When you’re a parent, there’s a tendency to go into full-on nesting mode before the baby’s arrival. This means you’ll be thinking about redecorating your space and looking for the perfect setup for your little one. So, if you’re looking to spruce up the nursery before you bring home your new baby, we’ve gathered some stunning Instagram baby nursery designs that may inspire your new setup.
Grandmillenial decor has taken off as one of the trendiest interior styles in the past few years. And while we often think of this grandparent style as reserved only for antique-loving family members, it can be a great decor choice for a baby nursery!
This nursery from @oliverjames_interiors on Instagram features grandmillenial decor in all its glory. Furniture skirts, vintage wallpaper designs, floral patterned curtains, and plenty of fabric details give this space an older, grandma-inspired look. The nursery palette is a simple pastel combination, reminiscent of cottagecore aesthetics as well, making it a versatile nursery design style.
This Instagram nursery from @quaxbaby leans into the minimal Japandi aesthetic. Japandi styles usher in a new kind of minimalism that focuses on warmth and nature. As we can see in this nursery design, the stylist uses natural wood tones throughout the space with the organic nature of the crib and the versatile changing table. In addition, small details like the bamboo rug and the handmade pottery add a sense of subtlety to the space.
Cream-toned walls, warm woods, and darker flooring take this minimal aesthetic to a different level, heightening the Japandi feel. When going for this style of nursery, lean into natural and organic materials whenever you can, but also try to keep the decor minimal to create a sense of tranquility.
Biophilic design is all about natural materials, earthy color palettes, and ergonomic furniture. In this nursery by @taylorlhansen, we see all of these elements expressed throughout the space.
Light, natural woods and wicker details are shown in the crib, the hanging mobile, and the bassinet. In addition, a tall plant and sage green walls invite a natural sense of biophilia to the space. The ergonomic nursing chair and changing table pad also create a reconnection with nature and our natural rhythms. Montessori stacking cups placed on the shelf offer a functional piece of decor in this nursery.
Minimalism is well known for being a popular nursery design style choice. The light and airy colors, minimal decor items, and overall clean and bright aesthetic draws in many first-time parents. However, minimalism has slowed down in popularity with the rise of new trends like maximalism or grandmillenial decor.
Still, minimalism is a great baby’s nursery idea, and we really love the warm and moody twist @juudithhome features on Instagram. This nursery showcases a darker monochromatic color palette. Warm chocolate brown paired with creams and beiges makes the space feel intimate and cozy. The decor is simple, with a single frame on the wall, a few toys throughout, and a canopy over the crib.
Often we see nurseries with muted tones, earthy hues, and more minimal aesthetics. But what if you’re a maximalist lover? Maximalism is a trendy home design style that has catapulted itself into several rooms of the home, including the nursery!
This maximalist nursery by @mohrliving on Instagram highlights just how homeowners favoring the colorful and patterned aesthetic can implement those elements into a nursery design. A funky patterned wallpaper, mismatched rugs, fun wall mirrors, and a unique curved crib all work to create a vibrant and eclectic look to the space.
These baby nursery ideas are unique, and we love the creative spin the designers put into their spaces. Biophilic and Japandi design offer a natural feel while maximalism and grandmillenial decor scratch that eclectic itch. Whether you’re looking for something trendy or prefer a twist on an old design style for your nursery, we love what these designers are doing.
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