6 of the Sweetest Baby Nurseries You Can Imagine

These newborns have it made — thanks to the latest One Room Challenge.

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Marcus Design

Mom and Dad won't mind staying up all night in these beautiful and thoughtfully designed spaces. participants knocked this one out of the park!

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Preciously Me
Whimsical Touches

This French nursery from Paris has some adorable touches. Nadia, for Preciously Me, brought in sophisticated colors while adding whimsy and curiosity to the room. I adore the "fairy door" where imagination and dreams can be cultivated.

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Old House to New Home
Colorful Crib

Crib colors have come a long way. There is no scientific evidence to prove it, but I think blogger Amanda's baby (arriving this summer!) will sleep through the night in this adorable turquoise crib. Sweet dreams!

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Homework Design Co.
Forest Greens

Blogger Malorie's baby boy nursery will give you lots of ideas. I never would have thought to use a deep green on the walls, and now I'm sad I didn't think of it when my son was young. And this stunning dresser-turned-changing-table is one of the most impressive transformations I have ever seen — you will not believe the "before"!

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A Shade of Teal
Rustic Glam

A Shade of Teal blogger Katy transformed this room into a soothing retreat featuring rustic wood accent pieces and soft, feminine touches. Some of the storage ideas are brilliant — I particularly like the changing table area.

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Marcus Design Inc.
Classic and Cozy

Pale grey walls paired with stunning graphic wallpaper set the stage for Nancy's nursery. I love the shelves filled with classic books. You know your mom has good taste when she adds a gold bamboo light fixture to your room!

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Pink Little Notebook
Soft and Sweet

I adore pink and grey together. Sabrina of Pink Little Notebook was able to use these colors while maintaining sophistication throughout the space. It's hard to choose one favorite element, but I love the use of paint to suggest a playhouse area for crafting and reading.

, is the creator and host of the wildly popular , which brings designers and bloggers together two times a year to re-imagine a room in their homes. Follow her on Instagram and check out more room makeovers via .

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