7 Out of This World Constellation Nurseries

This year we’ve been seeing so many fun new trends in nursery decor. What’s new for 2016? Constellations! From pretty stars to zodiac signs, these are a few of our favorite constellation nurseries we’ve seen.

1. Constellation Wall

Constellation wallpaper creates a beautiful backdrop for this little one’s nursery. The starry wall and bold rug really make the space pop!

Kaiven's Space Nursery by FunKrista via Project NurserySource: Fun Krista via Project Nursery

2. Bright and Blue

Even tiny touches to a nursery’s decor can make a big impact. We love how this DIY constellation art and a cloud and stars mobile brightened up baby’s room!

Starry Nursery Tour by Ruth Eileen Photography via Style Me Pretty LivingSource: Ruth Eileen Photography via Style Me Pretty Living

3. Zodiac Signs

Using some imagination and inspiration from Dream Animals by author Emily Winfield Martin, Kasey Earls covered the nursery walls with constellation animals. The cute Scandinavian-style room was converted into a great space for baby to grow in.

Riley's Scandi-Style Dream Animals Room via Apartment TherapySource: Kasey Earls via Apartment Therapy

4. Starry Ceiling

This all-white nursery with touches of blue creates a calm and serene space for baby. A star-filled ceiling and DIY wall art makes this one stunning room!

Reed's Soft Starry Space Nursery Tour by Ruth Eileen Photography via Apartment TherapyCredit: Ruth Eileen Photography via Apartment Therapy

5. Cute and Modern

Stars can look totally modern, too! Bold monochromatic patterns and simple geometric constellation wall designs combined perfectly for a little boy’s space-inspired nursery.

New Nursery Tour by Jen Loves KevSource: Jen Loves Kev

6. Dreaming Big

A hand-painted night sky mural right beside baby’s crib will remind him or her to dream big! Navy paired wonderfully with pretty light blue accents.

Dream Big Wall in Nursery via Lovely EtcSource: LovelyEtc.com

7. To The Moon and Back

An easy way to switch up baby’s nursery artwork is with a chalkboard. This mom painted a small chalkboard square above baby’s crib to draw a new quote or artwork whenever it needed a new look. A “Love You To The Moon And Back” quote is the sweetest touch!

Cooper's Transitional Nursery Love You To The Moon and Back Sign by Laurie Chattin-Jones via Project NurserySource: Laurie Jones Home via Project Nursery

Which nursery is your fave? Tell us how you’re incorporating starry details into the new nursery!