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25 DIYs for a Totally Trendy Nursery

Get creative with your nursery by adding some personal touches with some of today’s hot trends. Use black and white or neon expertly in your nursery on a DIY budget. From creative mobiles to wall treatments, these are DIYs for the hippest kid on the block.

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  • Paper Airplanes 2 of 26
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    Make a mobile with felt paper airplanes.
    Check it out at Pretty Prudent.

  • Nursery Art 3 of 26
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    Create quote nursery art with stain, paint, and a pop of neon.
    Find out more at Wills Casa.

  • Crib Skirt 4 of 26
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    Customize your crib skirt with this no sew tutorial.
    Check it out at View Along the Way.

  • Crib Bumper 5 of 26
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    Sew up a set of stylish crib bumpers as a way to decorate and change them up when you want a whole new look.
    Find out more at Sew 4 Home.

  • Crib Sheet 6 of 26
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    If you can't find the bedding you want, make your own crib sheet.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Origami Mobile 7 of 26
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    Use neon and origami for a trendy mobile.
    Spotted at Petit Poulou.

  • Triangular Shelves 8 of 26
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    These mini triangular shelves would look amazing in a nursery.
    Find out more at A Beautiful Mess.

  • Change Pad Cover 9 of 26
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    You can never have enough changing pad covers, so make multiples in your nursery's color scheme.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Triangle Wall 10 of 26
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    Stamp a geometric pattern to create a focal wall.
    Find out more at Vintage Revivals.

  • Raindrop Pillow 11 of 26
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    An adorable raindrop pillow for your rocker.
    Find out more at One More Mushroom.

  • DIY Rocker 12 of 26
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    Turn a modern wingback into a rocker for nursery seating on a budget.
    Find out more at Interiors by Kenz.

  • Footstool 13 of 26
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    Reupholster a footstool to add a comfortable and customized accessory for your rocker.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Dreamcatcher 14 of 26
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    DIY a dreamcatcher for a tribal inspired nursery.
    Find out more at Earl Grey Blog.

  • Pom Pom Curtains 15 of 26
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    Add some frill to simple curtains with pom poms.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Cityscape 16 of 26
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    Paint a modern cityscape for a bold graphic on the wall.
    Find out more at Brand Hero.

  • Striped Dresser 17 of 26
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    Add some stripes to a dresser or changing table for a pop of pattern.
    Find out more at Design Sponge.

  • Hot Air Balloons 18 of 26
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    A hot air balloon mobile would look great in a vintage inspired nursery.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Polka Dots 19 of 26
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    Polka dot a wall for high impact with a classic pattern.
    Find out more at Our Dream Foreclosure.

  • Geometric Mobile 20 of 26
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    Start math lessons early with a geometric mobile.
    Find out more at Radical Possibility.

  • Neon Dipped 21 of 26
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    Neon dip a child's chair.
    Find out more at For the Love of.

  • Embroidered Art 22 of 26
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    Personalize nursery art with embroidering baby's name, birthday, and even height/weight.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Neon Art 23 of 26
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    Make some affordable, graphic neon art.
    Find out more at Making It Lovely.

  • Raincloud Mobile 24 of 26
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    An adorable raincloud mobile with a great mix of gold and neutral.
    Find out more at Miss Make.

  • Moroccan Pouf 25 of 26
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    Sew a Moroccan pouf as a footstool option for your rocker.
    Find out more at Better Homes and Gardens.

  • Neon Garland 26 of 26
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    Dinosaur neon garland is trendy and perfect for nursery decor.
    Find out more at HGTV.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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