Today we’re highlighting TEN baby girl nursery themes that are rising in popularity.
It’s OKAY to choose a trending nursery theme because nurseries are inherently temporary.
Every one of these themed nurseries are jaw-dropping and gorgeous!
I’ve broken them out into four categories for you – extra girly, fun and colorful, neutral, and inspired by green.
Let’s get started… you’re going to love them!
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Baby girl nursery themes that are extra girly.
Pink Coastal Nursery
We’ve all seen Coastal themed nurseries before, but have you come across a PINK Coastal nursery?!
The pineapple wallpaper, seashell chandelier, pelican wall art, and shell pillow make this girl nursery so beachy and unique.
Floral Baby Nursery
Floral baby nurseries have been on trend for years, but sophisticated nurseries have been rising in popularity.
We love how Paola made her nursery a room that will be age-appropriate for many years.
The beaded chandelier and dreamy canopy are both fit for a princess.
Speaking of floral nursery themes… this post has 50 nursery ideas for a girl, and there’s some really unique florals we’ve never seen!
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Girl nursery ideas that are fun and colorful.
We can tell the Cactus theme is getting more and more popular because Etsy is absolutely filled with fun cactus accessories.
I love all of the pops of pink mixed in that make it very clear this nursery is for a baby girl.
Pink Lemonade Nursery
A twist on a Lemons girl nursery theme – this nursery incorporates layers of soft pink.
Nursery wallpaper is all the rage and it surely does make a statement.
Who isn’t obsessing over rainbows these days?! We love it so much that I had to share two examples.
This rainbow wall decal gives this nursery major WOW factor – I love that the colors are subtle.
Whereas this rainbow nursery is whimsical with its bright colors.
Not only are rainbows fun, but they also represent something special – babies who are born to families after they’ve lost a child.
Palm Leaf Nursery
The tropical trend of palm leaves is here to stay, and expecting mamas are finding new ways to make this girl nursery theme unique.
This contrasting, girly tassel chandelier gives this space a little boho flair.
Neutral girl nursery themes that are absolutely gorgeous.
Boho Farmhouse Nursery
Boho nurseries have been a thing for awhile now, and so has the Joanna Gaines farmhouse era. Now we are seeing a combination called Boho Farmhouse – and I absolutely adore it!
Earth Tone Nursery
Earth tone nursery color palettes are popping up everywhere this year, representing the color of the earth’s soil.
It’s a timeless look with a cozy, calming feel.
These baby girl rooms are rocking the green trend.
Plant Inspired Nursery
The hanging greenery is the focal point of this girl nursery theme. It’s simple but yet scroll stopping!
Sophisticated Green Nursery
Sophisticated nurseries are on trend and online searches for green nursery inspiration are on the rise!
These pops of green are playful amongst an otherwise fairly neutral room.
One last themed nursery – my own baby girl’s nursery!
You have to check out my post on How to Design the Nursery of Your Dreams.
I share a step-by-step process to follow, including how and where to place each piece of furniture.
There are also many more photos of her nursery, including source links for everything with where to buy.
Nursery Themes for a Girl – Frequently Asked Questions
How do I choose a theme for my baby nursery?
- Do you prefer neutrals or something colorful?
- Do you want a sophisticated look or something that suits babies?
- Do you want a loose theme or a very defined one?
These are all questions you’ll need to answer when you’re choosing your nursery theme.
Begin by starting a Pinterest board for your nursery and use it as inspiration.
This will help you streamline your style and determine what you ultimately want it to look like. Narrow it down to the top three photos you love and draw from those to help you decide on your nursery theme.
Begin with broad concepts, but don’t forget to pin the little things that make your heart melt. Remember: A single accessory can be the starting point for an entire nursery design. Just pin what you love.
Drowning in too many inspiration images? Settling on a color or decorating style is the quickest way to give your design focus.
Does a nursery have to have a theme?
You don’t have to choose a traditional set nursery theme such as baby animals, boho, nautical etc. Identifying a “theme” can be as simple as choosing a color scheme to work within. For example, in my daughter’s nursery I simply focused on neutrals with pops of gold and pink girly accents.
How do you decorate a baby room on a budget?
- Buy an affordable crib. All cribs for sale must meet the guidelines of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and come in a standard length & width. Therefore the only difference between cribs is their style and price.
- Choose an inexpensive changing table dresser because it will get beat up over those first few years. You’ll be wiping poop off of it and it will likely get scratched on the top.
- Get a cheap area rug. Rugs USA has some amazing rugs that will fit any nursery theme and they are all super affordable with free shipping.
- Find low-cost decor for your nursery from T.J.Maxx.
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