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    • Design by Little Crown Interiors / Photo by David Casas

      This baby room from Little Crown Interiors has a modern eclectic feel and an effortlessly laid back style, with natural tones, a mix of furniture styles, and lighthearted wall decor like an oversized initial and kid-friendly art.

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    • A Beautiful Mess

      Blogger Emma Chapman from A Beautiful Mess created a rainbow-tinted ode to joy in this sweet and simple baby room that came together with a few easy DIY touches that anyone could emulate, like multi-colored painted knobs on the changing table storage drawers. A patterned rug with a multi-colored geometric pattern adds a note of sophistication while remaining playful and fun.

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    • Design by Dale Blumberg Interiors

      In this nursery from Dale Blumberg Interiors, classic Cole & Son black-and-white birch tree wallpaper lines the walls to create a storybook feel. An oversized floor lamp and a stuffed giraffe add a touch of whimsy, while a few subtle pops of color on accessories and bedding add warmth to the neutral tones of the room.

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    • Design by Chango & Co. / Photo by Sarah Elliott

      This colorful, dynamic baby room from Chango & Co. has a modern feel with a retro vibe thanks to the geometric wall treatment in luminous shades of blue, green, and coral. A pale wood crib and arched bentwood bookshelf work beautifully against the refreshing, soft color to create an all-around feel-good space.

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    • Design by Erin Williamson Design

      In this nursery from Erin Williamson Design, medium-toned gray walls have a grounding effect that creates a calming base for an eclectic assortment of whimsical vintage accessories like a wire hot air balloon-shaped chandelier, a thrift store pirate painting, a stuffed animal trophy head, a vintage rocking chair, and a red Persian-style rug. It all adds up to a timeless design that can easily transition into a child's room once the crib is swapped out for a bed.

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    • Design by Little Crown Interiors / Photo by David Casas

      Interior designer Naomi Alon Coe of Little Crown Interiors used a bold, graphic palette of black and white for this contemporary nursery, demonstrating that you don't need color to create a stimulating design, and that there's no reason a nursery can't be just as sophisticated as any other room in the house.

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    • Design by Sissy Marley Interior Design / Photo by Marco Rica Studio

      In this light and airy neutral-toned baby room in shades of taupe and white, Sissy Marley Interior Design painted a bold striped ceiling to add just the right amount of playfulness and whimsy. The paint treatment helps to bring the high ceilings down a smidgen to make the room feel more cozy.

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    • Tuft and Trim

      This old world style nursery from Courtney Davey at Tuft and Trim has tree mural wallpaper and a two-toned palette of soft and dreamy tones of pastel blue and white, creating a soft, dreamy, cloudlike backdrop for a room filled with traditional vintage-style furniture and lighting.

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    • Design by Little Crown Interiors / Photo by Jenna Kutcher

      This midcentury modern inspired nursery designed by Little Crown Interiors features baby furniture including a crib and changing table with clean lines and rich wood tones that is stylish enough to flow seamlessly with the style of the rest of the house. The room decor is kept neutral and natural, with white walls, metallic accents, and notes of greenery throughout.

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    • Design by Liberty Interiors / Photo by Nikole Ramsay 

      Australian interior designer Nicole Rosenberg of Liberty Interiors created a fun, modern animal-themed nursery with graphic wallpaper, framed wall art, natural wood accents, and a mix of white, black and gray tones.

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    • The House That Lars Built

      This room from The House That Lars Built has saturated Kelly green walls, a vintage yellow and orange light fixture, green-and-white checkered curtains, dark stained wood furniture, a white wingback armchair, and a scene-stealing checkerboard rug in shades of burgundy and scorching hot pink.

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    • Design by Sissy Marley Interior Design / Photo by Marco Rica Studio

      In this baby room from Sissy Marley Interior Design, a dedicated reading corner includes a comfortable upholstered rocking chair, clear acrylic book display wall shelving, a stuffed animal trophy head to define the space, and a faux zebra rug.

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    • Design by Leclair Decor

      This cosmic-inspired baby room from Leclair Decor has a simple neutral palette of black and white, patterned textiles, and framed prints of the moon keeping watch over the crib.

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    • Design by Becca Interiors

      The baby room in this Hudson River, NY Colonial from Becca Interiors has a vintage feel, with its printed wallpaper, velvet armchair, and aged palette of muted yellows and browns.

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    • Design by Chango & Co. / Photo by Sarah Elliott

      This spacious baby room from Chango & Co. was designed to grow with the child. The designers chose black-and-white wallpaper that creates a dynamic feel, a modern changing table will easily transition into a dresser, installed a gallery wall of graphic prints, and added a row of low-slung shelving that is perfect for toys now but will last throughout childhood once the toys have been swapped out.

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    • Design by Kim Gordon Designs 

      This baby room from Kim Gordon Designs looks like a jungle book come to life, with walls covered in vividly illustrated wild animals and lush flora. Natural wood and rattan furniture are a perfect complement that keeps the focus on the animals.

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    • Design by Christina Kim Interior Design / Photo by Raquel Langworthy Photography

      The salmon pink ceiling in this nursery from Christina Kim Interior Design creates a warm rosy glow while a bright orange sideboard and geometric pattern rug add punch. The Venetian mirror is the kind of timeless investment piece that will become a signature element of the room as it changes and grows with the child.

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    • Design by Cathie Hong Interiors / Photo by Talitha Photos

      Cathie Hong Interiors used a soothing palette of green, white, and natural wood tones to create this comfortable modern nursery. Wallpaper sketched with woodland creatures, framed palm prints hanging over the crib, a patterned rug, a comfy armchair, and a bear-shaped hamper add just the right touch of whimsy while maintaining a serene and airy feel.

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    • Design by Mindy Gayer Design Co. / Photo by Lindsay Stetson Thompson

      This nursery from Mindy Gayer Design Co. sticks to a neutral palette of creamy shades of white and soft shades of black to create a serene gender-neutral feel. Plenty of textural elements add softness and interest, from the pompom wall hanging to the round Moroccan rug.

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    • Design by Chango & Co. / Photo by Sarah Elliott

      This light and airy nursery from Chango & Co. has a white-on-white aesthetic that is calming and easy on the eyes. Textural and colorful accents like a neon yellow wall sconce add warmth and personality. Keeping the overall baby room white allows you to make small changes that have a big impact without renovating the entire space as the baby changes and grows.

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    • Design by Little Crown Interiors / Photo by David Casas

      In this cheerful baby room from Little Crown Interiors, multi-colored confetti wallpaper covers the walls, providing a rainbow of accent color choices to pull from when decorating the rest of the room that can be changed up when the room needs a refresh without starting from scratch.

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    • Design by Chango & Co. / Photo by Sarah Elliott

      One approach to decorating a nursery is to keep the design consistent with the rest of your home's decor, maintaining a sense of cohesion that also makes it easier to adapt the room as time passes. In this coastal baby room from Chango & Co., white painted shiplap walls, a curvy overstuffed armchair, light wood crib, and natural woven elements create a fresh and calming space for babies and parents alike.

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    • Design by Forbes Masters

      This theatrical nursery from Forbes Masters embraces the power of pink, from the bubblegum pink ceiling to the curtains, rug, and bedding. Hints of dark gold add a royal touch, and contrasting gray calms things down a bit.

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    • Design by Cathie Hong Interiors / Photo by Christy Q. Photo

      This compact nursery from Cathie Hong Interiors sticks to a clean neutral palette of whites and grays, with pale wood accents, and a few graphic touches on the alphabet rug and illustrated wallpaper, to keep it interesting and playful.

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    • The House That Lars Built

      This baby room from The House That Lars Built has pale robin's egg blue walls, a floating sailboat suspended from the ceiling, and a hand-painted pear tree and little red bird mural in an unexpected corner, the stuff of childhood dreams.

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    • A Beautiful Mess

      Blogger Elsie Larson from A Beautiful Mess added boho design touches to this free-spirited nursery design, with its patterned rug and wallpaper, colorful wall hanging, Moroccan leather pouf, and a tall wicker giraffe keeping watch by the window.

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    • Design by Little Crown Interiors / Photo by David Casas

      In this clean, modern nursery from Little Crown Interiors, a palette of black, white, and gray is softened with pale wood furniture and a touch of greenery. A matte black accent wall adds depth to the room and creates a soothing backdrop for a gallery wall above the crib, giving the smart contemporary baby room a surprisingly cozy feel.

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    • Design by AHG Interiors / Photo by Nick Glimenakis 

      In this Queens, NYC garden apartment baby room from AHG Interiors, a hand-painted mural featuring animals and hot air balloons adds whimsy and enchantment to an otherwise cookie cutter space.

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    • Design by Forbes Masters

      In this twins' nursery from Forbes Masters, wrap-around forest scene wallpaper creates a storybook atmosphere that adds whimsy to the neutral-toned space.

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    • Design by Mel Bean Interiors / Photo by Kacey Gilpin

      This baby room from Mel Bean Interiors uses a play of patterns from the wallpapered ceiling to the rug and bedding, while graphic black accents on the windows and around the ceiling border add graphic interest, and a black teepee and tassel wall hanging over the crib adds playfulness.

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    • Design by Mindy Gayer Design Co. / Photo by Kyle Monk

      In this baby room from Mindy Gayer Design Co., a taupe and gray palette includes bold horizontal striped wallpaper, a weathered wood crib and matching storage cubbies, plenty of soft textiles, and pale blue accents to freshen it up.

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    • Design by Jules Interiors

      This traditional style nursery from Jules Interiors has a tonal palette of pale gray walls and complementary silvery accents like framed art and a vintage style mirror, while elegant drapery and comfortable furnishings give the baby room a soigné feel.

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    • Design by Mindy Gayer Design Co.

      This spacious nursery from Mindy Gayer Design Co. has soft blue-and-white printed wallpaper, white textiles, and a baby-sized table and chairs that will come in handy for playtime as the child grows.

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    • Design by Interiors By McCall

      In this sunny nursery from McCall Dulkys of Interiors By McCall, coral paint on the wainscotting, a natural wood crib, and a tall fate-tempting cactus give the room an easy breezy Southwestern-inspired feel that feels fresh and modern.

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    • Design by Sissy Marley Interior Design / Photo by Marco Rica Studio

      In this animal-themed baby room from Sissy Marley Interior Design, animal-themed art, wall sconces, rugs, and toys create a nursery jungle atmosphere rendered in calming sepia tones of brown and white.

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    • Design by Leclair Decor

      This neutral-toned baby room from Leclair Decor has an airy, feminine feel, with soft gold printed wallpaper, a tall vase of branches, and a white feathered juju hat decorating the wall above the crib.

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    • Design by Cathie Hong Interiors / Photo by Christy Q. Photo

      This minimalist nursery from Cathie Hong Interiors features soft shades of white and furniture with clean, simple lines. But the designer added quiet decorative accents that warm the space, such as framed illustrations, wood toys, and a pink table lamp on the changing table.

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    • Design by The Posh Home / Photo by Jcqlin Photography

      This simple nursery from The Posh Home features wainscotting painted dark navy around the lower half of the room, graphic patterned wallpaper on top, and a framed giraffe print hanging over the crib.

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    • Design and Photo by Centered by Design

      In this baby room from interior Claire Staszak of Centered by Design, dark floral wallpaper in shades of black, pink, and red, crisp white paint, elegant furniture and lighting, and framed ballerina art above the crib creates a sophisticated and refined nursery feel.

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    • Design by Sissy Marley Interior Design / Photo by Marco Rica Studio

      Sissy Marley Interior Design carved an adorable book nook out of a corner of this NYC baby room. A whimsical toy trophy head mounted on the wall defines the space, wall-mounted shelving displays books, and two tiny stools stand by waiting for baby to grow tall enough to use them while looking adorable in the meantime.

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    Best Baby Room Ideas

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    Looking for genius baby room ideas—specifically ones that are as creative and cute as they are helpful? We've got you covered. Whether you have space to spare or are looking to get scrappy with just a few square feet in a small home, you'll want to try these brilliant ideas for baby bedroom decor, baby room storage, baby room organization and other pre-baby preparation essentials. Bringing your baby home will take up enough of your headspace as is; the last thing you'll want is for home décor to be an item on your already long to-do list.

    Of course, when it comes to decorating your baby room, the first element you should pay attention to is safety. Our ideas take that into account, incorporating well-known best practices with expert-led tutorials and projects. What matters far more than stocking the room with lovely picture frames, after all, is making sure that the door latches are covered and the rest of the room is baby-proofed properly.

    But your concern for your baby's well-being doesn't stop at the entrance to the baby room, and neither do our ideas. Here, we've also included tons of ideas for showering the rest of your home with baby-proofed items, from fridge organization tips to laundry room storage ideas. With our best advice, getting your home in tip-top shape won't be a headache, but another joy that comes with welcoming a child.

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    Make a Door Latch Cover

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    Stock an Extra Changing Station

    This clear changing attachment allows you to see when supplies are running low. Fasten it to living room or kitchen furniture to prevent running up and down the stairs throughout the day.

    Get the tutorial at My Sweet Nest.

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    Craft a Crib Bumper

    This colorful, DIY cushion is ideal for protecting little ones. Customize the piece by choosing a pattern in hues that complement your nursery decor.

    Get the tutorial at Vanilla Joy.

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    Mount Everything

    Try mounting items or accessories you'll use regularly—this blogger used wood from an old project and clothespins to hang all of her daughter's headbands for a simple, rustic display.

    Get the tutorial at Live A Little Wilder.

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    Make a Growth Chart

    Trust us: Your baby will grow quicker than a weed. Install a chart in their room to track his or her height, like this adorable, rustic arrow for a little boy's room.

    See more at Fawn Over Baby.

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    Set up a Diaper Station

    Repurpose a kitchen cart as a storage area for all of your diaper-changing needs, neatly arranging all of her wipes, diapers, toiletries, and burp cloths for easy access.

    See more at Hello Baby Brown.

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    Transform a Dresser

    Amp up your little one's dresser with a bit of paint—no sanding or taping required for this DIY project! Try doing an ombre pattern on the shelving in the color of your choice.

    Get the tutorial at Project Nursery.

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    Design for the Future

    One day your baby will grow into a teenager, so design the room to grow with her. The pom-pom trimmed curtains, beaded chandelier, and antique rug in this Tennessee home's nursery are all features that can follow this gal into her teen years.

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    Hang a Mobile

    Give your new arrival something sweet and personal to coo over and contemplate, by making your own mobile to hang over the crib. This cloud-and-raindrop version couldn't be cuter.

    Get the tutorial at Handmade Charlotte.

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    Paint the Nursery

    Even if you don't intend to go all out with a theme, you'll probably want to give your baby's new room a fresh coat of paint. Pick a color in keeping with traditions for your new baby's gender, or go with a gender-neutral approach.

    See more tips on choosing the right shades at Pottery Barn Kids.

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    Decorate the Baby's Room

    In addition to a fresh coat of paint, give the baby's room some soothing decorative touches. There's no reason to bring in a ton of over-the-top characters and colors into the space (unless you want to). For a subtler but still ever so sweet touch, try DIY bunting in colors that match your nursery's look.

    Get the tutorial at Vanilla Bean Diaries.

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    Maximize Storage

    Even if you have a large house, you'll likely be looking for convenient storage near baby, so you won't have to go far for anything you need – especially during those first long, tired nights and days. A low-profile plastic storage tub concealed behind a crib skirt gives you access to newborn necessities at the ready, any time.

    See more hidden storage ideas at A Lovely Lark.

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    Prepare the Changing Table Essentials

    Put the diapers and wipes adjacent to the changing table – just where you'll need them right away. Keep everything tidy and attractive with a sweet storage solution, like this wicker basket diaper caddy.

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    Maximize Garage Space

    Those days of hodgepodge boxes and haphazard stacking in the garage are over. When you bring home your little one, you'll probably be shopping and buying in bulk for necessities like diapers. Make space for your family's new warehousing needs by organizing that garage ahead of the big arrival.

    Here's how to get started.

    SHOP DIAPER CADDIES

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    Rethink Rooms

    As you make way for a nursery, you may be consolidating some rooms in the house. (And, you may be kissing such luxuries as a private home office goodbye.) Make the most of space by turning various rooms into a single revamped multifunction space, like this delightful playroom-office combo.

    See more at Lookie Boo.

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    Prepare Baby's Closet

    Your baby already may have more clothes than you do, thanks to generous shower gifts from excited friends and family. Keep everything organized with this simple DIY for closet dividers by size.

    Get the tutorial at Under the Sycamore.

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    Organize the Freezer

    When the baby comes, your loved ones will probably want to help out by swinging by with a ton of pre-cooked meals to sustain you in those hectic early days. And when you do have the time to cook, you may want to do it in bulk to save time and energy for days after. Accommodate that onslaught of frozen foods by overhauling the freezer in advance, first doing a thorough purge, and then organizing the space using plastic bins.

    Get the tutorial at I Heart Organizing.

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    Babyproof Everything

    In your quest to make your home safe for the new baby, you may come across a ton of unattractive but essential gizmos and gadgets. Inject a little style to the process when possible—like with this door latch catcher.

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    Get the Laundry Room Ready

    A new addition means you'll feel like you're doing laundry nonstop. To prepare, get that laundry room or area in fighting shape, with a smart and attractive organizing strategy like this DIY pegboard system project.

    Get the tutorial at Posh Space.

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    Prep for Paperwork

    After baby arrives, you might be too tired (and, okay, a bit too overwhelmed) to organize the key paperwork. Make sure that you keep track of important documents like your new one's birth certificate, social security card, and immunization information by preparing a file in advance, meant for organizing exactly those things.

    Get the tutorial at Unoriginal Mom.

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    Contact us for Custom Size to Fit Your Space! "Mimosa" is a sophisticated combination of blushes, coral, lilac, beige, white, and gold. Perfect for bedrooms, powder room wallpaper or a hallway, this print will certainly make a dramatic accent wall. Stark shapes and soft colors make our wall mural the perfect eye opening decal or traditional wallpaper for your space. Create real gold tones with the complimentary kit to transfer gold leaf onto the abstract, digital printed design. The "Mimosa" mural is an original Blueberry Glitter painting converted into a large format wall mural. This mural comes with a gold leaf kit to add real gold leaf in areas that you really want to see shine!! Available in Peel and Stick Decal Application and Traditional Wallpaper Peel and Stick: The adhesive application allows for easy removal with no damage to the wall. Pre-pasted: The pre-pasted wallpaper application is a common wall covering with glue paste on the back that activates when wet.

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    Bright and classic looking white tones are paired with Gold and Industrial accents for a classic look without all the classic weight. The warm white paint on the crib is gilded with 22K gold and the headboard features the tufted removable panel with a beige velvet fabric.

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    The clients wanted a "gender-neutral" nursery, as well as a timeless design. The earth tones and classic furnishings fulfill both requests. Photo by Emily Minton Redfield

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    Rustic Zen Residence by Locati Architects, Interior Design by Cashmere Interior, Photography by Audrey HallExample of a mountain style gender-neutral carpeted and gray floor nursery design in Other with multicolored walls
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    A new baby deserves a comfortable and calming first room. Enjoy this selection of top baby room decor ideas.

    Creating a beautiful nursery is one of the privileges of bringing a new life into the family. Because you and your baby will spend many hours in this room, make it as functional and welcoming as possible. Your nursery ideas may follow the rest of your interior style, or you might see it as an opportunity to do something entirely different. The choice is yours.

    While an infant’s physical needs are quite simple, he or she will quickly accumulate a lot of stuff. It’s worth it to invest in nursery furniture that grows with the child. You can purchase a crib that converts to a toddler bed and then a headboard for a lifetime of use. Enjoy browsing this gallery of ideas created for the newest love of your life.

    1. Girls Baby Room Ideas

    Designing a baby girl nursery can turn even the most down-to-earth parent into a lover of all things pink and frilly. There is something magical about the colors, textures, and accessories that represent classic little girl decor. However, your daughter’s baby room doesn’t have to be over-the-top girly. Modern and Scandinavian-inspired nurseries beautifully envelop your girl in a clean, feminine atmosphere.

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    Now, all colors—even blue—are welcome in a baby girl’s nursery design. If you’re not into pink but want a similar feeling of warmth, use pale peach or lavender instead. Gray goes well with these soft feminine hues, and you can use it for flooring or furniture. Gray is also good for an accent wall behind the crib, or for painting the closet door, room door, window frames, and trim.

    Every design element that softens and feminizes other rooms will work well in a baby girl nursery. Hang sheer, flowing curtains and look for artwork that includes hearts, flowers, or butterflies. Set a vase of lifelike silk flowers on a high shelf and replace the overhead light fixture with a sparkly chandelier. Drape a string of fairy lights along the ceiling for a sweet night light alternative.

    2. Boys Baby Room Ideas

    Blue is still the most popular color when it comes to baby boy nursery design. However, your son’s nursery decor doesn’t have to include a single drop of blue. Black and white paired with a splash of bright yellow or red has a modern, masculine vibe. As in girls’ nursery decor, gray is wildly popular and pairs well with white and turquoise.

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    Because contrasting colors help your baby’s sight develop, don’t be afraid to use bright colors and patterns in your son’s baby room. A variety of geometric shapes, stripes, and dots make for a modern nursery theme. Add a rocking horse and plenty of stuffed animals to emphasize that it’s a baby nursery and not a room for an older kid.

    Using a nautical theme is a classic baby boy room idea. Nautical decorating ideas include navy blue stripes, anchor-printed fabrics, and artwork featuring boats and fish. Simple zigzag wall decals can represent ocean waves without being overly obvious. Break up the sea of blue and white with a splash of red, metallic gold, or silver.

    3. Gender Neutral Baby Room Ideas

    If you don’t know if you’re having a baby boy or a baby girl, a gender-neutral nursery theme is a must. Even if you do know the baby’s sex, your plan might be to reuse the nursery for future siblings. If so, keeping the space gender neutral eliminates the need to redecorate for each new baby. You may also be a parent who simply prefers a child’s room to have no indication of gender.

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    Certain baby room ideas work well in a gender-neutral nursery. An animal-themed baby room is fun and friendly, whether your decor depicts a variety of zoo animals, teddy bears, or dogs and cats. Paint clouds on blue walls and hang colorful umbrellas from the ceiling for a weather-themed nursery room. Using a full range of rainbow hues is a festive and fun way to brighten a small nursery.

    4. White Rooms for Babies

    White is the color of innocence, cleanliness, and dreamy, fluffy clouds. It is a perfect addition to any nursery, whether it covers the walls or colors the rug your baby crawls upon. White paint instantly refreshes furniture and opens up a small nursery. It is the perfect blank canvas for any nursery color palette, from primary to pastel.

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    Sheer white drapes soften the look of a modern nursery design, and a white crib skirt will coordinate with most crib bedding styles. One stunning way to use white as a nursery decor idea is to paint the walls the palest shade of blue, pink, green, or purple. Then fill the room with white furniture, bedding, light fixtures, and other decor.

    5. Neutral Baby Room Ideas

    Although most people envision color when thinking of nursery ideas, a neutral color palette can work well in a baby room. Neutral nursery shades include the entire spectrum of browns and grays. Modern and Scandinavian design rely on a neutral color background to highlight the room’s textures. This same concept shows off the simple lines of a beautiful crib, or the plush pattern of a hand-crocheted blanket.

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    If you love a neutral nursery, get creative with the elements you include in your nursery ideas. Get a high-end crib and changing table crafted from a beautiful type of wood. Replace an ordinary closet door with a sliding barn door for a neutral farmhouse feel. Look for crib bedding that has an exciting geometric pattern incorporating several shades of your chosen color.

    Texture is what makes a neutrally-colored room interesting. Corduroy, velvet, chunky cable knits, or shimmery satin takes curtains or blankets from boring to inviting. Hang a bouquet of tan or gray feathers above the changing table or dangle light paper lanterns from darker ribbon strings. A series of high-contrast black and white photographs are vital decor in a nursery decorated in grayscale hues.

    6. Nature Inspired / Boho Baby Room Ideas

    A nature-inspired baby room gives a nod to the great outdoors. It may transport you into the middle of the jungle or to the peaceful seashore. A mural featuring palm trees, succulents, or a hardwood forest can anchor a nature-inspired nursery theme. Add an abstract cluster of metal butterflies or dangle a row of origami birds from the ceiling.

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    A boho baby room is one where anything goes. The opposite of minimalism, these “maximalist” baby rooms are colorful, eccentric, and artsy. Choose a rug or chandelier accented with fringes and tassels, and feel free to mix and match fabric textures. Embrace international decor with a colorful Persian rug on the floor and silk mandala-printed pillows in your nursing chair.

    7. Dark Color Palettes for Baby Room Ideas

    Most parents shy away from dark colors in a nursery, but proper use of these hues can be the one thing that takes the room from “Okay” to “Wow!” The secret to making dark colors work in a nursery is to use them intentionally and somewhat sparingly. A dark-gray or walnut crib and dresser add a classic touch that lighter woods cannot convey. Dark flooring firmly anchors your nursery design.

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    Painting one wall midnight blue or deep eggplant gives you an excellent place to show off lighter artwork and accessories. Use chalkboard paint on one wall or just a portion of it. You will enjoy doodling pictures for your baby now, and he or she will love coloring on it as a toddler. Its dark shade makes a chalkboard wall a functional and attractive feature.

    8. Twins and Siblings Baby Room Ideas

    Designing a nursery for twins or multiples presents unique challenges, particularly if floor space is hard to come by. Making room for two cribs is something that can wait until your babies are mobile. Newborn twins generally sleep better close beside one another as they were in the womb.

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    When you need to put up two cribs, or you need a crib and a bed for an older child, keep your other furniture simple. If you can, have your kids share a dresser or utilize closet space for clothes storage. Forgo the changing table and change your baby’s diapers on a floor mat instead.

    If your baby must share a room with an older sibling, get a bunk bed or twin bed for your older child. If you can find a bunk bed with a dresser built-in, that will help open up extra floor space. In a small bedroom for siblings, a loft bed may allow you to place the crib in the space beneath it.

    9. Statement Wall Baby Room Ideas

    A statement wall is a fantastic design element in any room, and the options for a baby nursery are nearly endless. Paint one wall a dark gray or navy blue to show off light-colored furniture, shelves, or artwork. Hire an artist to paint a mural on one wall, or buy an adhesive mural that you can remove later. You can also make an accent wall with wallpaper that reflects your baby nursery theme.

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    Wall stickers come in a dizzying array of designs and are a quick way to add an interesting touch to your nursery decor. Apply a bundle of flower blossom decals above the changing table, or run a line of chevron-shaped decals around the room. Painters tape makes it easy to section off a geometric pattern or stripes. Use multiple colors to create a patterned statement wall.

    Baby Room FAQs

    What do you need for a baby room?

    A baby’s nursery doesn’t have to be over the top. As for furniture, your baby needs a safe crib and a dresser for their clothing. A changing table and a nursing chair aren’t necessities, but they are nice to have. You will need a crib mattress, waterproof mattress cover, crib sheets, and diapers.

    When should you start decorating your baby’s room?

    Ideally, you should start decorating the baby’s nursery at least three months before your due date. That way, you’ll finish the room even if you go into preterm labor. If you have the time and resources, you can start working on the nursery design even earlier. Just don’t wait until your last month to get started.

    What colors make babies happy?

    Babies are visually attracted to colors and patterns with strong contrasts, such as black and white. However, cool colors are calming and peaceful, making them perfect for a baby’s room. Think shades of blue, green, or purple. Neutral colors can also be soothing, but you should add pops of red, pink, or yellow to brighten up the space.

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    When a newborn is on the way, there is no need to add extra stress. However, sorting through baby room ideas, colors, or artwork for your baby’s nursery can be time-consuming. You need to make sure your child is comfortable and safe, but you also want to provide a visually stimulating environment that will help nurture their development.

    You’ll find inspiration in these 55 sweet baby room themes. Just remember to start with the basics: purpose, basic needs, color palette, and safety. After you’ve reached those goals, you can go crazy with inspiring nursery ideas that can be easily modified as your baby gets older.

    If you already know what you’re having, browse our creative baby girl room and baby boy room designs that will be sure to get you excited for your little one’s arrival!

    1. Wild Side

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    Embrace your little one’s wild side and create an appreciation for animals with nursery decor inspired by wildlife. A big zebra rug, framed animal prints, and stuffed animals are both adorable and practical decor.

    2. Exploration Time

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    Inspire your little one to learn about the world. World maps, flying airplanes, and adorable teepees for reading are the perfect theme to keep as he or she grows older.

    3. Giraffes Galore

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    A few bold giraffes help transform a baby boy’s nursery into one with an animal theme. Tie in different plush animals to the crib mobile that can double as play toys when he gets older.

    4. Changing Stations

    When planning a baby nursery, leave plenty of room for diaper changes and changing tables. Mobiles will help keep your young one distracted!

    5. Sandy Beaches

    Beachfront property is at a premium, but in your kid’s rooms, it’s easy to create. Paint the walls a beachy turquoise color, add a sandcastle clay, and let them exercise some creativity.

    6. A Horse, Of Course

    For the future equine loving kids, be sure to add horse wall prints, plenty of room for ribbons, and a special shelf for collectible horses.

    7. Mountain Backdrop

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    For a gender-neutral baby nursery, opt for light woods, greens, and grays. A gorgeous mountain mural will make a calming backdrop for kids who love to play outdoors. Swap out eclectic elements such as a wood hanging mobile, adorable stuffed animals, and simple wood crib.

    8. Perfect Pyramids

    Visit ancient Egypt with realistic wall murals of pyramids and a crib that looks like a boat. Vintage hieroglyphics make the perfect nursery wall art.

    9. Eager Elephants

    A gray and white color scheme paired with elephants makes for an easy gender-neutral theme. Coordinate elephant prints with the other cute stuffed toys.

    10. Chevron Stripes

    Mix and match chevron stripes by including a throw rug on the floor, hanging a blanket over a crib, or painting the walls.

    11. Colorful Gallery Wall

    Try a gallery wall of beautiful artwork in your child’s nursery. Whether you choose to frame baby portraits or fun prints of fairy tales, a photo wall adds a distinctive style to your child’s bedroom.

    12. Custom Decor

    If you and your older kids are artists at heart, frame your creations and use them to create a new look every week. From family portraits to simple doodles, there’s no better way to personalize the nursery.

    13. The Road Less Traveled

    Two roads converged in the wood. Show your children the importance of being unique and making their own decisions. Frame your favorite motivational quotes to inspire big dreams.

    14. Monster Mania

    Have some fun with the monster theme. You don’t want to scare the little ones, but a few good monsters never hurt anyone. Use cartoon characters and imaginative wall colors.

    15. Aquaman Undersea

    Make an ocean theme pop with hanging wall art that can be easily rearranged or removed from any baby room. Be sure to add whales, lots of mermaids, talking fish, and anything else that will inspire imagination.

    16. Personalized Plaques

    Adding a personalized plaque over a crib is a fun way to personalize a baby room. Use a fun woodland or adventure fox theme with your little one’s name for a unique touch.

    17. Home Economics

    Foster a love of baking by including an easy cook oven into a bedroom. Clever fruit and vegetable-inspired toys will help your child feel like they’re creating a gourmet meal.

    18. Flying High

    Encourage a love of flying with decor that features airplanes, balloons, blimps and lots of clouds. Crib sheets with little airplanes are too adorable for words.

    19. Nautical Nursery

    Canvas whale, crab, and anchor silhouette art help create the perfect nautical baby room theme. Tie it together with navy-striped curtains, a ship’s compass, and paddles to give your baby direction.

    20. The Great Outdoors

    Bring the great outdoors inside and teach your kids a love of nature. Baby girl room themes benefit from this idea just as much as baby boy room themes do.

    21. Whiteboards Wonder

    Magnet boards are fun ways to inspire kids throughout childhood. Best of all, it allows you to change the theme every month or add a chore calendar for when he or she grows up.

    22. Construction Crew

    Set up a roadway through your baby’s bedroom (and don’t forget the expressway to the changing table). Any little boy will love trucks and diggers galore in his play space.

    23. Scandinavian Style

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    Whites and greys make the perfect palette for a Scandinavian inspired baby room. Choose bedding that is elegant in its simplicity for this minimalist theme.

    24. Forest Fun

    Add a whimsical element to any forest animal design. Woodland-inspired stuffed animals and wall murals with trees will make any room a fairytale.

    25. Ceiling Constellations

    Not all kids fall asleep fast, so give them something to stare at and learn about as they drift off to sleep. A nightlight or other lighted mobile can lend a different perspective on heavenly objects.

    26. Tribal Style

    Make cribs into teepees and beds into wigwams. Wall hangings and throw pillows can bring a bohemian look to any bedroom style.

    27. Black And White

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    For a classic and modern nursery, opt for white walls and black accents. From the changing table with tabletop frames, black and white bedding, or playful toy and laundry baskets, there’s plenty of ways to decorate.

    28. Colorful Crib

    Create a soothing space with a colorful crib that fits into the decor of your baby’s room.

    29. Here, Kitty, Kitty

    If your baby loves animals, choose a theme that demonstrates their love. A cat-themed wallpaper is a great tribute to kids and kitties.

    30. Summer Days

    Alligators, fireflies, and swampland offer a distinctive beauty all their own. Don’t forget to add the weeping willows!

    31. Lovely Lumberjack

    A paddle above the crib creates that rustic outdoor nursery look. Create a personalized name banner with a metal initial sign to make your new baby feel at home.

    32. Baby Animals

    Commune with animals in a forest, run with colts on a farm, or cuddle a kitten. There is room for all animals and kids in a baby animal themed room.

    33. Final Frontier

    Unexplored worlds and a ceiling of glow-in-the-dark stars will set your baby up for a life of exploration. Discover a few DIY mobile ideas for keeping babies entertained in their crib.

    34. Deep Blue

    Choose a deep blue ocean scene and use the walls for ocean-inspired wildlife. Clever whale-inspired wall art or baby shark toys lend a playful feel to the room.

    35. Sweet Swans

    A single swan sits beside an elegantly dressed crib in this baby girl’s room. A pink and white vintage crib paired with white walls creates a calming environment for your little girl.

    36. Best In Show

    Teach your kids some new tricks by creating an interactive bedroom. Whether they love baking or science, there should be space for hobbies.

    37. Storage Benches

    Multi-purpose sitting areas help hide all the toys that your kids love (but refuse to put away). You can even DIY the top of the seats with colorful patterned cushions.

    38. Rockets Glare

    Rockets and spaceships rule a kid’s rooms with fun ceiling art and creative neon colors. Inspire exploration with a mini telescope of their own.

    39. Eclectic Area

    Set the tone of your child’s room with several eclectic area rugs that capture the style of your decor. For a little girl’s room, add a shag floor seat and reading teepee to inspire.

    40. Circus Life

    Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! These are the perfect way to integrate a fun circus theme. Include red striped curtains and oversized animals.

    41. Endangered Wildlife

    Teach kids early that all life must be treasured. Scenic walls can include murals of waterfalls and framed photographs of endangered wild animals.

    42. Round Pegs

    Round pegs and square holes—they may not be allies in math, but they can be a fun way to show off your child’s creative personality! It’s a great way to teach your baby about shapes early on.

    43. Rustic Wood

    Keep your baby’s room design simple. A rustic wood accent wall makes a bold statement, while the calming white crib and curtains balance out the masculine feel.

    44. Love Of Art

    Use cleverly applied circles of varying sizes as wall paint, then hang your favorite artwork from classical or modern artists.

    45. Words, Words, Words

    Inspire them early on with word walls and word art. Word art is a great way to teach your kids about the alphabet when they are toddlers.

    46. Presidential Candidates

    Your dream of raising a president can come true in the USA. Display patriotic artwork, flags from allies, and navy blue accent colors.

    47. Cartoon Fun

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    Cartoon characters are a fun way to inspire your child’s creativity. Adorable hand-drawn animals on the walls tie into the badger pillow and monogram crib sheets.

    48. Boho Blues

    Eclectic throw rugs, draping curtains, and big blankets are the keystones of this room. Consider a hanging plant or macrame wall art to complete the look.

    49. Camping Out

    Let your kids sleep under the stars in the safety of their own bed tents. A faux fur rug and wood accents make it feel like the great outdoors every night.

    50. Up In the Air

    Have some balloon fun with a hot air balloon theme. String garlands across the ceiling and balloon prints for your little one to dream of new heights.

    51. Playful Wallpaper

    Pick an adorable animal, like pink and white bunnies, to display for your nursery wallpaper. Tie the wall colors into the rest of the room decor—from the crib to the plush toys.

    52. Last Frontier

    They say that Alaska is our last frontier, but you can go wild creating a fun replica of the territories in the room using maps, wall murals and replicas of wildlife.

    53. Building Blocks

    No matter what age, babies love to play with blocks. Create a new take on a classic design inspired by a love of engineering and architecture.

    54. Pretty Pastels

    Charming pastel colors are simple to switch up as baby grows up. As a bonus, these lighter, jewel toned backgrounds make the picture perfect background for you and your baby.

    55. Patterned Walls

    A simple triangle pattern is all that is needed to really transform a baby’s room. Offset the triangle pattern with a chevron area rug. Decorative pillows and oversized plush animals complete the perfect look for the nursery.

    Baby rooms may feel overwhelming at first, but the more thought you put into it, the more fun you can have. If you’re not sure how you can afford your dream design, consider discussing with friends and family when they as asking what you want for new baby gifts. Early planning and a detailed gift registry will go a long ways towards

    Choose wall paint and room design that’s simple to transform into new themes. Your baby will grow up faster than you think and you don’t want to worry about a redesign when there are first steps and quality time to consider.