Your baby girl will be here before you know it, and we know you want her room to be just as sweet and special as she is.
We scoured the web for the cutest baby girl nursery ideas we could find so that you can be inspired and excited about setting it all up.
From classic and trendy themes, to unexpected wall decor, to the best color schemes we could find, these 101 ideas are sure to spark your imagination for your baby girl’s nursery.
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1. Crib Bows
This baby girl’s room designed by @lindseyherodinteriors sets a fun tone with a teal wall color, offset with traditional floral curtains, dramatic pink crib bows, and modern bunny wall art. We love the pink round ottoman that can be used as a table or for seating.
2. Swan Rocking Chair
This sweet room from @sabrinavroeginteriors makes use of a plush swan rocking chair, a mix of wood furniture, and floral accents throughout for slightly a fancy but approachable baby room.
3. Forest Animal Wallpaper
This baby girl’s nursery from @davia_at_home makes use of a stunning forest animal wall paper as its focal point. A soft shag rug, simple wall decor, a rose pink crib mattress cover, and touches of greenery finish the look.
4. Boho Style
This bold boho-style baby nursery makes a big impact in a small space. The wallpaper is loud and proud, accented by natural materials, plain crib sheets, deep green plants, and a small textured rug.
5. Princess Theme
A princess theme has always been a popular route for baby girl nurseries, but @gloriakater has a new take on it, bringing in lush greenery and a bed canopy tumbling down from a giant tiara. Your little princess will have sweet dreams here.
6. Custom Name Flags
Custom name flags is a great way to personalize a nursery, and we love these from @fox_and_weave. Plus, this textured weave basket makes a unique and functional changing table for a newborn.
7. Woven Cave Chair
This little girl’s room stopped us in our tracks. The woven cave chair with plush throw pillows and stuffies, together with the intricate rattan light fixture makes this nursery sweet, comfortable, and unique. Featured on @little_blessings.
8. Wooden House Shelf
This wooden house shelf was used by @onelovinghome to display meaningful decorative items and her favorite shoes in her daughter’s nursery. The natural wood and hanging plant lends an organic feel to the room.
9. Unexpected Color Scheme
The color scheme in a baby girl’s room doesn’t have to be the expected shades of pink and purples. The room designed by @fiveatnumberthree uses shades of green and gray to achieve a calm and cozy little girl’s room.
10. Knitted Wire Names
Another great idea to personalize a nursery is with these custom knitted wire name creations from @littleandohsolovely. This works well anywhere in the room and particularly above the baby crib.
11. Vintage Vibes
With the old-fashioned crib skirt, wrought iron nursery furniture, and throw-back patterns and textiles, @molly.h.williams nailed this vintage baby girl room. The wicker stroller and toy chest really take the cake.
12. Wall Stickers
These fun wall decals from @justkiddingonlinestore add a pop of color and whimsy to this rainbow themed nursery.
13. Showstopping Mobiles
A baby mobile is a good idea to have in a little girl’s nursery because it gives them something to look at and be mesmerized by while they are falling asleep or right when they have woken up. This intricate rose mobile from @babyshowsmobile is elegant and beautiful.
14. Printed Crib Bedding
Level up your regular crib with a set of printed crib bedding. When you’re baby is first born, they’ll like just need a fitted crib sheet, and you can add more bedding as they get older and it’s safe to do so. This print is from @mamashackbaby.
We also love this pink, green, and creamy peach blossom pattern from @minkymyles.
15. Bold Wallpaper
For your nursery wallpaper, why not go big? There’s never been a better market for bold patterns in modern wall paper, and there are even several peel and stick options that are high quality and super easy to install. We found this incredible pattern from @willaandthebear.
16. Area Rug Statement
This beautiful nursery designed by @cameronjonesinteriors makes use of a bold but sweet area rug as a focal point. From there, pink is used as a matching accent color.
17. Sheer Curtains
A soft pink color, clean lines, crisp white crib, neutral accents, and plenty of natural light keep this baby’s nursery from @livinglindsay sweet and simple.
18. Ombre Accent Wall
An ombre accent wall? Absolutely gorgeous! This pink nursery found on @worldkindbrand makes a stunning statement, and is accented by textured ottomans and a plush rug in bright white.
19. White Nursery
Using white tones and white walls makes the entire room look larger, so there’s a good reason to go with this option in a small room. It can make a huge impact. A white nursery is also a good choice for someone who needs a gender-neutral nursery, as it can be appropriate for a baby boy or girl. The white curtains and crib in this room are offset by neutral furniture, printed wallpaper, and textured llamas.
20. Open Hanging Clothes
It’s probably not realistic to plan on hanging all of their baby clothes out in the open, but choosing some favorite pieces to hang on display makes a space feel cozy and welcoming by adding a personal touch, like in this little girl’s nursery from @handmade_byholly.
21. Feminine Touches
A feminine touch can be easy to achieve in your own nursery using wall art with floral themes, adding a soft pink blanket, and placing decorative items out on display.
22. Gallery Wall
Adding a gallery wall to your nursery brings interest and dimension to the space. The best part is that you can easily swap out the art as they grow to fit their interests and your evolving design aesthetic.
This gallery wall designed by @007_mallory is a different interpretation of a traditional gallery wall, with a unique layout and inclusion of the baby’s newborn photos.
23. Accent Tree
You’ve heard of an accent wall, but have you heard of an accent tree? Whether real or fake, the important thing is that the tree makes a statement. It will have the effect of bringing the outdoors in and adding a touch of the unexpected in your little girl’s room. This stunning room from @oliveandivoryinteriors is mostly neutral, but includes plenty of interesting dimensions through patterns and texture.
24. Custom Mural
A custom mural like the forest pictured above can make your little girl’s room truly one of a kind. We’re also in love with this light teal crib and floating shelves that gives this nursery a modern look.
25. Wicker Baskets
This modern design from @maginterior.design shows that wicker baskets can be used for so many purposes. On the floor it serves as a laundry basket or toy catch-all, and on the dresser they serve as a convenient place to store baby essentials like burp clothes and other supplies. Next to the crib, yet another wicker basket holds light blankets and extra bedding.
26. Hanging Plants
A hanging plant adds serenity and a calming effect to your room. If it’s a real hanging plant, it should be placed near light. If you already have enough on your plate, there are lots of artificial plants that look very real. You should still place it by the light to add to the rouse.
Your little one probably won’t make much use of the tipi right away, but quickly she’ll be crawling around and loving her special space. This nursery by @laurenglassdesigns uses whimsical stuffed animals to create a playful space, and we loved the two-toned details in the white and pink drapes.
28. Rattan Crib & Furniture
There’s nothing ordinary about this stunning boho nursery from @thefrenchfolk. The rattan crib and natural wood dresser create such a welcoming, cozy vibe to the whole room, and the geometric wall mural adds to the nursery perfection.
29. Color Pop
Add a fun pop of color to an otherwise neutral nursery with a bold window curtain, funky wall art, and other nursery decor. This nursery featured on @worldkindbrand is so bright and fresh, and we love the honeybee and life-size giraffe.
30. Round Mirror
A round mirror can be a great focal point in any room, including the nursery. The dramatic round mirror in this safari themed nursery almost takes on the character of a lion’s mane.
The round mirror in this room provides a completely different effect. We love the natural materials, shaggy diamond-shaped rugs, boho ottoman, and pastel cactus wallpaper.
31. Repurposed Furniture
You can make a used piece of furniture charming and new again with a fresh coat of paint and updated drawer handles. @thecharlestonhome hit it out of the park with this vintage dresser repurposed as a changing table.
32. Special Bassinet
A bassinet is a bed made specifically for babies from the newborn stage until about four months old. They are shaped like an oval, are typically mobile, and have mesh or cloth sides. A bassinet will be so handy to you in those early days, and this is the bassinet you didn’t know you needed. It’s from Sacred Bundle in Australia.
Here’s another enviable bassinet from @peapodandnate.
33. Sunrise Mural
The desert hues in this sun-drenched nursery from @kirstinhunjo are calming and simple, and so is the sunrise mural rising behind the crib. It just a simple half circle, but it packs a punch.
34. Macrame Wall Hanging
Macrame is all the rage right now, and it’s no wonder why. The intricate weaving and bright colors add interest and fun to any room. This one is from @knitie.art in the Netherlands.
35. Cultural Piece
For a very personal touch, add something meaningful from your culture or heritage to your child’s nursery. This wall art from @tinyandmightybaby features the baby girl’s Hebrew name surrounded by whimsical rainbows. Adding something from your heritage makes the nursery uniquely yours.
We hope you loved this curated list of our favorite nursery ideas for baby girls. It can be overwhelming sifting through all of the inspiration and different styles online, but you can’t go wrong when you follow what you know in your heart is the right design for your child.
No matter what your final nursery looks like, our sincere hope for you is that you and your daughter have a myriad of special moments together in that room. Congratulations!