42,140 American nursery Home Design Photos

Veridian Homes
The Maybeck
Fun nursery for a boy or a girl!
Neat use of patterns nursery
I love this nursery...Cute nursery...Sweet nursery...Nursery crib set?
“Wall color” — zoesoccer
Eclectic Kids
Changing table. Capture the vintage style you want for your little girl's nursery by using a low vintage dresser as a changing table. Who says you have to use the standard nursery furniture? The height and width of this vintage dresser is just right.Tip: Most changing tables come
4. Bounce light around by adding mirrors in unexpected spaces. If you’re lucky enough to have a window in your attic nursery, make the most of it by placing a mirror across from it to reflect light throughout the space. Brown recommends hanging mirrors in fun shapes and sizes
“Cambiador” — elseka
Grace & Ivy
Grace's Nursery
I love this as a nursery for grandchildren!
Nursery for baby girl
my daughter's nursery
Baby Girl Nursery...Pale nursery...Grace's Nursery
“Sifonyer” — ilgen
Annalea Hart
enzo's nursery
Consider a vintage look. For an eclectic flair to the nursery, find a crib that reflects a vintage style. This doesn’t mean hunting flea markets for an actual antique. Federal safety guidelines for cribs didn’t go into effect until 1973, so be sure to look for a newly constructed crib with a vintage
“Crib” — hbyars
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Nursery curtains
Gender neutral nursery
wall color for nursery
Nursery ideas...Neutral nursery
“Nursery curtains” — thewomanchung
Lauren Hufnagl
Violet's Nursery
A DIY nursery on a budget.
Light enough for the walls and the ceiling, Behr's Prelude is the perfect choice for this nursery.
Nursery color behr prelude
Violet's Nursery...nursery idea...Style of nursery
“Very cute. & less than $200 crib! Yay” — meaghanpalmer
Nic Darling
100k Baby Room
Perfect for a mid-century modern baby boy's nursery!
A very pale cool gray is a soothing background for a simple, modern nursery.
Don't be afraid to paint a nursery gray. Not every child's room has to be a kaleidoscope of bright colors. A simple decal and a small colorful banner are all you need for touches of color. The rest of the space can be kept simple and plain so as not to overwhelm a baby's developing senses.
very pale cool gray is a soothing background for a simple, modern nursery.
“Tree” — cirihn
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
I have this bedding for my son's nursery (from Serena and Lily) but they don't sell a changing pad cover that goes with it. Where did you get this changing pad cover? Thanks!
I think it's this one (?) It looks very similar: http://www.montedesign.net/modern_nursery_glider.html
Ways to dress up nursery curtain. Cream and gold
Multiple bands. In this stylish nursery, two narrow chocolate brown bands at the top, and one above the wider one at the base of these panels repeat the border pattern in the area rug. Tip: If you are on a budget and can sew, buy readymade panels and add your own bands.
What a fab palette for a nursery! Nutmeg and paprika make baby blue look fresh all over again. The stripes and lines echoed between the curtains, pillow and rug are a great touch and
“Chair” — samanthag1234
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