7 Nursery Design Ideas that Will Help You Welcome Baby Home

Devin Kirk of Jayson Home chose a sophisticated yet whimsical nursery design for his family's Chicago apartment because he wanted to furnish it in a way that welcomes growth and evolution.

Choose an Artful Mobile

One of the best nursery ideas is blackout shades, as any parent will tell you. Invest on window treatments your child will love for a lifetime, like the patterned drapes in this nursery designed by Emily Janak Interiors

Invest in Window Treatments

Leanne Ford, a nursery designer, emphasized warm neutral colors, inviting textures, and an abundance of natural light in her own home. A combination of vintage and Crate & Kids pieces make up the furniture.

Incorporate Cozy Textures

More really is more when it comes to creating a nursery that will be remembered. Pattern play gives this Atlanta bedroom by Colordrunk Designs life, and the opposing colors can change as the occupant does.

Lean Into Fun

Timeless components, such as the conventional dresser, framed photos, and matching chair and ottoman, give this baby's nursery by Tasmin Johnson a sophisticated edge that will hold up over time.

Hang a Playful Light

Designer Heidi Caillier employed an unexpected color scheme, but kept all the furniture and fabrics classic for a balanced look, so the space could grow with her small client.

Design for the Ages

Painting the walls and ceiling the same hue, according to designer Jean Stoffer, "is a way to really level up your design." Here, she went with a deep shade of forest green, emphasizing the outside tree vista and fostering a serene environment

Channel Nature