Girl, boy, neutral, what about two or more at once. No worries, we’ve got your twin (or more) nursery design covered.
Space will be the biggest issue when designing a nursery for more than one baby. Make the most of your space but be sure to make room to walk and move so it does not start to feel overcrowded.
Here are some great twin (or more) nursery design ideas.
Fit for Queens
This plush nursery is designed for royalty. The fabric on the crib and curtains add drama. Not to mention the chandelier. This nursery is rich in texture and ready for your little princesses.
The patterns in this room are playful, colorful and eye-catching. The combination of colors with similar patterns was a perfect way to make it work for a boy and girl.
Clean and Chic
This room is simple and beautiful. The clean, crisp colors with the addition of pink make the room bright and airy. This could easily be done with blue or green as well to get the same effect in a boy’s room.
This blue and green nursery is adorable. The round cribs combined with stripes and flowers is classy and cute. Everything works well together and truly makes you feel like smiling.
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Gender Neutral nursery – this post is for you.
Today we will be focusing on the neutral nursery. Whether you don’t know what you are having and want to be surprised. Or, maybe, you just want something that doesn’t scream boy or girl, here is some inspiration for your neutral nursery designs.
This room has color but in gender neutral choices. The red, turquoise and gray work well together. The colors pop making it bright and exciting, while still calming and nurturing.
Bright and Cheerful
This room is so colorful there is no way to distinguish if it is boy or girl specific. If you love color and want something colorful, bring in a good mix and go bright!
Two By Two
This nursery’s subdued colors and animal theme are a great neutral design. This design lends itself to easily transition to boy or girl specific once the baby arrives by adding a bit of color or fun items.
Green is a borderline color. Many people think green is a boy color, but more and more colors are crossing the gender specific line and green is a forerunner. The green animal wall would be great with additions of blue for a boy or pink for a girl. The colorful rug adds many options for decor as well.
This neutral nursery is very calming with it’s subdued color scheme while the depth of the darker color is lush and inviting. If you want to go true neutral this is the perfect inspiration for your nursery design.
Little girls are precious. There is something about a little girl that makes you smile and gasp at their beauty from day one.
Taking them home to a beautiful nursery seems only fitting. Pink, purple, blue or green. Sparkles, glamour, simple or sophisticated. It’s all up to you.
Here are some girl nursery designs for inspiration.
This nursery is over the top glamour girl and we love it! The drapes hanging from the wall over the crib is a great touch, making the details of the crib stand out in the room. The subtle color and textures are lush and beautiful. Talk about raising a princess.
If pink is in your design, this nursery is a great starting point. The combination of various pinks and white are not overdone. The pop of blue is a great addition, you could even add a few more pops if you wanted to break it up a bit more.
Focus on Art
The artwork in this nursery is the definite focal point. The colors in the room have been drawn from the artwork to make the room cohesive. The bright pops of color do not take away from the beautiful artwork, but instead pull the room together into a colorful room that is not over the top and in your face.
Eyes on the Wall
The decal or wall mural in this room is the highlight of this nursery. Everything else sits back and lets the bright tree with owls take center stage. Even the light blends with the tree making it an accessory on the wall instead of an eyesore.
This black, white and pink nursery is grown up and sophisticated with a twist of baby girl. The pink is subtle and sweet while the patterns provide contrast and movement.
Whatever direction you choose, your little girl will be pampered and loved in her beautiful nursery.
In honor of our beautiful addition to the family
and his incredible nursery,
we will be focusing the next series on nurseries.
Let us begin with the boy nursery.
There are so many options in nursery decor for boys, from trains, plains and automobiles to dinosaurs and animals. Bright or subdued colors, simple or busy. Boy nursery options are endless. Here are a few of our favorite boy nurseries.
This nursery is calming and playful. The sophisticated artwork combined with the lush bedding make it warm and inviting. Add in the mini-chair and stuffed animals and you have a great nursery that will easily convert as he grows.
ABC and Blue
This nursery is all boy. The color scheme is calming but bold and the letters on the side wall are a great addition of movement. This simple and bold nursery will attract attention.
Subdued with Pop
This nursery is a great combination of simple light walls with a subtle pop. The addition of a few bright colors keeps the calm feeling but adds a bit of play as well.
Fit for a King
This king nursery brings you to a palace without traveling far. The rich silver and subdued blue are a great combination for a calming effect. The tufted crib is a perfect addition to the richness.
Welcome to the Jungle
The combination of animal patterns as well as the color choices makes this room eye catching, calm and fun. Simple walls make keep the room from being too busy, while the bedding creates movement.