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15 Sweet Nursery Designs from HGTV Stars

May 02, 2024

HGTV stars know how to decorate nurseries that are baby-proof and designer-approved.

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Photo: Nicole LaMotte, Ted Thornton, Victoria Moca, Virtually Here Studios, Suzy Thompson. From: Lindsay Pennington.

The Sweetest Nursery Designs From HGTV Stars

No room is overlooked when it comes to our HGTV Stars. They deck out kids' spaces, transform kitchens and revamp living rooms — so it's no surprise they have the sweetest ideas for nurseries, too. From their own babies' rooms to their besties' little ones, they know how to create a space that satisfies both parents and their newborns alike. Get inspired by these playful, functional and heartfelt designs.

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Jenny and Dave Marrs: Rainbow Retreat

Without knowing the gender of their client's baby, Fixer to Fabulous hosts Jenny and Dave designed a sunny oasis fit for a boy or a girl. Jenny created a happy ambiance with a pastel-colored, painted rainbow on the wall behind the crib. And when the Marrs surprised the homeowners with their finished nursery, the homeowners surprised Jenny and Dave with news of the baby's gender: It's a girl!

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Photo: DENNYS ILIC. From: Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott.

Drew and Jonathan Scott: Chic Whimsy

With the help of the Property Bros on an episode of Celebrity IOU, Jay Leno surprised his former intern and close friend with a nursery for his first baby. Drew and Jonathan helped turn the former guest room into a functional space with floor-to-ceiling built-in storage, blackout curtains for naptime and a petite bassinet with rollers. Drew and Linda picked out the bright yellow giraffe.

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Erin and Ben Napier: Historic and Homey

Home Town hosts Erin and Ben combined historic charm with fanciful decor in this homeowner's nursery. Trim painted sage green highlights the home's interesting millwork. Striped curtains, grasscloth shades, a vibrant Turkish rug and aged wood furniture emanate Erin's signature Old World style but still feel young. The three tier rolling cart doubles as storage and a handy side table.

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