Inspiring List of 100 Beautiful Baby Girl Nursery Ideas

Written by Lee Orlian​

Interior decorator, product designer, & co-founder of Teepee Joy.

You’ve been shopping in person and online, but you’re just not sold on any of the traditional baby girl nursery themes. This one’s too girly, this one’s too avant-garde, this one’s too blah… you’re just not finding something that clicks.

But every day, that due date is getting a little closer, and that’s certainly not helping things on the decorating front. So what’s going to happen now? Are you doomed to cover the whole room in pink and call it a day?

I’ve got a better idea. Let’s learn from the pros and see how they did it. I’ve collected over 100 totally original and stylish baby girl nursery ideas fit for your little one. Browse this list and see what inspiration strikes you.

Boho Chic Stars and Moon

This striking nursery relies heavily on a white background and subdued colors on top. Calming and feminine without being overly girly .Visit source…

Little Fashionista

This fashion blogger decorated her little girl’s room in shades of cream and rose, and of course, put the emphasis on fashion. (LOVE the Coco Chanel book for babies!). Visit source…

 

Source: shaymone.com

Designing for Twins

Shades of white and gold take the forefront in this gorgeous nursery designed for twins. There’s two of everything, yet the room still feels spacious! Visit source…

Minimalist and Artistic

This sweet baby room decoration idea was designed with a decorator’s eye. Midcentury elements mix in with classics (like the Jane Austen books) to create something altogether new. Visit source…

Pink and Gray Nursery

Muted restful colors cap off the end result of an amazing renovation project. Definitely check out the before and after pictures on this one! Visit source…

Classic Floral

It’s so great to see wallpaper put to such beautiful use! The soft pinks and restful grays in this room create an elegant look. Visit source…

Fit for a Princess

I love how this blogger incorporated animals into the baby girl nursery decor without overpowering motifs. Clever and subtle! Visit source…

Subtle Animal Theme

Looking for a designer imposter? Here’s a DIY tutorial on how to make a Land of Nod lookalike for a fraction of the cost. This design sticks with simple lines and would work well in any room! Visit source…

Pink and Sweet

This nursery went with a classic pink color scheme, but toned it down with shades of white and taupe. Sophisticated and cute! Visit source…

Mermaid Nursery

Who says nautical themes are only for boys? This clever blogger made an absolutely amazing mermaid themed nursery in teals, golds, and neutrals. Visit source…

Modern and Avant-Garde

From the midcentury modern chandelier to the native American patterned carpet to the whimsical wall art, everything about this nursery is original. Visit source…

Birds and Beasts

Bird-themed wallpaper takes center stage in this nursery. Framed artwork and hand-picked toys round out the room beautifully. Visit source…

Peach and Gray

Peach is an underused color, in my opinion. To see a beautiful example of how it can look in a little girl’s room, don’t miss this adorable nursery. Visit source…

Whites and Blues

This room moves away from traditional baby girl nursery themes but still presents us with something entirely soft and dreamy. Visit source…

Purples and Blues

This nursery has as much to see on the ceiling as on the walls. I love the rich detail and unique girl nursery theme here. Visit source…

Peonies and Gold

One accent wall covered in floral wallpaper draw the eye and tie in the entire color theme for this gorgeous room. Visit source…

Coral and Gold

Looking for bolder colors without overwhelming the room? Try this bright and cheery combo. (Also, this might be my favorite dresser on the list!) Visit source…

Purple Contrast

This nursery shows some clever ways to play around with purple. Pairing it with contrasting colors like bronze or orange really make a statement! Visit source…

Subtle Stripes

Wide gray and white stripes create a backdrop for soft contrasting pastels like sea mist blue or a dusty pink. Quiet, restful, and artistic. Visit source…

Gold and Gray Polkadots

This room lets the walls make a statement with fun polka dots while keeping the furniture in muted neutrals. Very elegant. Visit source…

Calming Gray

You can just picture quiet snuggles in this room. The main color is gray, but it is brightened up with floral motifs and subtle pinks. Visit source…

Blush Pink Florals

The wallpaper in this nursery features large pink flowers with gray accents. The chair rail acts as a natural separation point, bringing in a neutral white. Visit source…

Tiffany Blue

A chair rail separates the neutral lower half of the walls, from the brilliant “Tiffany Blue” of the upper walls. Colors like coral, gold and green offer interesting contrasts. . Visit source…

Gold and Gray

A large floral centerpiece is the focal point of this room made up of soft greys, golds, and mirrored surfaces . Visit source…

Pink Cityscape

A white outline cityscape draws the eye, but there is so much else to see in this room. From the boxy bookshelf to the brushed metal chandelier. Visit source..

Cottage Blue

A soft blue covers all four walls. One wall offers a subtle contrast of a cinderblock texture. Floral accents and white fabrics create a soft and inviting look. Visit source…

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Softest Pink

Pink doesn’t always have to be overpowering, as demonstrated here in the pink floral wallpaper. Tan colored carpet and white furniture create a neutral, yet feminine room. Visit source…

Pastel Palette

This mom began with a color scheme, and built out from there. I love how this page takes us through her design process step-by-step. Visit source…

Idea Palette

This mother of boys always dreamed of designing a girls nursery, but never got the chance until her niece came along. Here is her collection of inspirational images. Visit source…

Statement Rugs

This mom is still in the planning phases for her nursery, but she knows one thing for sure, the area rug will be bold, and make a statement. Interesting to watch her build out from there. Visit source…

Leafy Green

Bold, tropical leaves adorn this wallpaper, contrasted by soft whites (and the occasional friendly flamingo). Visit source…

Coral and Gray Nursery

Gray can seem calming and soothing, but if you don’t break it up the right way, it can seem overly drab. What a stroke of brilliance to pair it with a cheery coral! Visit source…

Pink and Posh

The centerpiece of this room is undoubtedly the pink and gold vintage dresser, but don’t let that distract you from all the other brilliant design choices. Visit source…

Modern and Hip

Orange isn’t often a color associated with girls rooms, but this brilliant bit of decorating shows you why you should reconsider that stance. Visit source…

Apple Green

Another bold color adds a splash of joy and fun to this little girl’s nursery. Pastels are great, neutrals are classic, but sometimes you just need bright green. Visit source…

Gilded Gold

This room looks like something out of a baroque palace! The main theme is gold, with dark taupe and even black undertones. Visually striking, and 100% elegant. Visit source…

Stately Violet

The use of soft violet contrasting with white and gray in this room creates a sophisticated feminine feel that will “grow up” with the baby. Visit source…

Farmhouse Chic

The open, airy feel of this room is complemented by reclaimed and upcycled items. Every day can feel like high summer in this gorgeous room. Visit source…

Plush and Polished

Soft textures adorn this room, as does a large focal point featuring baby’s initials, and silk flowers. Visit source…

 

Dreamy Gray

Largely neutral, punctuated here and there by soft pink creates a calming and restful atmosphere for naptime, playtime, and everything in between. Visit source…

Tri-color Cream

This room relies heavily on three colors: cream, tan, and soft pink. Everything, even down to the book covers on display and stuffed animals reinforce the decor. Visit source…

Lavender and Gold

The contrast colors in this room are soft and muted, but still stand out beautifully against the neutral background. Lavender and gold make a charming combination. Visit source…

Soft and Natural

The textures seen throughout this room involve plush furniture, soft rugs, and vases full of cotton plants. Visit source…

A Garland of Pink

Floral Garland and flower bunches adorn this little girl’s room decorated mainly in whites and neutrals. Lovely! Visit source…

Pink Butterflies

A delicate chandelier of pink butterflies is one of the contrasting items which stand out against the darker gray of this beautiful nursery. Visit source…

Blue Sky Baby

The pastel blue walls evoke a sense of wide-open sky. The bold floral prints on the crib sheet and changing table add some extra fancy fun. Visit source…

Sweet and Vintage

Everything about this nursery was hand selected for its aesthetic charm. Absolutely beautiful photos! Visit source…

Rustic Neutrals

This family made great use of hardwood floors and a unique wooden closet. Add in soft neutrals and baby blue, and you have a beautiful nursery. Visit source…

Pink Princess

A largely neutral gray background is punctuated here and there with a lot of pale pink or shiny gold. Elegant, feminine, and regal. Visit source…

Cheery Yellow

A sunshine yellow backdrop allows for a bold contrast of violet and black bedding. Just the right amount of boldness and softness in this design. Visit source…

Cool and Offbeat

Natural textures, illustrated wallpaper, and quirky design elements combine to make this one of the more unique nurseries you will find. Visit source…

Quiet Naptime

The muted gray and white color theme works well with the patterned wallpaper on this nursery. Quiet and restful. Visit source…

Hipster Baby

Retro design elements like midcentury modern furniture and lighting combined with oriental rugs, mirrors, and other design elements not often found in a nursery. Very cool look! Visit source…

Source: avestyles.com

Toys as Decor

This is a great example of how the objects in your child’s room can act as the decor. Neutral walls create a backdrop to let toys and books stand out on their own. Visit source…

Rolling Gray

Gray is clearly a popular color for nurseries right now, but this one did some really cool texturing with the paint. It makes the walls look like a cloudy sky. Visit source…

Pink Geometry

Triangles of pink, gold, and white create an eye-catching accent wall, which is wonderfully complemented by the chevron carpet. Visit source…

Orange Accents

It’s always fun to see how people incorporate bold colors into children’s rooms. The rainbow alphabet is a great touch, as are the bright orange furniture and rugs. Visit source…

Pink Elegance

This room shows a cool contrast of looping, scrollwork designs against more angular geometric designs. Put the whole room in soft pink and gray, and you have a beautiful girls nursery. Visit source…

Soft and Pretty Pinks

A lot of people are moving away from the “blue for boys, pink for girls” standby, but this room shows a beautiful example of how to incorporate many shades of pink without overdoing it. Visit source…

Upcycled and Vintage

This blogger walks us through an incredible furniture transformation. Put that stunning piece in a dark gray room with soft pink curtains, and it makes quite a statement. Visit source…

Contrast and Primary

Black and white contrast on the floor set the stage for a largely neutral room, with splashes of bright, joyful color here and there. Visit source…

Flowing White

This entire room evokes images of beautiful summer dresses. Lots of soft, flowing fabrics and textures, all in white. Visit source…

Crowned

The centerpiece of this room is an actual gold crown, with a pink gauzy canopy spreading out underneath. How perfect is that? Visit source…

Mix to Match

I love the uses of different wood colors in this room. A blue dresser, a light rocker, a dark crib. Just add a bright red rug, and you’ve got it! Visit source…

Different Textures

The floral accent wall is only the beginning. Hardwood floors, soft padded crib sides, area rug, flowing curtains… Plenty to draw the eye. Visit source…

Splash of Gold

If the gold ottoman doesn’t grab you, I don’t know what will. I love the splashes of gold in this otherwise pastel pink and white room. Visit source…

Orange and Teal

Here’s a color combination we haven’t seen yet! Bright, cheery orange contrasted by bold teal. Fun, friendly, and inviting. Visit source…

Pink Starlight

A star motif adds a little something special to this simple and sweet nursery. Lots of natural light adds the finishing touch. Visit source…

San Francisco Nursery

This white and blue nursery was designed for a modern baby girl in a modern family. Simple, clean lines, but still beautiful. Visit source…

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Comfy is Key

This nursery sticks with a largely white and gray theme, but the emphasis is on comfort. Soft pillows, handmade blankets, and “broken in” area rugs. Love it! Visit source…

Pink, Yellow, Teal Contrast

Pink is the main color in this room, but I absolutely love the contrasts chosen. Bright yellow and teal pop up here and there like a fun surprise. Visit source…

Dreamy Nursery

This room still works for a toddler. Dreamy pinks, soft textures… Who wouldn’t want to keep the room exactly as it is? Visit source…

Bold Pink Mix

Pink and gray seem to be the colors of the year, but take a look at the bold fuscia, magenta, and raspberry tones in this room. Visit source..

Step by Step Whimsy

I love this post because it walks you through, step-by-step, how to assemble a little girls nursery in a variety of different ways. Visit source…

Striking and New

This is a very minimalist approach to a nursery which still manages to be striking and unique. Take a look, you might get some inspiration here. Visit source…

360 Mural Scene

Don’t be fooled, that wraparound scene isn’t a painting, it’s wallpaper! This beautiful, wraparound scene creates the basis for a blue and white room like none we’ve ever seen . Visit source…

Aqua, Pink, and Yellow

Three colors make up the base palette for this nursery. Bright, cheery, inviting, and peaceful. Visit source…

Pink Seashore

A seashore theme might not immediately strike you as something that would work with pink, but this nursery shows you that it can be done, and done really well. Visit source…

White and Gold

The striking Chevron wallpaper creates an amazing contrast with the flowing, Lacey curtains. This entire room is done in white and gold, and it’s breathtaking. Visit source…

Vintage Rose

What a beautiful idea brought to life! This nursery was designed to look vintage in every aspect, from the furniture to the toys. Visit source…

For the Little Traveler

A travel-themed nursery which incorporates a beautiful world map, animals from around the world, and globes. Very creative! Visit source…

Bold Rainbows

What a labor of love! This blogger incorporated bright primary colors everywhere in her child’s room, and she did most of it by hand. From painting to thumbtack art! Visit source…

Source: brit.co

Confetti Nursery

What a cute idea! This nursery incorporates confetti anywhere and everywhere from wall art to lighting fixtures. Visit source…

Aqua and Gray Chevron

This room sticks with Aqua, white, and gray for nearly everything, and the result is dramatic and eye-catching. Visit source…

Pink and Yellow

Sweet, delicate, and feminine, the combination of pink and yellow is cheerful, sunny, and perfect for a little girl’s nursery. Visit source…

Garden Nursery

Soft greens and floral motifs adorn this space, creating an open air feel. Top it off with a bunny mobile, and it’s like a scene out of Beatrix Potter. Visit source…

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Rustic and Gold

I love the use of two different accent walls in this room. One with the triangle motif, and the other with reclaimed wood. Between the teepee, the deer trophy, and the arrow decal, this is a very outdoorsy theme. Visit source…

Bright and White

Clever uses of colorful wall art and creative wall hangings help break up the mostly white theme of this beautiful room. Visit source…

Hearts and Stars

Another renovation walk-through – I love these! This mostly pink room incorporates a repeating heart and star motif on an accent wall. Visit source…

Soft Pink Motifs

This pink room uses a lot of interesting soft textures like a dream catcher, or layered area rugs (how cool)! Visit source…

Little Adventurer

These parents decorated their daughter’s nursery with pictures and toys of animals from all over the world. Lots of fun! Visit source…

Multipurpose Nursery

Not everyone has an entire room to devote to a baby. Here is a great example of a combination nursery/home office. Very clever design. Visit source…

Floral Nursery

The use of silk flowers in this room is fantastic! I can’t get over the floral mobile hanging over the crib. It has great texture to this already delicate, pretty room. Visit source…

Purples

Wall art, bedding, and the changing table all make bold statements in purple. They stand out wonderfully against the grays and browns in the room. Visit source…

Preppy Nursery

Mainly white and cream-colored, the floral curtains on this bright and sunny nursery really pop. I also love the gold trimmed mirror as a centerpiece. Visit source…

Pink and Whimsical

Several shades of pink are brought into this nursery, along with blue, yellow, and white. I love the oversize flowers hanging from the ceiling. Visit source…

Tiny Sophistication

You might be just as likely to see this decor in a trendy loft apartment as you would in a nursery. Browns, grays, whites, and lots of different textiles. Visit source…

Friendly Bunnies

This bunny themed room isn’t overly juvenile, thanks largely to the dramatic wallpaper print. Fun, but also sophisticated. Visit source…

Southwestern Style

I can’t say I’ve ever seen a cactus-themed nursery before, but after seeing how cute this looks, I’ll bet the theme takes off! Visit source…

Comfy and Cozy

Sometimes, you don’t have to stick to any one theme to create magic. Different colors, textures, and styles can be found throughout this room, and they all come together beautifully. Visit source…

So, did you find something that you fell in love with? Think you might mix and match elements from a few different rooms? I’d love to hear what you’re planning. Please let me know in the comments!

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