Posted by Jerika Welch
A nursery should be a sweet escape for your little one. It is a space for them to be able to play and let their imaginations run wild. My friend, Morgan, created a space that is all of those great characteristics combined for her son Wyman. This nursery is perfectly eclectic in the most inventive ways. Morgan took old pieces of furniture plus $150 dollars to turn this room into a truly dreamy place. If you are on a budget or looking for great ways to transform the things that you already have into an amazing nursery, these photos are sure to give you some inspiration!
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
When I think of colors to decorate a baby nursery with, black isn’t the first one that comes to mind.
But then I stumbled on a few beautiful nurseries that used black, either in large doses or small details, and I was completely smitten.
They are absolutely gorgeous, great for boys or girls, and perfect for your baby to grow into.
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Your little girl would love to grow and blossom in her nursery surrounded by this adorable Minnie Mouse 4-piece Love Blossoms crib bedding available from Babies”R”Us. This set is especially sweet to introduce to your spring born baby girl. Featuring soft pinks and purples with splashes of green keeps the color scheme in the nursery girly and spring-like. I adore the details of the light pink trellis back ground and printed fabrics of the ruffle trim.
Included in the 4-piece set, you’ll get the adorable quilt featuring Minnie Mouse, a pink and white lattice print fitted sheet, a dust ruffle and diaper stacker. Be sure to check out the rest of the Minnie Mouse Love Blossoms line to complete the entire look in the nursery.
Posted by Martine Foreman
Thanks to Disney for sponsoring this post and giving me the Minnie Mouse Butterfly Charm 4-piece Crib Bedding Set for free.
In my home, bedtime is one of our favorite times of the day. Okay, maybe I love it even more than the kids because mommy is tired after a long day of fun, but that isn’t the point. My little ones love reading stories and snuggling and getting ready to get tucked in after an eventful day. Bedtime is a wonderful time.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
I’m so excited to share today’s nursery with you. My friend Molly Kidd of the blog Urban Nester put together a lovely space for her brand new baby girl Karis Ruby and it pretty much embodies my approach to nursery design. It’s totally functional while still being chic and there’s a great balance of simplicity and whimsy. It’s a space that both an adult and a little one would enjoy being and the juxtaposition of modern and vintage pieces makes the space feel cozy and warm. When I asked Molly to share a bit about Karis’ space she said, “I wanted her space to be more feminine, and less babyish. I prefer simple design, and wanted the nursery to flow with the rest of our house, so I stuck primarily with black, white, grey, gold, and touches of mustard and various shades of pink. I’m happy with how the space turned out!” I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for letting me share your design handiwork Molly!