Beach Baby Nursery

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I've been dreaming of a beach baby nursery since trying to have a baby for 5 years now.  Not knowing the sex of your baby is so fun.  Especially when it tortures your family.  The beach is quite unisex but Max can make his room surf or nautical or pirates whenever he pleases. Until then we will relax in our little tropical paradise.

Design Inspiration

Florida beach bungalows in my favorite part of the Panhandle where old style and cool aqua and turquoise fill my head.

Decorating Style

Clean fresh ocean and sand color backgrounds allowing all the pops of primary colors that children's toys and beachy sea life provides.

Project Details

IKEA: Crib, Daybed, Armoire, Changing dresser, trofast toy storage

Home Depot: Rug and ceiling fan

World Market: Picture frames

Jo Ann Craft: Wooden wall crates

etsy: Custom footstool

Nautica: Curtains

Benjamin Moore: Cool Mint

Flensted Seagull Mobile: All Modern

Favorite Items

The daybed is the best! Relaxing, nursing and great for company it pulls out to a queen.


The beach is simple, use your own beach photos and pull inspiration from the colors of the sand, water and sea shells. Ikea and a fresh coat of paint are very affordable.

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