Eight Nurseries Where Wallpaper Steals the Show
See why chic wallpaper is the accessory in nursery decor right now.
Published Jun 10, 2017 5:20 AM
It’s no secret that wallpaper can really elevate your space. It has the power to make a room feel so much more put together. In a nursery, wallpaper can instantly take a space from blah to wow. And the good news is there’s no pressure to choose something super specific for a baby’s room—you can select a grown-up wallpaper that will grow with your wee one. Look for something that’s not too sugary sweet or trend focused, and it will last through all of the stages of life.
Go for Foliage
Emily Henderson’s lush green floral wallpaper looks magical in this nursery. While whimsical, it isn’t super baby-specific. This white and green wallpaper would also look amazing in an office or guest room. So when it is time to switch things up, there is no need to take the wallpaper down.
In Full Bloom
Blue blooms make for a truly gender neutral space. The print and color are sweet, but it doesn’t read too masculine or feminine. This is the perfect wallpaper for your nursery, especially if you’re accessorizing with a baby animal print.
Black and White Delight
Try a grownup take on whimsical woods. This black and white tree print featured on Wit and Delight is perfect for baby’s sleep space. And the neutral color palette allows you to fill the room with whatever colors you desire.
Why not try something moody? The dark floral wallpaper featured in this nursery on The Vintage Rug Shop really makes these walls pop. This look is not for the faint of heart—it makes an exciting and bold statement. Paired perfectly with a rich wooden crib, this wallpaper has some serious star power.
This look certainly has feminine flair. The water colored floral wallpaper, featured on Project Nursery, is seriously sweet. If you wish to go this route, embrace this look with a white crib, beautiful beaded chandelier, and faux sheep skin rug.
This wallpaper really brings the wow. The lush tropical flowers featured on Style me Pretty effortlessly catch your attention. Whileemily henderson
chose to line all of this room’s walls with wallpaper, you could always select an accent wall for a more toned down look.
How do you feel about horses? This black and white horse print, spotted on Decorpad, is a great look for an animal-loving child. This playful pattern is totally unique and will help set the space apart from the rest.
Can we talk about this wallpaper? This multi-colored print, featured on Petit & Small, appears to be spilled paint on an artist’s canvas. It’s the perfect print for a baby born into a creative and colorful family.