Welcome baby with a nautical nursery they’ll love for years to come. Here are our 10 picks for sophisticated sea-inspired decor. Create a space that is perfectly preppy with a rich navy palette, bold prints, and cool rope accents.
Here are our top picks for a bright and bold flamingo-inspired nursery. We mixed polka dots, flamingo prints, and soft ivory accents with lots of texture, making this a great space for baby girl to grow. Scroll down for all of the products featured and special DIY instructions for the fringe mobile.
We are so inspired by Radiant Orchid, the bright shade of purple named Pantone’s color of the year for 2014. Here is some inspiration for mixing and matching sweet and modern styles for your baby girl’s nursery. Start with a neutral wall (we love the striped one below!) and add in accents of pastels and gold with pops of this bright purple.
Furniture via The Land of Nod | Rooms via Project Nursery
Art via Sugarboo Designs | Penguin plush via Baby Aspen
We love the idea of a sophisticated, yet sassy safari-themed nursery. Blending bold patterns and lots of texture with neutral grey & beige, soft pinks, and pops of red, gives a bold twist on a classic nursery theme. Here’s the inspiration(links below):
Today’s cribspiration comes from paper pom poms. At Baby Aspen, we use paper pom poms for nearly every celebration and shower to enhance the theme and bring a pop of color to our conference party room. Paper pom poms are a great way to add a pop of color to a nursery too! Making them is a cheap and easy DIY project that makes a big impact. You can re-purpose your party decorations from shower decor to nursery decor. They are also a great way to add a color statement to a gender-neutral room once the baby is born.
Here are the step-by-step instructions from Martha Stewart:
Here are some of our favorite nursery installations: