If you’re going for a classic, modern, vintage of boho vibe, these nurseries fit the bill. And, when the baby gets a little older, you can check out our ideas for boys’ rooms and girls’ rooms, too.
Note: Some of the cribs in the following images contain bumpers, blankets, pillows, or stuffed animals, but the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all soft objects be removed from cribs for safe sleep.
The bright bursts of colors in this room work for girls’, boys’, or shared rooms.
Babies, toddlers, tweens — everybody loves a cozy teepee.
The woodland creature theme gets a fresh update in this pink-and-turquoise room.
The soft yellows and grays in this room are great for parents who don’t want to default to pastel pink and blue.
This nursery, done in a peaceful shade of green, makes use of a storage bench to hide all the baby clutter.
All There in Black and White
A graphic, black-and-white theme makes for an easy to transition to a toddler or tween room.
Only a lucky baby gets to grow up with these rainbow book ledges.
A see-through acrylic crib shows off the patterned bedding and adds to the minimalist feel of this nursery
Worth the Tassel
The tassel chandelier in this room is perfect for a baby looking up from her crib.
This moon-themed nursery was creative for a baby who, fittingly, is named Luna.
Triangles and Stripes
Stick-on wall decals are perfect temporary solution for parents who want to wait let their kids decide the color of their rooms when they’re a little older.
Shiplap walls and fun animal prints give a chic twist to the farmhouse look.