12 Nurseries I Can’t Wait To Pin

nurseriesFor those who have been following me for some time on Babble know that I love sharing all of the pretty, swoon-worthy nurseries I come across. Because well — I am slightly obsessed. Each week, thanks to the blogosphere and Pinterest — I am constantly falling in love with such pretty spaces. Which isn’t so great for the stylist in me because that means I constantly am ready to re-decorate my own home. But it also gives me great ideas for clients and DIY projects I can do not just in the nursery but anywhere around my home. This week, I wasn’t surprised when I came across 50 I couldn’t wait to pin. Clearly I can share them all but I wanted to share with you my favorites! You can check them all out on my Pinterest board.

Which nursery will you be pinning to your board?

  • Wall Decals Galore 1 of 12
    Wall Decals Galore
    The wall art in this nursery is just amazing -- I love the different decals that fill the room among the modern, clean lined furniture.
    Image via The Marion House Book
  • Contrasting Colors 2 of 12
    Contrasting Colors
    Another example of how you can create the perfect for room on a shoestring budget. I especially love all of the rich, contrasting colors.
    Image via The Bump
  • Just So Cute 3 of 12
    Just So Cute
    It's simple yet full of beautiful design elements like the brick wall and dark floors. Creating floor storage is great too! Especially when your baby starts to move!
    Image via Jenny Wolfinteriors
  • All Things Girly 4 of 12
    All Things Girly
    Inspired by an old fashioned rag rug - this Mom needed to create something beautiful on a budget. I love how feminine yet cozy the room feels.
    Image via Project Nursery
  • Vintage Glam 5 of 12
    Vintage Glam
    The wallpaper from Anthropologie made me fall instantly in love with this oh-so-glam nursery. An easy DIY tip? The adorable frame around the wall monogram. So cute! I wouldn't mind having this wallpaper in my room.
    Image via Project Nursery
  • Love this Nursery! 6 of 12
    Love this Nursery!
    Crisp, clean and fresh with plenty of beautiful ideas you can re-create in your own nursery
    Image via Buy Modern Baby
  • The Perfect Palette 7 of 12
    The Perfect Palette
    This is one of my favorite color palettes -- gray and yellow! It is perfect for a girl or a boy. I love all the DIY projects incorporated into this nursery like repainting the dresser. My favorite piece though is the industrial rack -- it's just the perfect shelf!
    Image via Chic Home Baby
  • Great Style 8 of 12
    Great Style
    Look at that ceiling! A pop of color on the ceiling is a great way to spruce up the nursery. Another great idea is what they did with the doors behind the crib -- it makes for the perfect wall art. I love the pop of colors throughout - especially the yellow accent table.
    Image via Milk and Home Honey
  • Neon Nursery 9 of 12
    Neon Nursery
    Hayden's mom Andrea has some seriously great tips to steal in this nursery. From the adorable DIY dipped chair to the pops of neon. I love how she choose an all white room to show-off the neon accents. It's fresh, modern and so fun!
    Image via For The Love Of
  • A Great Focal Point 10 of 12
    A Great Focal Point
    This is a great example of how you can use wallpaper as the focal point in a room. Modern yet elegant!
    Image via Project Nursery
  • This is Home 11 of 12
    This is Home
    I love this space. It is just full of so much love. It's a peek at Casey's shared nursery who is one inspiring blogger. The art work was painted by her and all of the little pretties that fill the space from the HOPE banner to the adorable tee-pee all just make me smile. I love how she doesn't have an overall theme but rather just things that she loves.
    Image via The Wiegands
  • Modern Nursery 12 of 12
    Modern Nursery
    Warm and inviting! These words really describe this space. I love how it is vintage yet modern and has many design elements that can grow with your child. The light fixture, art prints and dresser are all things that can be used when the child is older.
    Image via Apartment Therapy
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