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Classic Colors A classic color palette, mixed with an array of pattern and texture make for a nursery that is not only adorable, but it’s also a smart design that will easily grow with baby. Meaningful Design Laila Ali, the daughter of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, hoped to create a baby room that would inspire and encourage her little one. Symbols of compassion, courage and spirituality fill the space, while hints of family pride take center stage. The photo above the crib is an image of Muhammad Ali holding baby Laila. Fun and Flexible To transform a spare bedroom into a baby room/guest room combo, designer Brian Patrick Flynn combined bright, fun colors with classic furnishings and plenty of style. The result is a sophisticated design that can be enjoyed by babies and adults alike. Room to Grow For this sweet pink and red nursery, designer Sarah Richardson chose to create a space that would grow with the child, opting for a beautiful striped chair and stylish curtains that can be repurposed elsewhere in the home if necessary. Right on Trend A trendy color palette sets the tone for this cool and feminine baby girl’s room. The hand-painted chevron pattern is the focal point of the space, and unique additions, like the plush elephant rocker, give the room a one-of-a-kind feel. Cake and Compromise Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro, and his wife Lisa wanted their baby’s gender to be a surprise, so designer Sherri Blum created a space that was both gender neutral and combined Buddy’s idea for a safari-themed room with Lisa’s desire for a traditional space that would be consistent with the rest of the home. Wanderlust What was once a home office became a global-inspired nursery with black chalkboard walls, bright pops of color and plush busts of African animals above the crib. Not featured in this photo, a collection of globes and a mural of the world add to the globetrotting theme. Royal Treatment This royal baby room was designed for Dr. Phil’s first grandaughter, Avery Elizabeth. Gold-leaf accents, an elegant silk canopy and a stunning chandelier ensure this nursery is fit for a princess. Endless Options A gender-neutral design gives first-time parents Jessica and Scott the option of letting this room grow with son Bryan or reusing it for another baby in the future. Rather than settling on one theme, several ideas, including travel, animals and literature, were combined to give baby Bryan a little taste of everything. Peaceful Beginnings Former Spice Girl Mel B. wanted a nursery that would be calm and serene. Delicate colors, flowing fabric, and a touch of glamour make the space the perfect place for mom and baby to bond and relax in peace. Bohemian Flair Animal busts, colorful paintings and mixed floral decor lend a Bohemian touch to this nursery built for two. Twin sisters Reverie and Boheme share the vibrant space where color is key and inspiration abounds. Up, Up and Away Designer Vern Yip skipped the traditional mobile and instead opted for a collection of hot-air balloons to add interest and whimsy to the space. Girly Touch A great rug can often tie an entire room together, as is the case in this little girl’s room. Decked out in pink and green, the nursery is sweet and feminine without being overdone. Delicate Decor Soft colors, lush carpeting and comfy furniture make this room a cozy place for baby to grow. The dove gray walls and ethereal curtains lend a light, airy feel to the tasteful space. Pretty in Purple An angled ceiling of deep purple fabric adds drama and elegance to this dreamy nursery. The gorgeous light fixture and opulent upholstery take center stage in this lavish space.
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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.”
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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.”
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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.”
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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.
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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.”
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
It’s true then that the use of this type of yellow, coupled with visual patterning and high brightness, may overstimulate any person, whether they are a baby or an adult. This shade is not ideal in a space such as a nursery, where a sense of tranquillity is preferred. 10 gender-neutral baby room ideas.
Laila Ali, the daughter of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, hoped to create a baby room that would inspire and encourage her little one. Symbols of compassion, courage and spirituality fill the space, while hints of family pride take center stage. The photo above the crib is an image of Muhammad Ali holding baby Laila.
A gender-neutral design gives first-time parents Jessica and Scott the option of letting this room grow with son Bryan or reusing it for another baby in the future. Rather than settling on one theme, several ideas, including travel, animals and literature, were combined to give baby Bryan a little taste of everything.
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.”
Natural Details • Go for natural-fiber textiles in the nursery. Organic cotton, linen and wool are all lovely choices. • Etsy is home to many wonderful independent shops offering handmade toys and supplies, as well as artwork and decor for the nursery. Try a search on the site for “organic baby,” “organic baby toy” or “nursery art,” and many beautiful things are sure to pop up.
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.
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