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15 bed sets that will complete your baby’s nursery, from mod patterns to traditional designs
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Your city babe will sleep soundly on this bed of skyscrapers with bright turquoise and orange accents. Bonus: it’s gender neutral without resorting to yellow or green.
Ikea’s sprightly sheets set the stage for a cheerful (and cheap) nursery. With a rainbow of colors to choose from, go any which way with color on other room accessories.
In the Pink
Hot for hot pink? Using it sparingly as an accent color in a boho paisley print keeps it from being overpowering.
Dandelions make us think of wishes coming true, and what sentiment could be more appropriate for your little girl’s room? The brown accents tone down the pink, making this set feminine but not princess-y.
Like modern design but want something soft for the nursery? This subtly mod bedding in rich brown delivers contemporary-lite style.
Fish Out of Water
Love the pop of orange? This sophisticated crib set showcases the shade subtly in a chic koi motif in organic cotton.
Let It Blossom
A peaceful cherry blossom print gives your baby’s room a touch of Asian inspiration. Ric-rac trim adds a sweet, crafty touch.
Boy Oh Boy
Brown and blue look unexpectedly perfect together. Pinstripes paired with this botanical pattern make for a sophisticated nursery for a boy.
The Dark Side
The use of dark colors in a nursery can create a warm, cozy nook for your bambino. The mix-n-match patterns of this bold set add a touch of boho whimsy.
Say My Name
Already have a name picked out? Make the nursery his own before Junior’s even born with this clean and classic personalized crib set.
Nautical meets ‘60s geometrics with this crisp cobalt crib set, which makes a bold statement (at a bold price).
Who can know what your baby’s temperament will be like, but cross your fingers for a laid-back good sleeper with this zen crib set in soothing shades of light pink and cocoa.
If your default look is Lilly Pulitzer, then this cheery prep-inspired set is just the thing for your daughter’s nursery. Extra-special touch: the striped ribbon ties.
This dreamy set from Shabby Chic designer Rachel Ashwell looks vintage—perfect paired with an old-fashioned Jenny Lind-style crib.
I See France
Into French Country style? Quilted toile and gingham in muted sage set the stage for a baby’s room with a provincial feel.