Rustic Nursery Design Ideas

If you dream of a nursery for your little one which evokes simplicity and a connection to the outdoors, then a Rustic style nursery is perfect for you! Soft neutral palettes and wood tones bring warmth to rustic style nurseries, which makes it no wonder why this style is no popular with new parents. Whether you want a more chic modern farmhouse look or a space to raise a little outdoorsman, this style is versatile and undeniably cozy.

Nursery & Guest Room Combo

Nursery & Guest Room Combo

You may have lots of guests when you have a new baby, so why not make the nursery work double duty. Add a day bed for an easy solutions to extra house guests.

A Cozy Cocoon

A Cozy Cocoon

This serene nursery space is filled with creature comforts. A faux-fur rug, plush blankets, and sweet butterfly wall art will have parent and baby feeling snuggled in and as cozy as a bug in a rug.

Rustic and Pink Nursery

Rustic and Pink Nursery

We love the way weathered wood tones mixes with soft pinks to create magic in this rustic nursery. Try mixing your accent color with neutral tones for a balanced color scheme. The grey and cream rug anchors the nursery with plush texture and pattern, letting the pink wall color take center stage! A crochet garland hangs from the ceiling, adding a whimsical element. 

Bohemian Baby

Bohemian Baby

Your baby's nursery is as much a space for you as it is for them. You're not obligated to have a cutesy theme if you don't want one (though it's okay if you do.) Feel free to pick style choices that you enjoy. Whether they are boho (like in this design), modern, glam, or rustic, any style can work so long as the space is safe and cozy for your baby.

Dino Delight

Dino Delight

This sweetly styled nursery utilize the space under the crib for extra storage. A timeless design hack perfect for easy clean-up of baby sundries that will never go the way of the dinosaurs.

Times They Are a Changin Station

Times They Are a Changin Station

Being a new parent is a busy business that requires you to make the most out of your time. When it comes to decorating your nursery, consider a minimalist approach with less decor to fuss over. This will make tidying the nursery much more manageable and save you loads of time.

Fanciful Fauna

Fanciful Fauna

A few animal-inspired accents, including the wall art and stuffed animals, add a bit of whimsy to this sweet transitional style nursery.

Animal Menagerie Nursery

Animal Menagerie Nursery

This nursery manages to be both sweet and tasteful thanks to a cute animal theme executed subtly. The pale pastel color palette and organic woven textures make the assorted critters in the room feel curated and cute without allowing them to go wild.

The View From Here

The View From Here

Having a baby is great; changing dirty diapers isn't so great. To make the experience more enjoyable, consider placing the changing station by the window. After all, few things aren't improved by a beautiful view, even dirty diapers.

Rustic and Nursery in Pastels

Rustic and Nursery in Pastels

This serene nursery is a delightful mix of rustic and transitional styles that will make parents and baby feel at ease. The combination of natural woven materials and pastel hues play up the cozy factor.

Sunny Rustic and Nursery in Pastels

Sunny Rustic and Nursery in Pastels

This serene nursery is a delightful mix of rustic and transitional styles that will make parents and baby feel at ease. The combination of natural woven materials and pastel hues play up the cozy factor.

Rustic Blues Nursery

Rustic Blues Nursery

This rustic nursery is full of calming energy. The soft patterns and artwork make cozy additions to any nursery. With pops of muted blues, your little one will be able to sleep well in this calming space!

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