Baby Rooms Ideas
Baby Rooms Ideas
From vintage-cool to ultra mod, we found stylish baby room decor, themes, and colors from around the web. You can find every style be it bright and playful or calm and refined. Steal the stunning nursery decorating ideas you see or get even more ideas and tips. Tags: Nursery & Bedding, Preparing for Baby, Most Popular By Sasha Emmons
Baby Rooms Ideas
Baby Room Themes: Easy as ABCKatie Stephenson of Art Wall Online built her nursery around Ida Pearle’s charming set of colorful alphabet cards, which gave the room an anything-goes color scheme. “I didn’t want a particular 2 or 3-color palette, I wanted anything I brought in to work in the room, no matter the color,” says Stephenson. “I also didn’t want ‘baby’ colors like baby blue, light pink and light green. The colors in the room and bright and cheery.”
Baby Rooms Ideas
Earthy Baby Room DesignNot sure where to start when creating a nursery? Choose a piece or two you love, and go from there, like Leah Steen of Revival Home & Garden did for her daughter’s room. “My inspiration for the nursery was the brown/white Dwell bedding I found and a fabulous baby blanket that had bright green polka-dots,” says Steen. “I didn’t know the baby’s sex at the time, so I thought the chocolate brown and green would be great for a boy or girl. I had my mom make the curtains to tie the seemingly disparate colors together, and I have some fun vintage art sprinkled around the room that bring in the browns and the orange of the Eames rocker.”
Baby Rooms Ideas
Wild Child Nursery RoomZebra print in the nursery? In the hands of Karly Hand, one half of the blog Design Crisis, it totally worked for son Eero’s room. “I knew I didn’t want a typical baby blue room with any of the theme decor sold at baby stores.” Hand says. “I saw several great rooms out there and the ones I was drawn to most used a lot of high contrast black and white. Knowing that babies love black and white patterns, I took it and ran.”
Baby Rooms Ideas
Baby Girl Room Ideas: Modern PinkWant to do pink for your baby’s room, but in a modern way? Nicole Balch of Making It Lovely used shades of the color throughout her home, so it was only natural to use it for daughter Eleanor’s room too. “I knew I wanted to use pink, but not in a sugary sweet pastel way,” says Balch. “All of the black and dark brown elements help to keep the room feeling grounded.”
From vintage-cool to ultra mod, we found stylish baby room decor, themes, and colors from around the web. You can find every style be it bright and playful or calm and refined. Steal the stunning nursery decorating ideas you see or get even more ideas and tips.
Nautical Baby NurseryBlogger Joanna Goddard of A Cup of Jo wanted to give son Toby’s room a nautical feel as a nod to her grandparents’ fishing village in Cornwall, England. The sailboat mobile, a gift from Goddard’s siblings, has the number of her grandparents’ boat embroidered onto the one of the sails. The piece de la resistance is the hand-painted cloud blackout shade, which creates a focal point out of something that could have been ordinary. “Our friend and interior designer Jenny Komenda, who helped us decorate the nursery, made it herself, and it gives the room an open and breezy feel, even when I’m up with the baby in the middle of the night,” says Goddard.
Choosing Baby Room ColorsThis gray and mustard nursery from blogger Melanie Bauer proves you can still have a nursery with personality even if you don’t know the baby’s gender. “ Leighton’s nursery is also half of my home studio space. Since we weren’t finding out her gender beforehand, I decided to go with what would make me happy,” she says. “I was and still am in love with the grey/yellow color scheme.”
Unique Baby Rooms: The Dark SideBlack walls in the nursery? Lauren Bradshaw of Lauren Alane went bold with rich dark color for the walls in son Henry’s room. “I saw Jenna Lyons’ home in Domino Magazine, and her son’s nursery was one of my favorites. Her nursery is dark but very inviting,” says Bradshaw. “Henry’s room gets so much natural light throughout the day, and the dark walls make it feel cozy even in the bright Florida sun.”
DIY Baby Rooms: A Pop of YellowCaroline Drake of Armelle started with soothing aqua walls, and then added in other shades via colorful fabric in hoops on the wall and the pillows for the rocking chair for daughter Norah’s nursery. “My favorite part of the room is the yellow Jenny Lind Style crib that I painted myself” she says. “It was a huge task to paint, but I love the results. I feel like it really makes the room.”
Nursery Decorating Ideas: Off the WallThe bold metallic wallpaper anchored the room Maria Fe Calvo-Pierce of Layers of Meaning created for son Jack. “The starting point was definitively the wallpaper, an amazing pattern from Ferm Living,” says Calvo-Pierce. “The color palette was developed with this wallpaper in mind, and everything else—furniture and decor—revolved around it. I love the fact that is not something that you normally would see in a baby’s room.”
Two-in-One Nursery Decorating IdeasEmily of Jones Design Company had the space to design a room that her daughter will be able to grow into later, both because it’s already got a big-girl bed, and because of its understated look. “I wanted to give our daughter a girly, elegant, pretty room, but wanted to do so without using pink as the main color,” she says. If you don’t have a guest room (or imagine you’ll be spending a few nights sleeping in baby’s room), adding a bed to the nursery is also a great way to stretch your space.
Baby Room Themes: Thinking GloballyCaitlin Wilson of Caitlin Wilson Design had recently moved to Dubai when she set out create daughter Olivia’s nursery, and wanted the room to reflect the family’s passion for travel. “I chose block printed Indian bedding from Rikshaw design and accessorized with quirky pieces that we collected at various markets and souks in Dubai,” she says. The Moroccan leather poufs added to the mini jetsetter appeal.
Baby Room Decor: Chalk It UpJohanna McShan of Hanna Mac says the showpiece of daughter Mia’s nursery is the chalkboard wall, which was inspired by a room she saw in the Anthropologie catalog and required three coats of paint. It features Mom’s artistic handiwork for now, but will be a huge canvas for Mia as she gets older.
Family Ties Baby Room DecorGifts from family, like this vintage Sesame Street lamp, create a cozy, personal space for Kathleen Luttschyn of Soon, the Night and son Henry. “There’s so much history and love in all the handmade gifts and family heirlooms,” says Luttschyn. “Among other things, he has a gorgeous alphabet afghan made by a close family friend, a model airplane and side table made by my father and a rocking chair that belonged to my grandmother’s best friend. She gave it to my parents when I was born and my brother and I were both rocked in it.”
1. Back to Basics with Pastels. Soft colors and baby’s nursery go together like peas and carrots, so it’s no surprise that pastels are back and better than ever! On the heels of Pantone’s announcement last month of not one but two pastels, Rose Quartz and Serenity, we’ve got two pastels that confirm this trend.
2. Rose Gold. Gold trended strong last year, and this go around, its bestie, with that perfect hint of pink, takes over. Totally chic and glam, this luxe material is popping up in baby gear all over. We’re hoping parents embrace this trend in 2016.
Project Nursery co-founders Melisa Fluhr and Pam Ginocchio are experts in all things related to baby’s room. (After all, with parents and interior designers uploading photos to the ProjectNursery.com project gallery, the two witness the latest nursery decor trends in real time.) We asked them to share their predictions for the top nursery decorating trends in 2016. Click through–and get inspired!
5. Up in the Air. Our heads are in the clouds in 2016! With arrows and triangles so last year, we are excited to see more nursery design inspired by our friendly skies. These fluffy and light puffs in the sky have already begun to pop up on baby layette, blankets, pillows and gear.
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