Discovering a nursery with bright green walls feels like a bit of a jackpot, because really, how often do you ever see such a thing? Tempered with gorgeous furniture finds, a mod rug, and the perfect kind of wallpaper, I think you'll agree that this nursery gives off happy vibes left and right.
I've been seeing dark walls popping up everywhere and I have to say, I'm definitely digging the trend. While they can seem heavy, if paired with the right accents, they add sophistication and drama. I'm not sure I would have considered such a feature for a nursery, but after seeing this nursery I'm totally on board.
Ultimately, the room you provide for your child should be a space for them to enjoy, but that doesn't mean toys and chaos. Not only does this happy girl's room have tons of fun little details (love that delightful red bed frame with its gold tipped knobs), but the storage ideas are subtle and stylish yet functional.
I've always been a fan of Scandinavian style, and if they do one thing really well, it's making everything seem as light and bright as possible. We can thank all the white for that! This room for little Willa has some magical things going on -- from oddly angled ceilings to that lovely scalloped rug you can see above.
Those with multiple children know that every baby after first often gets the shaft when it comes to a special space to call their own. Second and third babies are the ones stashed in a bassinet beside Mom's bed for 6 months and then moved to a crib that is squeezed into a corner of big sister's room. A friend of mine's third baby slept in a swing for what seemed like an entire year!
This is a nursery for a third child, and it's full of items that have been used in other rooms and for other functions, which in my opinion makes this little nursery all the more magical. Use what you have, add in a few new things where needed, and make it work beautifully. See more of this delightfully eclectic space below!
Mom Vicki described this room for little Leif as "a happy hodge-podge of new and old." The family moved from an ultra-modern condo into their current 100+-year-old cottage and met the challenge of merging modern tastes with their new surroundings. They've turned it into a comfortable space packed full of treasures both new and old. Click through to see a bit more below!
I think playrooms are the holy grail when it comes to features you want in your home. A designated room with a door that shuts, where you can stow all the toys and kid stuff. Heaven!
This particular playroom has an educational twist with a Montessori-style setup, and I have to admit, it's appealing. I've always been a fan of the tactile learning approach, and this room seems to have some really good things going on in that department. Click through to see more!
Any room featuring a polka-dot wall is one I want to be a part of. Since little girls tend to be fans of polka-dots, pretty shades of pink, and soft places to play and read, I'm guessing many would feel right at home in a nursery like this.
I love it when parents are able to successfully infuse their personal style into a nursery space, because why not create a room that feels like home for everyone who spends time in it? This nursery for a baby boy is living large in the busy city of Los Angeles and has so much going for it -- from the mismatched letter wall to the cool, industrial clothing rack. You most definitely want to click through to see more below!
This beautiful baby boy nursery features a more traditional design approach with a few fun accents artfully worked in. That daybed for one -- so unique! And we'll talk about the plaid footstool later, I'm a little bit obsessed. Click through to see more of this space below!