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10 Dreamy Baby Nurseries

If you’re looking for baby nursery inspiration, there are tons of different themes and ideas out there: bright + colorful vs. neutral + calming; clean modern lines vs. ornate, regal and traditional; handmade vs. vintage…etc, etc, etc.

If you’re drawn to a more calming, peaceful, dreamy space for your baby, go with muted colors, lots of natural light and dream-like accents like canopies and lighting fixtures.

Take a look at some of our favorite “dreamy” baby nursery inspirations:


  • Bright + Airy 1 of 10
    Bright + Airy
    Everything from the overhead light to the mirrors to the bright open windows adds an airy, dreamy aura.
  • Cloudy Days Sweeping the… 2 of 10
    Cloudy Days Sweeping the...
    A cloud-like ceiling and overhead birds create a calming space.
  • Soft + Calming 3 of 10
    Soft + Calming
    These parents used soft, muted colors and an overhead canopy to create a dreamy nursery.
  • Dream, Little One 4 of 10
    Dream, Little One
    You can't go wrong with pops of bright white.
  • Golden Ticket 5 of 10
    Golden Ticket
    An example of how gold and yellow can create a sunshine-y space.
  • Vintage Modern 6 of 10
    Vintage Modern
    A perfect pairing of colors that you might not think to put together.
  • Canopied Haven 7 of 10
    Canopied Haven
    Another example of a crib canopy.
  • A Nursery for Two 8 of 10
    A Nursery for Two
    The perfect co-sleeping set-up (minus the pillows and toys, of course.
  • Grey + White 9 of 10
    Grey + White
    Muted grey and bright white is the perfect "dreamy" color combo.
  • White on White 10 of 10
    White on White
    A perfect example of how an all white nursery can look soft and inviting rather than stark and industrial.

1.Luju-Luju; 2. Baby Gear; 3. Design Dazzle; 4. On to Baby; 5. We Heart It; 6. Lay Baby Lay; 7. Project Nursery; 8. Home Trend Design; 9. Ohdeedoh; 10. Ohdeedoh

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