15 Dreamy Nursery Wallpaper Designs
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
Gone are the days where nursery wallpapers were cheesily designed, hard to apply...and even harder to remove. Just like the modern nursery itself—which has taken a turn for the more subtle and sophisticated— baby wallpaper has gotten a major makeover. Now, not only does nursery wallpaper mean no longer sweating over its installation (and eventual removal), it also means adding instant style points to your baby’s room.
Even better, today’s trendy nursery wallpaper can be adapted for any personal taste. Many parents strategically deploy nursery wallpaper as an accent wall and paint the other walls in a complementary tone. But with the right baby wallpaper, a four-walled approach can be absolutely fab, too.
Whether monochrome, colorful, elegant, or bold, there is a baby wallpaper for every type of nursery. Here are some classic, contemporary, and downright fun nursery wallpaper ideas to inspire you as you build the perfect room for your bundle of joy.
Minimalist Nursery Wallpaper
Boho baby vibes coming in strong! How gorgeous is this black-and-white nursery wallpaper from Murals Wallpaper? It is the perfect gender-neutral solution for any nursery design, and can be built upon with your choice of colourful, or neutral, furniture and decor.
Chic Floral Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: Rebel Walls
There are so many ways to incorporate floral-print walls, but we are partial to this vibrant nursery wallpaper design that appears to be growing up from the ground, making it super-whimsical for a baby girl’s room. All-white accents and neutral-coloured furniture complement this bold and girly pattern.
Animal Friends Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: Pottery Barn Kids
Bring the sweetness of the animal kingdom into your little one’s nursery with peel-and-stick wallpaper that is easy to apply and will adapt flawlessly into a toddler’s space in time.
Vintage-Inspired Animal Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: Wallartica via Etsy
The wonder of a bygone era comes to life in these cheerful and funky walls from Etsy. A baby’s room lends itself to the softness, colours, and fun of this cheeky vintage nursery wallpaper print replete with hot air balloons, old-school planes, and a generally timeless sense of joy.
Subtle Woodland Creatures Nursery Wallpaper
The flora and fauna of the natural world make for an ethereal and soothing nursery theme. This subtle wallpaper for babies comes in four colour palettes to best fit your aesthetic for the room.
Olive Branch Nursery Wallpaper
An olive branch is a nice peace offering...as well as an incredibly pretty nursery bedroom wallpaper that can grow with your child.
Nursery Wallpaper for Your Son-Shine
Photo: LilinMomo via Etsy
This is such precious, nature-inspired nursery wallpaper for Baby Boy’s first room. There is a whole world encapsulated in the art, and he can reimagine its story time and time again as he grows up.
Bird + Vine Nursery Wallpaper
Jungle or baby’s bedroom? These creeping vines and nesting birds make for a lush nursery theme. We love how it is paired with an equally bold frond-printed rug, but sleek, minimalist furniture (including the ultimate piece of nursery decor: a SNOO!)
Cheerful + Celestial Nursery Wallpaper
Subtle nursery wallpaper is the key to keeping Baby’s room simple and sweet. A gender-neutral pick like these smiling moons and stars would be absolutely darling for any nursery design.
Bold + Bright Geometric Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: Coloritto via Etsy
Bright, bold colors make this nursery wallpaper stand out, and Baby will love growing up in such a fun room. Too pink for your taste? Check out this cool boys’ room option with a similar feel!
Abstract Scenery Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: FloralMural via Etsy
The stunning hues and shapes in this watercolour-inspired mountain mural nursery wallpaper from Etsy should impart sweet dreams on any little one. It is a precious pick for a baby girl’s room!
Tiny Dancer Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: Coloritto via Etsy
This striking girls’ nursery room wallpaper is a totally chic choice for Baby. Stark black is a bold choice, but the sketched ballerinas dancing above your little one’s head add a feminine touch.
Tropical Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: ModifiedTot via Etsy
Your baby girl or boy’s room will be over-the-top fun in a palm-print nursery wallpaper! Create a beachy vibe that nods to your favorite destination...whether that is Falmouth or Portstewart. These fun trees make a cheeky backdrop to any beach-theme nursery, plus they will transition seamlessly to a toddler’s room later on.
Rainbow Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: ModifiedTot via Etsy
The whimsy and hope of rainbows always have a special place in a baby’s room. And this cute rainbow nursery wallpaper is both gender-neutral and extra sweet for the modern nursery.
Balloon Nursery Wallpaper
Photo: LivettesKIDS vis Etsy
Up, up, and away he goes to Dreamland (we hope!). The quintessential baby boy room theme of 'things that go' is brought to life in a magically classic way with this darling wallscape. (Bonus: You can choose from several colorus if blue is not your thing!).
No matter which nursery wallpaper you choose, SNOO Smart Sleeper is one of the most eye-catching—and practical!—additions to any nursery. Learn more about why SNOO tops thousands of parents’ nursery must-haves.
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