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These Nurseries Take You to a Tropical Paradise Every Day

You can hit the beach every single day when you design your nursery in a tropical oasis theme. If themed nurseries aren’t your thing, don’t give up just yet. This beachy look manages to toe the line between subtle and bold and will whisk you away to your favorite tropical memory with even just two to three coastal touches.

Introducing a palm leaf print is this year’s easiest way to incorporate the tropical theme into your space. Make a huge impact when you dress your windows in well-tailored drapes, like these palm leaf curtain panels in this nursery designed by Willa Ford.

Patterned Nursery by WFord InteriorsPatterned Nursery by WFord Interiors

This tropical-themed nursery is head to toe all about that vacation life. Choosing a palm leaf wallpaper takes you straight into a warm, tropical jungle—and that sounds fantastic! These tropical decals allow you to customize your design, this tropical wallpaper is an instant transformation, and this wallpaper offers a more subtle version of this beachy wallpapered look.

Coco’s Tropical NurseryCoco’s Tropical Nursery

Babies have the life! Not only is the DockATot one of the most coveted baby products of the year for its ability to relax babies and toddlers, but now it also comes in vacay-ready printed covers like this banana leaf, this night falls cover, and this pineapple paradise print. Now, if only we could dock-a-parent, am I right?!

Palm Beach Meets Boho Chic NurseryPalm Beach Meets Boho Chic

If you’re all about those tropical vibes, but not so much for every day, how about throwing a palm-tastic party instead? Make sure your little one looks the part with this boho headband, oh and here’s something fabulous for you too, Mom.

Unpacified Tropical Wild and Three PartyAt the Party with Unpacified

Welcome to the coastal jungle! Sure you can pot all the plants and hang faux leaves from the ceiling (we’re totally into it!), but you can also achieve the look with a great organic palm blanket, too.

Tropic Paradise meets Boho DIY NurseryTropic Paradise meets Boho DIY Nursery

Love all of those palm leaves but looking for something on the easier side? How about framing some faux banana plant and palm leaves? More of the Amazon Mom as opposed to the Pinterest Mom? We get it. Here ya go.

nursery by @prarthna_vasnursery by @prarthna_vas

Shelves are an excellent place to display a collection of beach-inspired decor. Go for washed out colors, natural materials, and throw in a nautical knot piece and, of course, a whale piggy bank.

Beach Baby NurseryBeach Baby Nursery

Not all beach themes are created equal. Take your nursery’s look over to Palm Beach for a more high-end look when you work in gold accents, tailored drapes and custom ottomans and pillows.

Edie’s Palm Beach Inspired NurseryEdie’s Palm Beach Inspired Nursery

Maybe you love the beach, but just a little bit? Create a tropical moment with a small wall shelf display of beach-themed items that are sure to take you away during any parenting, I mean baby, meltdown. We love this pineapple critter, laser cut surfboard, California board book and camper trailer.

In the Nursery with Forrest and JIn the Nursery with Forrest and J

Sometimes all it takes is a large scale art print of the beach. Enlarge one of your own photos (from your babymoon maybe?) or try out these options from Amazon, Jenny’s Print Shop or Target.

Laguna Beach in the NurseryLaguna Beach in the Nursery

For our finale, I encourage you to pull out all of the beach-themed stops and name your child Ocean. Cute, right?You can at least have beachy fun with your newborn portraits and monthly pics thanks to this swaddle blanket. Or you can just clad your walls in driftwood-style shiplap wallpaper and hang a fabulous palm art print like in this nursery designed by Vanessa Antonelli. Done and done!

An Industrial Chic Beach Nursery Alexa and Carlos PenaVega’s NurseryAn Industrial Chic Beach Nursery: Alexa and Carlos PenaVega’s Nursery

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