Oh, spring. We’re so glad you’re finally here. After a long winter, the changing of seasons (along with warmer temperatures) is a refreshing change of pace. As flowers bloom, trees sprout new leaves and the beauty of nature slowly changes around us, we can’t get enough of pastel colors in everything — even the nursery! Planning your baby’s special nest? We’re feeling inspired by these oh-so-pretty pastel-colored rooms…

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It’s spring all year long with this gorgeous floral wallpaper. Choosing just one side to hang wallpaper will make a charming accent wall (and save you the headache of covering the entire space)!



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Stay on trend by color-blocking your wall with this vibrant yellow. And how about that adorable tree-shaped bookcase as an added accent? You can learn how to color block a wall in this helpful video.



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This nursery is in the home of actress/model and mother of two, Molly Sims. We love that she chose this cornflower blue — such a calm and soothing pastel, which creates a calm space for baby, too.



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Spring means the sounds of birds chirping, so it feels only right to consider these precious birdhouse-inspired storage boxes for displaying baby’s special trinkets and keepsakes.



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The wall art coordinates beautifully with the pale pink and aqua in this sweet little gal’s nursery. If you’re looking for affordable yet unique nursery wall art, check out these easy DIY options.



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Pastel colors can be mixed in with darker accents for a nursery that really stands out. We love pairing a dark rug with lighter walls, while selecting pastel accessories to really bring the room together (the floral chandelier really stole our hearts).



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While gray is probably not the first color that comes to mind when decorating a nursery, it can be the perfect contrasting color to a pastel favorite, in this case, peach.



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If wall papering or even painting is not in your nursery design plan, what about decal stickers? Using a decal is one of the easiest ways to make baby’s nursery extra special.



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This sea foam green is another pastel that says spring is here to stay, all year long. And we’re just fine with that.