Farmhouse Nursery Inspiration
A collection of farmhouse inspired, nurseries showcasing different ways to add a classy, farmhouse feel to your little one's space!
So I have been trying look around and get some ideas for our nursery. These are some of my favorites below! Not all of them are super 'farmhouse-y' but I think they all have a little farmhouse feel here or there! I love white and light colors; we are going to have to do neutral colors either way. I love all of the details in each of these nurseries, from the rugs to the light fixtures and the paint! So cute. Click the links to see more pics of each one.
via Studio Mcgee
LOVE the print on these walls and the simple crib. This nursery is clearly for a girl but could easily be made more neutral with some creams and grays instead of the pinks. I also really love the rug! Take a look at the other children's rooms and spaces in the link, all of them are so perfect, very simple and classic.
Again, obviously for a girl, but can easily be made more neutral! Although I do love those floral curtains! Maybe I will have to wait on our curtains until baby comes and we know what it is? I really like the dark woods against the white walls in here and all of the vintage pictures and frames. The armoire is beautiful and adds a lot of dimension; I would never think to put one in a nursery!
via Coco & James
Okay, I just really, really want a cow print in our nursery. I want a big one and I want to put it right above the crib! How cute is that?! Check out Coco & James Etsy sight, they have so many cute prints and art for nurseries: dogs, bunnies, cats, everything! If you don't like the farmhouse animals you could do something else, animal prints are so sweet in a nursery and of course the black and whites are very neutral.
Shiplap! I wish! This space from Holly Mathis Interiors is really gorgeous. I love the curtains and the matching pillows. Also, that light fixture is so unique and really ties in the browns with the whites.
via Lila & Lola
Cow prints again. I can't stop. I need this. So cute!! They have some more colorful prints on their site as well. The bunny pictures they have are so sweet.
via Lynzy & Co.
Look at that print on the walls! How cute. I think when we get our own place I would like to do a print on the walls in the nursery. They are just so sweet. I love the white furniture and the airy feel in here. See below for a more neutral/boy print.
via Maison de Pax
If you look at the rest of the photos you can see the beautiful, blue dresser she added in here! I think I really love when everything is mostly neutral but there is a pop of color here or there.
These free printables from Haley over at The Mountain View Cottage are so sweet. Printables are fun because you can choose your own frame or no frame at all and make them as big or as little as you like!
via Wit & Delight
This space by Wit & Delight is so creative. I love the equestrian feel and all of the grays. It seems like this is a little bit smaller space, so it is nice to see how to style everything when there's not quite as much room.
I have been getting super inspired by all of these nurseries and I can't wait to start on ours. We are not finding out what the gender of this babe is, so we will have to keep everything very neutral! I like neutral anyways, I always lean more towards creams and whites and grays. We have a few things that we have collected so far from garage sales and from friends and family, but nothing is organized yet. I would really like to do some DIY projects, maybe try out some of the printables up above. I have a tight budget, ha, so I want to DIY as much as a can or just look for good deals!
I have been looking for a crib (my sweet grandma is going to get us one!) and I really like the simple, spindle cribs. I can't decide on a color though! So far my favorites have been white, a rustic gold, and bronze. Our walls are all white already and the trim and doors are a medium brown.
Do you guys have any ideas for neutral nurseries? Comment below or send them to me on Pinterest!
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