Dylan and I are working on our baby girl’s nursery. So naturally I’ve been lurking on Pinterest and other blogs big time for inspiration.
If you are also looking for ideas for a nursery, keep scrolling. I collected boys, girls and gender neutral themed nurseries from bloggers with links directly to their posts. That way you can click to see more details of the room.
So here we go: 13 swoon worthy bloggers’ nurseries.
1. Katey McFarlan’s girl nursery
Katey wanted a really soft and delicate look in her baby girl’s nursery. She also says that she knows this room will be cluttered fast . So she decided to keep the color theme light and soft to avoid overwhelm. That’s smart thinking mama.
Link to Katey’s nursery.
2. Emily Gemma’s boy nursery
Emily wanted a simple, charming and prince-like nursery for her baby boy. And she did such a great job putting this room together with prince charming theme. If you’re curious of where she got her crib and dresser/changing table, they are from here. Emily didn’t mention where in her post, although she did promise a full post with details soon. I however did plenty of research and found them at this store.
Link to Emily’s nursery.
3. Rach Parcell’s girl nursery
If anyone could do feminine and sophisticated at the same time and do that well, it’s Rachel Parcell. Her baby girl’s nursery couldn’t be any more swoon worthy. I love all the grand details of the room, and the touches of pink are done well. Not overly pink, this nursery is feminine and chic!
Link to Rach’s nursery.
4. Bethany’s girl nursery
Bethany combines traditional and modern pieces to create this transitional themed nursery for her second daughter. She found this precious dresser and gave it a paint job of light peachy pink color with gold knobs. She says it is her favorite piece in the nursery and it is mine too. We could all learn from this tip, adding a pop of color in a somewhat light and neutral room to bring out the room’s personality.
Link to Bethany’s nursery.
5. Rach Parcell’s boy nursery
Rach did an amazing job on her girl’s nursery, and again showed off how well she could decorate a masculine space. Combining blue and brown with touches of gold, her baby boy’s nursery shows off the Rach Parcell’s signature sophisticated feel. Yet at the same time adorable!
Link to Rach’s nursery.
6. Ceres Ribeiro’s girl nursery
Ceres designed her little girl’s room with the source of inspiration from a crown canopy. It is perfect and is a room every princess could ask for. She also had to work with small space and little storage room, but it definitely doesn’t show at all. Sophia’s is airy, light and just the right amount of girly princess feel.
Link to Ceres’s nursery.
7. Katelyn Jones’s girl nursery
Besides being such a gorgeous mama, Katelyn is also so great at putting this adorable nursery together for her baby girl. I love each and every single pink detail. The floral wall decor is my favorite accent and totally makes the room.
Link to Katelyn’s nursery.
8. Jenna’s boy nursery
For her baby boy’s room, Jenna chose to work with gray, blue and pops of turquoise (also to keep her house color theme consistent). She also has installed a reclaimed wood wall in the room and that adds such a great boyish element. Other decor pieces like the World Map wall art she added, together with the soft and cute stuffed animals in the room make this an adorable space for her baby boy.
Link to Jenna’s nursery.
9. Michelle’s boy nursery
This room was designed for Michelle by her blogger sister Monica Hibbs with the help from Michelle’s husband. I love that Monica picked a woodland theme and executed the theme well. The woodland wall decals are so unique, along with the animal prints. One thing I love is the placement of the crib. I’m used to seeing crib being pushed into a corner or along a wall of the room. But Monica chose to place the crib in the middle of the room with a crib mobile coming down from a lamp shade. That makes the room very unique and airy.
Link to Michelle’s nursery.
10. Amber Fillerup’s girl nursery
If I were to take away anything from Amber’s tips of decorating, this is it. For small spaces, go with white so your space feels bigger and more open. If you’re (like me) working with small spaces, this tip is so helpful. I just love the white dresser she has in her baby girl’s room, with the gold details. And the white rug really pulls the room together too.
Link to Amber’s nursery.
11. Camille’s boy nursery
Camille’s baby boy nursery is seriously to die for. I love the simple and minimalistic feel. But there is one thing I cannot take my eyes off from this nursery. That is the Roll Arm Daybed which can be used for nap time for mama in between nursing sessions. And later, it’s not a bad place to read a book with your kiddo when he’s older. Who wouldn’t want such a versatile piece in their house?
Link to Camille’s nursery.
12. Monica Hibbs’ girl nursery
The first time I saw Monica’s peek of her nursery on her Instagram, I couldn’t look away. I’m obsessed with the peony wallpaper. It’s pink, it’s girly and it’s peonies. It makes it the perfect decor item for a baby girl’s room.
Link to Monika’s nursery.
13. Emily’s gender neutral nursery
I love that Emily combined different textures of soft fabrics, woods, and metal for this gender neutral baby room. The color scheme is also very neutral and consistent with the coastal theme. This room is perfect when you don’t know the gender of the baby you’re having.
Link to Emily’s nursery.
So did you find any inspiration for your future nursery? Personally, I love every single room I shared here. I don’t think I will be able to pull off a room as beautiful as any of these, but this mama will try. I hope you find ideas from this post and if you decide to have a nursery inspired by any, please share with me. I’d love to know!