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It is no secret that wallpaper is one of our favorite ways to breathe life into a nursery and make a statement on the nursery walls. Nursery wallpaper designs run the gamut from bold and daring to muted and understated. If your design style leans more towards the latter, then minimalist wallpaper designs are what will work for your nursery design. Here, we've rounded up the prettiest minimalist wallpaper ideas for the nursery.
Get inspired by these gorgeous minimalist nursery wallpaper designs and the nurseries that feature them.
10 PRETTY MINIMALIST NURSERY WALLPAPER DESIGNS
1.Watercolor Clouds Wallpaper
Here is an example of a muted wallpaper design that's lovely and so fitting for a baby's room.
We love this beautiful, serene, modern, and neutral wallpaper design with safari animals galore.
What better way to decorate nursery walls than with this modern minimalist wallpaper design featuring a muted color palette and playful design of stars?
4.POLKA DOTS WALLPAPER
This nursery wallpaper design is both minimalist and fun, with the subtlest pops of color to add interest to the nursery walls.
Bring a hint of color while creating a statement on the nursery walls with this sparrow wall design that's equal parts beautiful and minimalist.
This wallpaper stuns with sweetness and subtlety. This design leans nautical with sailboats, waves, and a blue color palette.
Add a whimsical touch to the nursery with this beautiful wallpaper design featuring feather-like florals.
Give this pretty botanical wallpaper with detailed renderings of delicate botanicals a try to add depth and interest to the nursery walls without being too loud.
You can't go wrong with this delicate herringbone wallpaper- modern, delicate, and gorgeous.
Here is another fabulous minimalist nursery wallpaper design featuring a hazelnut labyrinth abstract design.
Last Updated on July 21, 2022 by Tira Attygalla