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10 Wallpaper Ideas For Your Nursery

Wallpaper isn’t just for your grandmother’s house anymore. Wallpapering is making a comeback! And we’re not really surprised. With so many stunning wallpaper prints and designs out there, the options are endless. A fun wallpaper can take your baby’s nursery from average to amazing. Take a look at our favorites!

Flower Child

How gorgeous is this May Meadow wall mural from Rebel Walls? It’s colorful and springy and perfect for a nursery. Use it on one wall as an accent, or around the entire room to create a garden getaway for your little one.

This wallpaper is perfect for a Spring Time Nursery and pairs perfectly with our Blushing Butterflies Premier Zen Swaddle and Zen Sack!

Geometric Rainbow

These multicolored triangles are a perfect accent wall. The colors are fun but not overbearing and are great for staying gender neutral.

Try this look as your big pop of color in and otherwise all white nursery.

90s Baby

Throwback anyone? This wallpaper looks like something straight out of Saved By the Bell, which is why we love it. A cool piece of funky nostalgia that comes in pink or blue.


Use this wallpaper to spice up the traditional pink and blue color schemes for your nursery – then pick the Soft Pink or Powder Blue Zen Swaddle or Zen Sack to match!

Sweet & Simple

We love this fun cityscape doodled wallpaper. Get it in grey or black for a neutral but detailed accent wall.


Add this to a wall in your monochromatic nursery as a fun crib backdrop. Add in your baby wrapped in our Pearl White Zen Swaddle or snuggled in our Grey Zen Sack? Can anyone say “Insta-worthy?”

Bollywood Baby

These colors are to die for (it comes in a fun pink and navy combo too!) and gender neutral. The little elephant adds playfulness to an elegant design, so this wallpaper is sure to match your child’s style well into their teenage years.

Into the Woods

We LOVE woodland themed nurseries (can’t you tell by our Friendly Fox print?). This birch tree wallpaper is super simple, but stunning, and the perfect addition to your Woodland themed nursery.


Check out everything else you need for a playful woodland nursery on the Zen Blog.

Whimsical Dream

This abstract wallpaper is too pretty, and it comes in a few other color combos as well- but this was our fav. Yellows, purples, pinks, and greens make for a really soft and dreamy look that’s perfect  with our Soft Pink or Pearl White Zen Swaddle.


This wallpaper puts a twist on the traditional herringbone pattern with its ombre effect and we love it. This wallpaper will never go out of style and will transition from nursery to toddler’s room to teenager’s space easily! This would look stunning in an “Au Natural” nursery, which will be one of the biggest nursery trends you’ll see this spring.

Head in the Clouds

Keep your baby’s imagination going with this precious whimsy wallpaper.

Fun Florals

Watercolors are one of the biggest nursery trends of the season. You need these beautiful big flowers on your nursery wall and a soft pink Zen Swaddle on your baby. Perfection.


Speaking of florals, this self-adhesive vintage poppy wallpaper on Etsy is so fun! Another favorite.


Don’t know where to start? Take a look at DIY to learn how to wallpaper a room.

You can truly transform any space with removable paper that's easy to put up and take off. From bold prints to geometric patterns, the options are endless when decorating a nursery with removable wallpaper.  - Nursery Design Studio

If you love the idea of wallpaper but are looking for something with a little less commitment, try lining your dresser drawers for an unexpected pop of color and design. Or wallpaper the inside of the room’s closet and take the doors off! Extra space and a whole new look.

Christina Alario

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