Are you about to start a nursery design project for your baby on the way and wavering about what design style you want for the nursery? Not sure if your preference leans toward traditional or if boho is more your style? Ahead, we'll look at nursery styles for your baby's nursery and help you find the nursery styles that work for you!
First, honing in on a nursery style for your nursery decorating project is about taking some time to figure out your priorities for the nursery, how you would want the space to function, and the vibe you want to create in the nursery.
Read on to learn how to recreate the different nursery styles in your space, whether modern, coastal, midcentury century, or other. And, if you can't decide on one particular nursery style, take our quick nursery style quiz below to help you make some design decisions and choices quickly!
8 NURSERY STYLES FOR YOUR NURSERY DECORATING PROJECT
Modern nursery designs have a few elements that define them such as a monochromatic, neutral color palette, clean lines, and a space that leans more minimalist with minimal clutter. Read our Modern Nursery Ideas Style Guide
In a midcentury nursery, you are bound to see retro-style furnishings, furniture with sleek lines, and wooden or metal pin-style legs on pieces. In addition, in a midcentury nursery, you'll find both man-made and natural materials as well as indoor plants. Read our Mid-Century Modern Nursery Style Guide
A transitional nursery takes elements from traditional and modern design for a nursery look that's so fresh and classic. A transitional nursery design has a mix of masculine and feminine details, making the space inviting.
If you are a fan of the minimalist style, you'll gravitate towards clean lines, uncluttered spaces, a monochromatic nursery color palette, and simplicity in design.
A Scandinavian nursery design features clean lines, minimalist decor, and a bright, airy look with an infusion of natural materials. Read our Scandinavian Nursery Style Guide
A boho nursery has a fun and happy vibe with textures, patterns, colors, and touches of nature. Read our Bohemian Nursery Style Guide
In a rustic nursery design, you'll find earthy elements such as wood, burlap, jute, and stone woven into the nursery furniture and decor.
A coastal nursery style is all about the seaside aesthetic with a casual vibe and features natural materials, blue hues, beach-inspired decor, and weathered furniture. Read our Coastal Nursery Style Guide