Pins of the Week: 10 Pinworthy Nurseries

Please, excuse my delay in the Pins of the Week {yes, from last week!} but I spent a few not so wanted days in the hospital. But anyway…..

Last week, I featured 10 Noteworthy Nurseries in my Pins of the Week. And well, this week – I had to share a few more nurseries that just can’t be forgotten. I am telling you, the nurseries are seriously all over Pinterest and the inspiration is just amazing. However, it can be bad at times because it makes me want to change our nursery a million times.┬áThis week, it was all about the focal point walls and cribs. Not to mention the DIY tips and shared spaces were amoung some of the great pins.

After the jump, get ready to pin these 10 pretty fabulous nurseries of the week!

  • Hello, Four Poster Crib 1 of 10
    Hello, Four Poster Crib
    A nursery straight out of House Beautiful. The eye-catching four poster crib is one of kind! Yet, so easy to re-create. The bedding is just, breathtaking. I can only imagine what the parents room looks like with a nursery like this!
    Image via Simplified Bee
    Pinned by Simplified Bee
  • The Great Nursery Solution 2 of 10
    The Great Nursery Solution
    Can't get enough of the daybed in the nursery! It's the perfect spot to cuddle up and get cozy or create a brilliant shared space with an older sibling or even a guest. It's a nice solution in the nursery and can really make the space more inviting.
    Image via Design Sponge
    Pinned by Project Nursery
  • Smitten Space for Sisters 3 of 10
    Smitten Space for Sisters
    A room they can grow with. The crib and daybed in white can easily be updated with different colors and patterns. Design elements I love? The soft grey striped walls, fun pillows and great fabrics!
    Image via Project Nursery
    Pinned by Project Nursery
  • Not So Average 4 of 10
    Not So Average
    A feminine and elegant nursery, the typical girl color palette is thrown out the window. This is a great example of how to choose not so average colors based on the gender. With plenty of thrift store finds and DIY projects, it's another beautiful nursery created on a budget. I love the pops of color too!
    Image via Then Comes Marriage
    Pinned by On to Baby
  • Focal Point? That Wall 5 of 10
    Focal Point? That Wall
    This is one eclectic space. Designed with lots of DIY elements in mind, the space creates a cozy, earthy vibe. The vintage finds and gallery wall are some of my favorites in this nursery.
    Image via Project Nursery
    Pinned by Layla Grayce
  • A DIY Nursery 6 of 10
    A DIY Nursery
    Filled with tons of DIY finds from IKEA, Craigslist and more, the well put together nursery features a beautiful re-upholstered rocker, re-vamp'd dresser and my favorite, an exposed closet! Love all the Etsy finds too!
    Image via Project Nursery
    Pinned by cupcakeMAG
  • Feminine Green and Pink Nursery 7 of 10
    Feminine Green and Pink Nursery
    Would you believe this room was created on a budget? I know, I didn't either. However, with a few sewing skills {they made the curtains and bedskirt} and DIY projects they created a beautiful bright and feminine space. And oh my gosh did you see the wall stencil? It creates a beautiful focal point for the room.
    Image via Project Nursery
    Pinned by Project Nursery
  • Transitioning Nursery 8 of 10
    Transitioning Nursery
    Why not think ahead. This room is great for when your tot needs to transition from the crib to the bed. And that is just what this Mom had in mind when she designed her "toddlers transiting room". The cohesive design is just perfection.
    Image via Project Nursery
    Pinned by cupcakeMAG
  • Whimisical Nursery 9 of 10
    Whimisical Nursery
    The details are just to-die for and I am just swoonin' over the vintage plates among the other pretties on the gallery wall. This room even includes a beautiful hand painted forest mural. Just so pretty!
    Image via With A Touch of Pretty
    Pinned by Cate
  • Blue + Yellow Nursery for a Girl 10 of 10
    Blue + Yellow Nursery for a Girl
    Inspired by robin's egg color the mother received from packaging of a gift, the soft yellow and blue contrast well together for a whimsical and cheery color palette. It's fresh, crisp and just stunning!
    Image via Project Nursery
    Pinned by Project Nursery

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