I just found out I’m going to be a Grandmother so that sparked in interest in Nurseries again!
Planning a Nursery should be fun, just don’t wait till the last month to do it all.
This is not a “how too”, this is just a great collection of AWESOME nurseries to be inspired and get the imagination going!
By avoiding pastels you can create a place that can change easily as baby becomes a toddler.
I don’t know about you but I wish I had a room like this when I was a new Mother, this is beautiful. Nursery with a View, creating a soothing space accommodates both parents and child without sacrificing style.
This crib it beautiful and commands “Look At Me”, beautiful floral carpeting harmonizes with the upholstery and valance.
Beautiful mixture of pale pink, tan, and sage green along with some dark antique furniture for a beautiful blend of New and Old! This room also is ready for growth going from baby to toddler with ease.
I loved the bright colors and that window seat, makes a great Nursery and a beautiful room to grow up in.
Cuddly chenille bedding and a white netting over the crib gives this room a sense of softness. Notice the beautiful leaded glass design for a beautiful finishing touch to a beautifully done nursery.
Cheerful yellows and heavenly blues beam brightly in this Beatrix Potter inspired nursery. With a cloud dusted sky mural covering the ceiling and partway down the walls, this nursery works well for a baby boy or girl.
Another beautiful Nursery using Sage, Mauve, and Cream for a bright cheerful room.
I had to pull this picture into my mix because my Son and Daughter-In-Law’s old 1890′s home has walls like these and with using one’s imagination and being creative and most of all having fun I’m sure they will create a Nursery just an wonderful as the one’s I showed today.
I hope you enjoyed my grouping of wonderful Nurseries, I know not all new parents have the resources to create beautiful rooms like these Nurseries, but the most important thing is to have fun putting it together and fill it with LOVE!
I would like to thank Better Homes and Gardens for these great pictures and decorating suggestions – these can all be found on BHG.com