31 Floral Nursery Ideas for Your Little Sprout
Note: While these nursery photos are gorgeous, please know that it’s NOT safe to place stuffed animals, pillows, bumpers, or any loose items inside your infant’s sleep space until Baby is a year old. —Dr. Harvey Karp
Everything’s coming up roses with when you opt for flower decor in your baby’s room. While this nursery theme is a classic, the beauty is it’s so versatile, too! You can go minimalist and understated or grand and dramatic. Tulips, daisies, and wildflowers bring peaceful spring and summer days to mind, while sunflowers, roses, and peonies make a bold statement. Black-and-white or all-white floral nurseries put a modern twist on the theme, and tiny florals add subtle sweetness. Mix and match your florals, and bring them in with wallpaper or textiles. Try something new with 3D flowers on the walls, or incorporate the old with antique furniture or decor to complement the florals. Create whatever flower-theme baby room that fits your aesthetic, and watch your baby bloom. Here, our favorite floral nursery ideas.
Tulip Floral Nursery
Photo & to purchase: Etsy/SimpleShapes
In grand scale as shown with these tulip wall decals, or as a tiny print on wallpaper or bed linens, tulips lend a timeless touch and softness to the nursery.
Chic Pastel Floral Nursery
Photo: 100 Layer Cakelet
While pastels are traditional in the nursery, a chandelier and crisp details dress up the room for a floral look that will grow right alongside your little one.
Mix-and-Match Floral Nursery
Photo: House of Harper
Can’t settle on a direction for your florals? These parents paired a modern painting with an old-school rug and bold, vintage flower print linens for a complex interpretation of the flower trend that works beautifully.
White Roses Floral Nursery
Photo: American Decals
It’s all about the basics when you combine a watercolor-inspired pale rose motif with an all-white scheme for Baby. Leaving the rest of the details minimalistic lets your flowers shine.
3D Flower Nursery
Photo: Project Nursery
Add a pop with large-scale, foam or paper flowers that leap right off the wall. You can make these or buy them at a craft store, and use them in a playroom or other space in the house once your babe outgrows the look.
Pink and Purple Floral Nursery
Pink, purple, and florals are a classic baby room trio. In this sweet nursery, blush lays the foundation and purple pops add dimension, while the large flower print ties it all together. (And the SNOO? The perfect final touch for your budding babe.)
Daisy Theme Baby Room
A throwback to the 60’s and 70’s is always a fun way to inform your baby room decor. Daisies do just that for your little flower child; add vintage-look lighting for something special.
Sunflower Floral Nursery
Warm, end-of-summer feelings will come rushing in every time you enter the beautiful space you’ve decked out sunshine-y flowers for your ray of sunshine.
Rustic Flowers Nursery
Floral details can be prim and pretty in the nursery, while also making a statement. These parents brought in an intricate hanging floral arrangement (that you can DIY or find on Etsy!) and added rope, macrame, wood, and a potted plant to un-fuss the vibe.
Boho Floral Nursery
Speaking of rope and macrame, a full-out boho-floral baby room is dreamy. Lean into this theme and the only problem you’ll have is never wanting to leave the nursery! (See more boho nurseries!)
Moody Floral Nursery
Light and airy is lovely, but deep and moody is magical. Burgundy or violet-hued floral wallpaper makes a deep statement. You can create a similar mood with dark red or navy flowers.
“She belongs among the wildflowers”…there’s truth to this Petty tune! And your little one’s introduction to whimsy and beauty starts right here at home. A crib made of natural materials further enhances this theme.
Minimalist Floral Nursery
Keep it simple and sweet with framed floral prints and a stunning rug for flower power. Petal pink paint on the walls and neutral furniture are perfect complements. (See more minimalist nursery ideas!)
Bright Vintage Floral Nursery
There are minimalists, and then there are maximalists, and guess what? No one’s wrong! If color, print, and movement are your thing, consider a beautifully busy, vintage-inspired nursery that bursts with flowers.
Romantic Floral Nursery
The large-scale cluster of dried flowers above the crib and floral chandelier have this space bursting with flowers, without any wallpaper needed. Lots of texture and an array of pinks are a beautiful backdrop.
Ethereal Floral Nursery
The lucite crib, beaded chandelier, and floor-sweeping curtains are a perfect match for floral wall decals that seem plucked right out of a storybook.
Black & White Floral Nursery
Monochrome flowers add a contemporary twist to a classic idea. This room has them dressed up with pops of pink and gold, but you can just as easily go full monochrome and create a gorgeous flower room in starker contrast. (Peep more black-and-white nursery inspiration!)
Pink & Teal Floral Nursery
A less obvious but still fabulous color introduction to the flower room is teal. The pairing feels fun and feminine—and allows the pinks to shine.
Eclectic Floral Nursery
Kids’ rooms should be fun, and this one doesn’t disappoint. Old Hollywood on the walls, a striped chair, and punchy tulip wallpaper with matching curtains all work together to create a scene that’s bright, beautiful, and playful.
Grand & Glam Floral Nursery
Take a page from the past with a granny-chic nursery all dolled up in floral wall panels and a rose-gold or brass crib. Stunning is an understatement.
Dark Floral Nursery
Deep, mercurial, and hauntingly enchanted … Are we talking about your child’s room or toddler mood swings? Puffy white flowers on a black background are so special, they’ll make even the hard days look gorgeous. (More shockingly chic black nursery ideas!)
Purple & White Floral Nursery
Lilac is a lovely addition to the nursery, less seen than pink and just as pretty. These wall stickers pull the whole look together—enhance it with more purple in the rug and crib bedding if you want that shade to dominate.
Color-Saturated Floral Nursery
Photo: Style By Emily Henderson
Being dramatic isn’t always a bad thing, and in a baby’s room it can be very, very good. Chartreuse, coral, magenta, and jade come out to play against a soft pink background in this stunning floral nursery.
Blush & Gold Floral Nursery
Photo: Project Nursery
Classic, feminine, and soft are the feelings portrayed in a white room decorated generously with pale pink florals and lots of gold accents.
Cheerful Floral Nursery
Photo: Effortless Style Interiors
This cheerful baby girl room reflects your love of all things old-meets-new with gingham, hot pink, and glam vintage details throughout. The only problem with putting together such a fun nursery is that you might be a bit jealous of your bub.
Floral Nursery Curtains
Photo: Eggshell Home
Want to bring on the flowers but in a different way? Stick to drama in the drapes and let the walls whisper.
Neutral Floral Nursery
Photo: Liz Eidelman
While pastel or bright colors can be really pretty, there is something quite cozy and calm about a flower themed baby room of beiges, taupes, and white. (Browse more neutral nurseries!)
Soft Pink Floral Nursery
Photo: DIY Darlin’
If you love the classics, there’s no beating a pale pink flower room. Take a hint from this stylish mama and paint the dresser or another accent piece pink to match the flowers and pull everything together.
Modern Floral Nursery
Photo: Foxy Oxie
A fun take is to think outside the field or garden and mix flower motifs with city scenes. This room showcases a balance of city and country and lets the flowers shine.
Poppy-Theme Floral Nursery
Baby in RED. Bright, bold poppies are a nontraditional and show-stopping take on the floral nursery trend, and these two seem to approve!
Bright & Contemporary Floral Nursery
Photo: Project Nursery
Your little one will be no wallflower, but the flowers on the walls of her nursery are very welcome. We love this sweeping look for a baby room, and your kiddo will no doubt love it for years to come.
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