Creating Beautiful Baby Rooms

With a little one on the way now myself, my attention has returned to beautiful baby rooms, so following on from rocking modern nurseries I’ve gathered together more gorgeous little gems…

I really like the idea of introducing a cool standing lamp, it will come in useful for softly lighting those bleary-eyed night time feeds, as well as remaining stylish and non age specific as the baby grows.




Grownup wallpapers work beautifully in a child’s room too, such as smart stripes or a flourish of fleurs-de-lis; remember, an extreme early days theme may not seem like such a great idea in a few years time.

As I have been gathering ideas for my own baby’s nursery, I’ve become super aware at how short a time much of the furniture can be used for, and how expensive it all is! Dual-purpose furniture seems to present some neat solutions, i.e. pieces that convert to another use once the initial need is over.


Great examples of convertible nursery furniture are cot-beds and changers that either convert to bookshelves, or have a removable changing topper over an ordinary chest of drawers. Items that have two lives can cost a little more initially but may save your pocket in the long run.

With so many amazing options I am spoilt for choice! Have you created your own beautiful baby room? Send me your photos using my easy Submission Form.

UPDATE: See what I did with my own baby’s room in ‘My Little Boy’s Bedroom: Happy Nursery Decor for a Happy Baby!’

  • Marcy Beasley

    OMG that wooden tree from Very Rosenberry that turns into a book shelf was awesome. I want that! so very cool!!!! I’m not so sure about the baby bed being in the closet. I guess i get the space saver thing but what happend to all the crap in the closet?!

  • Evelyn Ann Hughes

    Some beautiful ideas——which are you going to choose?!!!