vern Yip uses transitional colors so the room will easily adapt as the child gets older. Teal and brown bedding is balanced by dividing the wall colors into broad stripes, and hot-air balloons hung from the ceiling provide extra stimulation. Design by Vern Yip.
For Boys: Contemporary Flair
Create a minimalist nursery with sleek, modern furnishings and simple window treatments. Design by RMSer fleming23.
For Boys: Mod Pad
Get creative with circles and stripes in bold colors. Not only are they visually interesting, but they also create a whimsical and inventive environment. Design by RMSer 9609299.
For Boys: Chic Circles
A great design repeats an element throughout the space to tie the look together. For this nursery, designer Angelo Surmelis uses circles in the window treatments, area rug and even the mobile solar system. Design by Angelo Surmelis.
Gender-Neutral: Cottage Style
A combination of fabrics, including toile, polka dots and plaid, are used to create a cottage-inspired nursery for a boy or girl. Design by RMSer 8834609.
Gender-Neutral: Organic and Stylish
Designer Stephanie McWilliams creates a calming environment using all green products, including a solid wood crib, non-toxic paint and 100% organic accessories. The walls are painted green to represent growing and blue to add a calming effect.
Gender-Neutral: Bold Red
Not all baby rooms have to feature a pastel color palette. For this nursery, the homeowner uses bold colors and whimsical animals for a modern and playful environment. Design by RMSer kwhit1015.
Gender-Neutral: Modern Pastels
Pastel greens, yellows and blues are used to create a colorful grid wall that highlights the brilliant white crib and simple fabrics. Design by RMSer minisota.
Room for Two: Neutral Palette
A small space can still be transformed into a room for two with an elegant daybed and some smart space planning. The traditional crib and neutral palette also help to expand the room visually. Design by RMSer kelligallen.
Room for Two: Nautical Inspiration
A calming blue hue, horizontal stripes and nautical accents are perfect for this seaside home. Design by RMSer 8544207.
Room for Two: Royal Elegance
For this room for two, designer Sherri Blum had the unique challenge of creating a nursery that wasn't too masculine or too feminine. To make the space appealing to a boy and a girl, she used a soft apple green for the wall with accent colors of lavender, blue and yellow.