25 Gorgeous Nursery Spaces

We’re at the point with our family, that we’ll soon be saying adiós, a.k.a ba-bye, to my little girls crib and “nursery”.  She’s almost at the age for a big girl bed (trying to hold back the tears), and as I am excited to make some changes to her room, I kind of wish she could stay in her crib forever.  In trying to hold on to every last bit of her baby years, I thought it would be fun to check out some nursery spaces.  Nurseries are one of my favorite rooms to design.  Not only is it important to many new parents because it’s the first space for their bundle of joy to rest their head, but it’s a space that offers a blank slate to transform.  With blank white walls it can be changed to convey any style –  fun, funky, cute, adorable, whimsical, sophisticated, etc…  It can be a magical place where your child may take their first step, say their first word, and where you may spend countless hours rocking them to sleep.

Let’s take a look at a few of my favorite nursery spaces.

Bold dual guest room and nursery space with modern geometric prints in navy and grass green by Jennifer Delonge.

Warm and calm nursery space with soft pinks and rose colored accents by Amy Meier.

Bright and bold blue accents against a subtle backdrop seen on My Home Ideas.

Grays and whites with a pop of red for this eclectic nursery space seen on Elements of Style.

Whimsical nursery space with vintage accents in pastels and a bright yellow rug seen on Baby-Deco.

Colorful and fun nursery filled with soft blues and greens with a funky hanging fixture by Trenna Travis Design Studio.

Adorable nursery filled with modern geometric prints in burnt orange and subtle blues by Cristi of Charm Home.

Vibrant colored nursery in closet nook by Rebekah of A Bit of Sunshine – great for small spaces or dual functioning rooms.

Classic nursery with deep reds, whites, and soft blues by Sarah Richardson.

Sweet embellished space with beautiful accents by Krista of Kiki’s List.

Organic nursery with earth tones by Samantha Farjo.

Fun and playful nursery with a circle theme featured on BHG.

Perfect space for two with sophisticated colors of blush, blue, and yellow by Two Scoops for Me.

 ‘You are My Sunshine’ nursery with whites, blacks, and grays popped with yellow featured on Petite Lemon.

{Love this space – the color reminds me of my daughters room} Honeysuckle walls with white accents featured in Pottery Barn Kids.

Cute idea for a family tree or a growing tree as your little one gets older. Featured on Project Nursery

Another daring nursery with black, white, and yellow.  Stripes on the ceiling and geometric fabrics makes for a unique and funky space of style icon and Creative Director of J Crew, Jenna Lyons.

Wide gray and white stripes on a calming nursery space

Contemporary nursery with painted white tree wall decor against a dark gray accent wall by Taryn of Design, Dining, and Diapers.

Black and white, with gray all over – the perfect colors for a little one, complete with a photo montage wall of lasting memories featured on A Cup of Jo.

Soothing and inviting girls room with soft colors and textures featured on Inspiration for Decoration.

A great space that can easily transition from nursery to a big kid room by Sarah Catherine.

Soft hues in a comforting and serene nursery with A-Z wall decor by Sarah Richardson.

“Handmade haven” for this sophisticated nursery featured on Apartment Therapy.

And for the 25th nursery, I’m sharing my daughter’s (current) space…  Her Honeysuckle Heaven ~To read more on this space, click {here}

 I’m in love with all of these nurseries! Aren’t you?  Which is your favorite? If you want to check out more, visit me on Pinterest.  If you need an invite, leave your email address in the comments below.


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  1. Suzanne Daly says

    They are all lovely, but I am disturbed by all the artwork and shelving hanging over the cribs. As active as my two daughters were, they would have that artwork pulled down and into their cribs in no time. I do realize these are just design ideas, but I hope that people don’t try hanging things in reach of their child’s crib.

    • Jenna says

      You make a very good point, Suzanne and hopefully parents do take that into account for the safety of their children! – Jenna

    • Jenna says

      Rebekah, I just realized I didn’t know this was YOUR space, which is why I didn’t share the original source link, but I will include that now. Thanks for reaching out to me!

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