Double the trouble? Then it’s most definitely double the fun!
At least, when it comes to decorating the nursery, right?
The current trend for twin nurseries is all about gender-neutral – soft tones of grey, white, or pastel tones of pink and blue. Choose a specific theme for your nursery or stick to a more generic feel with some quality furnishing.
Here are my top 15 styles any bundles of joy would happily drift off!
Gorgeous Twin Nurseries
1. Boho Vibes
Twin nurseries with boho vibes are great both for baby boys, and baby girls. With neutral, pastel colors they easily could match any interior.
2. Floral Chic
Blush pink, golden framed mirror, and statement chandelier- all chic elements for a gorgeous girly twin nursery.
3. Little Ladies Nursery
4. Farmhouse Twin Nurseries
source: Antique Farmhouse
5. Black& White Twin Nursery
Gender-neutral, timeless, with a golden touch!
6. Bright Twin Nursery
Bold and bright for a happy girl/boy twin fun!
7. Canu Nursery
Farmhouse touch with earth tones, elements, and fabrics.
8. Nordic Style
Simplicity and white tones are the staple of this Scandinavian-style nursery for twins. Gender-neutral is always a bonus!
9. Grey & White Tones
Beautiful tones of grey and combinations with white make you feel like you’re on a cloud when you enter this nursery.
10. Who Needs a Crib
… when you can have a hanging cradle! Brilliant, I want one of these! (please note: for safety reasons never put soft toys or blankets next to the baby’s face)
11. Striped Wall
The neutral striped wall and canvas prints of both babies are adorable.
12. Woodland Nursery
Vibrant and colorful, ideal for two little girls!
13. Playful Safari Nursery
Playful, yet sophisticated with a little safari theme going on.
14. Chalkboard Wall Nursery
When the kids get older, they can use it for their art adventures.
15. Neutral with Round Cribs
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16. Cartoons and Candy
How happy would you be to stay in this casa? A cheerful bright room full of happiness.
17. Draped Ceiling
This place looks literally like heaven.
18. Fit for a Princess
.. or two. Treat them like royalty and dedicate one glorious room like this just to those little girls.
19. Featured Play Wall
Feature their favorite toys or books.
20. Bright Cribs
Make them the centerpiece of the whole room with this bright design.
21. Go Bold
For the boy’s room, experiment with bold statement colors!
22. Vintage Inspired
Add a few vintage details to add a bit of a personality to a small nursery.
Which one of these is your favorite? Do you have a particular style you used in your nursery for your twins? Leave a comment below!
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3 thoughts on “Double the Fun – 20+ Gorgeous Twin Nurseries”
I think a lot of parents DON’T know about blankets etc. It wasn’t always the way…so photos may influence a young mother who is unaware.These babies are sleeping….and putting things around them after they fell asleep for a photo may have awakened (unless they do as photographers tend to now and turn up the temp to keep them sleeping). But in the one on the right it looks like that blanket is up against the baby to keep the pacifier in place….I found several other photos with similar blanket, cloth diaper and toys , stuffed animals in the babies’ beds on her instagram acct. No tone or attitude here- just think that passing along without a disclaimer can be seen as an endorsement.
I noticed the same thing. Although it’s a lovely photo, some parents really don’t know better. The photo models a very unsafe bedding habit – having stuffed animals, blankets and loose items in with your infant significantly increases the chance of SIDS. Perhaps a disclaimer with the photo would help new parents enjoy the picture but recognize it’s not something to be imitated.
Delete the photo of the babies in their beds stuffed up with blankets and things with them! If youre a mother you KNOW that is not a safe thing, even for just a photo! How could anyone trust anything you have to say on your blog?