Blogger Jess Christian didn't paint the walls pink, but that doesn't mean her nursery lacks girl appeal. The girly crib skirt and wall decor make this room a princess's paradise.
If you don't have one statement piece, make a collage of art for the spot above the crib.
Ombre is not just for hair anymore. It's a cute design technique for the nursery that's trendy but still fits in well with a more traditional look.
Lindsey Ebright designed her girl's sweet room knowing she wanted some, but not too much, pink. By choosing a neutral paint color, she could experiment with different shades and patterns of pink.
Baby won't be reading on her own any time soon, but you can still create an area for when she reaches that milestone.
Sam Schuerman gave her daughter Lily a girly nursery with plenty of pink. If you're looking to have the same theme, shop Valentine's Day sales if you can. That's how Schuerman got the "LOVE" sign above the crib.
It might be a good idea to keep a mirror somewhere in the nursery so you can check yourself out quickly post-feeding time and pre-commute. Baby will enjoy looking at herself as well!
Keep supplies in a bin right next to where you'll be doing diaper duty for easy access.
Megan Kane used colorful accents to create her nursery. The rug shines against the soft white crib with purple bedding.
Different patterns can come together as long as they aren't overwhelming. The polka-dotted cushion on the chair helps it fit in well with the colorful vibe of the room.
Kane spray-painted this pretty changing table as one of her many DIY projects.
Put wallpaper on an accent wall to make it stand out.
The light green and soft pink work well here to create a tranquil room for Baby.
Purple and pink are a great bedding combination with this white crib.
Black and white can look soft when paired with a pastel-colored wall.
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