Parker’s baby boy nursery is bright in teal, mint and white without a theme. It’s a cute and creative space for a baby boy to grow up.
Levi’s silvery grey baby boy nursery room has blue touches and a fox theme for a calming effect and incorporates elements of Mickey Mouse from Disney World.
This baby girl’s nursery room features neutral colors but vivid bright accent decorations including a Christmas tree.
This boy’s nursery features teal blue and lime green colors and great bird details throughout including cages, decals, and a beautiful mobile.
This baby girl’s nursery room is a real hoot! With owls as a theme and feminine touches in pink and green, she can enjoy animal comforts as she grows.
This baby girl’s nursery is a combination of DIY and store bought items that could easily be changed if a baby boy arrived in the future.
When Maggie started preparing for the birth of her little boy Baird, she knew right away that we wanted the nursery to be gender neutral with colors in coral, red, blue, green and white.
Symbols of the sea are everywhere in Landon’s blue and white sail away with me room, nautical themed nursery boy room.
A super hero comic book themed baby boy nursery room features Superman, Spider-man, Batman
A deep royal blue nursery for Colton has an owl theme and features a tree branch decal over his crib. Mom made curtains and bedding DIY.
Baby Sofia is going to live in a beautiful pink palace of a nursery room covered with beautiful butterflies floating all around her.
We’re so in love with the transformation of this pink, aqua, light green room from Lily Pulitzer-esque nursery to big girl room for little Lou.
Aniston’s white and neutral cream baby girl nursery full of hand me downs, heirlooms and a little custom art made by the baby herself.
Iraq War veteran and Dancing with the Stars season 13 champion J.R. Martinez and his partner Diana Gonzalez-Jones created and elegant and meaningful nursery for their baby girl Lauryn designed by Little Crown Interiors.
A coral stripe was used in this boy’s modern nursery to keep from doing anything stereotypical and predictable by this interior designer.
We knew we were having a girl, but I’ve always liked orange and knew I could make a cute nursery for a girl without it having to be pink.
The inspiration for Avani’s beautiful teal and pink room was a stunning zebra print. She played off the black and white throughout the room but kept a bright atmosphere with the blue and pink.
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The truth is, Beth started with the Better Homes and Garden’s Paint in ‘Tan Almond.’ or “mustard” walls, and had NO idea where we would go from there.
Shayna had just bought an amazing vintage hot air balloon mobile and it was the final missing touch to the nursery room.
beautiful pictures of the nursery they spent months preparing. This beautiful green and butterfly themed room is perfect for their new princess.
Living in Oregon, Mallory sees a lot of gray days, and thought it would be nice to have some sunshine on the inside for baby Eden.
I wanted to make sure that Hannah’s nursery room was personalized, and full of inspirational words and scripture passages.
Amy envisioned a room for her daughter that was timeless, classy and all white, aiming for a spa-like guest bedroom, upping the glamorous ante in the room, without having a literal ‘princess’ feel.
Pink and dark gray were the color combination she selected, choosing a darker gray, since she wanted the room a tad more dramatic and less princess-y.
Rowan’s nursery has a grown-up feel to it which seems to suit Amy’s latest addition, as she says he “seems to have a bit of an old soul.”
Originally this would be a vintage owl theme for the room. Husband insisted they were not “manly enough” and he brought up comic book heroes…
I love the window treatment too! It wasn’t at all what I had planned, but the juxtaposition of the silk curtains and the chippy, beat up wood valance just make me smile.
Adding feminine touches and pops of pink when she found out she was expecting a baby girl, creating a space that was soothing and very feminine.
I am not a “pink for girls” person. I think teal is more neutral because you can pair it with so many different colors to change how it reads.
I love the bold wall colour, which works well with the chocolate carpet and makes the white furniture, wall decal and shelves really pop.
This mom took a huge risk by painting a baby girl’s room such a dark shade of gray. “I live in Seattle where it is gray outside nine months out of the year…did I really want to sit inside a gray room too?
When creating Kaiden’s Kryptonite nursery, Cheyenne’s goal was to stay away from a theme. Using shades of blues and greens against a gray wall, it allowed colors to really pop.
When it came to decorating her daughter’s nursery, Kate hit the ground running the day she found out she was expecting a girl.
Inspired by the flowery cherry blossom bedding, this Craft N Style mom transformed her daughter’s room into a pink palace.
Katrina fell in love with the green color, she calls Artichoke Pear and knew it would play an important role in their son Avery’s nursery.
We really loved the idea of doing something with clouds in the nursery so baby could feel like he was outside.
What Lindsay used to call the baby’s future nursery is now officially Oscar’s Room. Although they continue to add little elements over time, they are now ready to reveal his beautiful nursery!
When creating her daughter Vera’s nursery, Dawn’s goal was to create a colorful, fun and unexpected space, frilly lace and pastel need not apply. “I wanted a room that I would have loved as a little girl and that Vera can grow into.”