One of the most fun parts about becoming a parent is getting to design and decorate a nursery. Creating a room for a little bundle of joy used to entail choosing a generic crib + glider + changing table with either pink or blue accents and calling it a day. Now, more often than not, nurseries are an extension of the rest of the house with modern design sensibilities. There are endless inspiration ideas, especially with the return of the wallpaper trend (which I am personally such a fan of!). Read on for our chic nursery picks that any adult would be lucky enough to call home:1) Source: Domino
Equal parts clean, fresh, minimal, and stylish, this scandinavian-inspired room is sophisticated enough to easily transition from baby-child-adult space.
2) Source: Boho Baby Heaven via Paul & Paula
3) Source: Ruffled Blog
Everything about this nursery is chic-yet-whimsical and totally appropriate for baby. I love how the space is grounded with that amazing wallpaper from Chasing Paper.
4) Source: Geri Hirsch
5) Source: Crystal Sinclair Designs
6) Source: Sarah Sherman Samuel
Once again, utilizing that '5th wall' aka the ceiling is such a great, yet often overlooked, idea! The Brooklyn Home Company is seriously creative on another level, perfectly pulling together all these prints/patterns without overwhelming this space. My dream is to work with their creative director, Lyndsay Caleo, on a house project someday!
8) Source: Sarah Sherman SamuelThis nursery has everything- it's dramatic yet somehow clean at the same time. That wallpaper, the emerald green glider, the vintage rocker, the classic stripe rug- simply perfection!
9) Source: Foxy Oxie
That statement floral wallpaper turns this space into a little jewel-box of a room. The simple color palette of black/white/gold is so incredibly sophisticated but this room feels anything but simple.
10) Source: Boho Baby Heaven via Paul & Paula
It's really difficult to find a boho-esque nursery that is gender-neutral and this one is so dreamy and perfectly-layered with all those natural textures. I realized that I must also have a thing for that IKEA light fixture!
Emily Henderson just gets it right every.single.time and for her daughter's first room, she nailed it. The blush/white/green palette is such a fresh take on a feminine space.
12) Source: Made By Girl
Another creative that provides never-ending inspiration, I always check in on Jen Ramos to get her take on all things style. That neon sign is everything!
13. Source: The Glow
Tell us in the comments which one is your favorite!