Decorating your baby’s nursery often starts with the crib bedding. And rightfully so, as the crib bedding often dictates a theme, color scheme, or general vibe for your child’s first room.
But there are thousands of options out there. No really, have you tried shopping for crib bedding? The options are never-ending. And as much as we love options, that much choice is downright overwhelming.
So to help steer you in the right direction, here are four different ways to go with crib bedding–all adorable, of course. Use them as inspiration when your nesting sets in.
If you’re having a girl and you’re on the fence about frilly girly baby bedding, this beautiful bedding set ($395) by Serena and Lily is a nice balance of feminine and earthy. It would look beautiful in a modern room, but could also work in a nursery with a more vintage feel.
A madras fabric is a great foundation for a non-babyish feel in your son’s nursery. This crib bedding set ($140) from Pottery Barn Kids is just the right amount of preppy, and you can build a nautical or sports theme around it.
It’s no secret we love Skip Hop here at MOMfinds, and their “On the Dot” crib bedding ($200) is exactly why. Bold, primary colors look amazing if you are going with modern nursery furniture, and work wonderfully if your baby’s gender is a surprise.
Don’t ever underestimate the power–and beauty–of a plain white crib bedding set. This organic crib bedding set ($335) by Carousel Design leaves you open for a plethora of decorating ideas.
Get more inspiration for your nursery in our dream nursery guide.
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