Some BA Nursery Inspiration

Welcome to that awkward time in your life where some of your friends are grindin’ and bar-hoppin’ as singles, others are getting engaged or married, and some are having…..BABIES! 

Babies, those chubby, moving, squalling things that you have to not break or screw up as they grow and develop in this harsh, cruel world. Today, I salute my friends who are officially adults (unlike me) and solidly responsible. A nursery gives you a chance to get creative, knowing it will all change quicker than it came. So here, dear people, is some BA Nursery inspiration (today, the BA stands for Baby Ass, we honor you): 

Create a Feature Wall: Who knows how many times this design opportunity will knock on your door. Create a feature wall with unique stenciling, wall decals, or if you’re very creative, paint a mural yourself. 

Transitional Nursery by Ottawa Interior Designers & Decorators Leclair Decor

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Contemporary Nursery by Toronto Interior Designers & Decorators Dvira – Interior Design Toronto

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Transitional Nursery by Mill Valley Window Treatments Weatherill Interiors

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Contemporary Nursery by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Melanie Stewart Design

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Transitional Nursery by Scottsdale Interior Designers & Decorators J & J Design Group, LLC.

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Contemporary Nursery

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Contemporary Nursery by Brooklyn Kids & Nursery SISSY+MARLEY

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Transitional Nursery by Chicago Interior Designers & Decorators SuzAnn Kletzien Design

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Traditional Kids by Evansville Artists & Artisans Anita Roll Murals

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Go Gender Neutral: Perhaps your bundle of joy is a surprise or you are sick of perpetuating gender stereotypes like baby blue and light pink. Go neutral and even use neutral tones in your neutralization fascination. 
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Transitional Nursery by Scottsdale Architects & Building Designers Maracay Homes Design Studio

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Transitional Kids by Douglasville Kids & Nursery Carousel Designs

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Transitional Nursery by Brooklyn Kids & Nursery SISSY+MARLEY

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Transitional Nursery by Beverly Hills Interior Designers & Decorators Erinn V Design Group

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Transitional Nursery by Calgary Architects & Building Designers Alykhan Velji Design

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Contemporary Nursery by Dublin Interior Designers & Decorators KDL Interiors LLC

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Go Grandiose: Maybe you want to name your baby “Princess” or “Reign” or “Ruler” that is up to you, no judgement here. Or maybe you are really into traditional style. Feel free to go over-the-top and elegant with your nursery. 

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Traditional Nursery by Bernardsville Interior Designers & Decorators Kristin Ashley Interiors

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Contemporary Nursery by Bethesda Design-Build Firms OPaL, LLC

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Traditional Nursery by Plano Home Builders Shaddock Homes

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Transitional Nursery by Solana Beach Interior Designers & Decorators Lori Gentile Interior Design

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Traditional Kids by Irvine Kids & Nursery Little Crown Interiors

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Traditional Kids by Irvine Kids & Nursery Little Crown Interiors

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Traditional Nursery by Newport Beach Kids & Nursery Rockabye Mommy, LLC

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Pick and Stick to a Color Theme: Choose a color palette that suites you and your pending bundle. Great accessories to incorporate color in an inexpensive, safe way are plushy floor poufs and paper lanterns. Don’t be afraid to mix in a whole lot of pattern. 

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Eclectic Nursery by Vancouver Interior Designers & Decorators The Cross Interior Design

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Transitional Nursery by Etobicoke Home Builders Leprevo Design-Build

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Contemporary Nursery by Seattle Interior Designers & Decorators Tewes Design

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Contemporary Nursery by Los Angeles Interior Designers & Decorators Amy Sklar Design Inc

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Transitional Nursery by Douglasville Kids & Nursery Carousel Designs

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Good luck everyone with your little nuggets, now or down the road. 
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Stay saucy,
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Jenn
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