This neutral quilt would be perfect in a modern nursery, especially if your little guy's name starts with an O.
This Equilateral Triangles Crib Quilt by Carson Converse is actually two quilts in one: sunny triangles on one side and lemony stripes on the other.
My daughter would probably pick this one out of the bunch. Pink and flowers are two of her favorites.
Barbara Perrino makes some really striking quilts, like this clean and simple "bricks" design.
The beautiful quilts made by FunQuilts are an investment, for sure, but the good news is that the company also sells quilt kits for those who have the skills to make their own.
This quilt by Denyse Schmidt is called Swirly Rose, but it reminds me of freshly picked oranges. I could design a whole room around it.
This is a quilt pattern called "Wonky Little Houses." I love its playful look. It was designed by my friend (and super talented artist) Carrie Bloomston.
This is another great quilt made by Barbara Perrino. It's called Orange Boxes, and it is sized for a baby.
These bold red and white stripes would be at home in a nautical-themed bedroom for kids.
If you love Carson Converse's quilt designs but aren't yet ready to make the investment, check out his smaller stroller quilts and greeting cards too.
This quilt has a real bohemian vibe with all of its multicolored rings and circles.
If you have a dino lover, here's a fun tower of dinosaurs on a quilt from The Land of Nod. Plus, there are some great pillows for your future paleontologist to snuggle up with too.
These reversible Cabin Quilts from Serena & Lily are the perfect basic pieces for layering with patterned bedding. The contrasting red stitch on this one is a nice touch.
This Aqua Diamond Quilt from Serena & Lily looks like pure luxury. It also comes in punch, lilac, pink and citrine.