Nursery Wallpaper Ideas

Wallpaper has been out of style in nurseries for a while, but like most trends, they eventually come back again! And we are so happy this trend is back!  Nursery wallpaper is a great decorating tool that can easily transform a space into your dream nursery!

Wallpaper now comes in trendy and fun patterns, with easy application methods! This is ideal for all those trendy momma’s that want to create a unique space with extra style! Wallpaper can be used as an accent wall to create a focal point or on all four walls to create a more dramatic look! Patterns ranging from neutral to floral to warm to whimsy, the list goes on and on! Oh my, let the fun begin!

Here are some of our favorite wallpaper inspired nurseries that we are currently loving!


We love the feminine and chic feel floral brings to any room. Especially walls! We adore this floral nursery that is dramatic and fun. The floral wallpaper adds all the color to the space with just one accent wall. The other decorative touches such as the fun tee-pee and the different patterned crib collection add to the room's appeal, but it is definitely the wallpaper that steals the show! it just us or does this nursery wallpaper remind you of  the talking flowers from Alice in Wonderland?


We love neutral wallpaper because of its versatility. Adding some pattern with a neutral color scheme allows you to add color in other ways. Having neutral wallpaper is about finding a pattern your little babe can grow into. Then it is easy to add other patterns with pops of color in the curtains, pillows, baby bedding and decor!

We love this neutral nursery wallpaper as an accent wall. This nursery is fresh and bright, but yet so simple and sweet! This wallpaper will be easy to grow with baby! It is sophisticated but simple, which is ideal if you want to keep the wallpaper for a while.

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We love Nick Carter's steampunk nursery wallpaper that is subtle yet adventurous! This nursery evokes wander and is whimsical yet masculine for baby Odin. Paired with industrial touches, modern furniture, and the antique wallpaper, this nursery just works! Major room envy over here! For more on Nick Carter's nursery and baby bedding by New Arrivals, Inc. click here.


Vintage nurseries are for those sophisticated babies that just don't know it yet. Being surrounded with elegant decor will help shape that little ones style. We love vintage nursery wallpaper for its charm and elegance. Vintage wallpaper can include florals, intricate patterns, and whimsical animals such as birds and butterflies.

The vintage details found in this nursery add to its beauty. The vintage nursery wallpaper mixed with the wood paneling covers all the walls. Breaking up the dramatic pattern found in the wallpaper with the wood paneling creates a not so overwhelming look. We love the white paneling for its brightening features. The antique gold mirror that hangs over the bright white crib and the fur rug add that vintage elegance that we love.


Southwestern nurseries are oh so hot right now. We love southwestern spaces because they include a bohemian feel with Indian inspired pieces. Cacti around nurseries are so fun and what is better than having cacti wallpaper! This nursery has one accent wall of the fun cactus wallpaper with other neutral and simple pieces. The white crib pops against the patterned nursery wallpaper  and we love the bronze detail pieces found in the trunk and the lighting.


Bohemian wallpaper is simple but unique.  And it is everything that we love! This wallpaper style can be in any color. Use wallpaper as a backdrop for your nursery, then add other decor items to create the style you want for the room.
The space below includes a modern bohemian wallpaper in blue. The pink bohemian style rug and bohemian hanging chair and wreath help depict the space into its true category. The wallpaper features a modern pattern with a soft baby blue tone. We absolutely love this space!

Are you currently designing a wallpaper inspired nursery or already loving yours? We would love to hear your thoughts and comments below!

Photo Credits:

 Domino // New Arrivals, Inc. // Style Me Pretty // Project Nursery // House of Jade Interiors