Published on February 25, 2020

Putting together a nursery can be a fun—not to mention sentimental—experience, but you can also run into a few serious roadblocks on the creative side. How many stork motifs is too many? This week, Zara Home is offering up some sweet inspiration, in the form of the campaign for its latest collection. 

Titled “A Day at the Farm,” the shoot features everything from printed blankets in muted yellows and pinks to jute rugs. While there are plenty of products we’ll be adding to our cart—looking at you, herringbone blanket—we’re taking a step back to look at the bigger picture. Namely, the editorial itself, where we found three smart kids’ room ideas.

The Nap Nook

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A triple stack of crib mattresses makes the perfect spot for an afternoon snooze—or a cozy corner in which to read Goodnight, Moon for the umpteenth time. 

The Layered Linens

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You’ve already mixed and matched your own bedding to your maximalist heart’s content. Why not take the same approach in the nursery? Here, small-scale prints, like mini florals, and subtle stripes play nice. 

The Extra-Functional Furniture

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Look closely at that bedside table: It’s actually a woven toy chest. Take a page from this bedroom setup and make one do double duty as surface and storage. No need to resort to rainbows and pastels just yet.

See more idea for your kids’ room: 
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8 Kids’ Room Ideas Far Bigger Than the Spaces They Live In
This New Mom’s IKEA Shelf Hack Is as Simple as They Come

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