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Ultimate Guide To Twin Nurseries And 50 Examples
There are so many decisions to be made when you are expecting a baby but when you having twins, you’ll have to decide even more! The first thing you are probably puzzling over is how to create a lovely and practical twin nursery for your children. The nursery is a special place where you are going to be spending a lot of time with your little ones and it needs to be place you are going to love!
How To Create A Twin Nursery Layout?
Go to the space you are going to use as a nursery and use tape to take the measurements of the space. Plot it out on a piece of paper, making sure to mark the doors, windows, heaters, closet and any other fixed furniture. Generally, there’s three essential zones in the nursery: diapering, sleeping and feeding. Also, think about other important things like storage. Once you’ve identified the openings and fixed furnishings in the sketch of the nursery floor plan, you will be left with the space you can work with.
a beautiful and fresh twin nursery with white cribs and a chair, a round table and a stained dresser, greenery mobiles and pretty artworks
a bold twin nursery with a navy paneled wall, neutral cribs, a disco ball chandelier and a bright printed rug
a bright twin nursery with an accent wall, white cribs, a teal changing table with storage, a pendant lamp and a shelf for display
a catchy adventurous twin nursery with grey cribs, a leather chair, a canoe, an antler chandelier and white paneled walls
a catchy twin nursery with black cribs, an accent wall, a wodoen bead chandelier and a cool changing table is lovely
a chic contemporary nursery with acrylic cribs, white curtains, a bold geo rug and a gold ottoman plus a faux statement plant
a chic nursery with white walls and white and grey furniture, layered rugs, a metal chandelier, a navy curtain and some potted plants
a chic twin nursery in white, with white furniture, neutral artworks, a mother of pearl chandelier and lovely bedding
a colorful mid-century modern nursery with white cribs, a neutral and turquoise dresser, colorful bedding and a colorful rug plus a cool chandelier
How To Style A Twin Nursery?
Picking a color palette for the twin nursery will help the space evolve cohesively. When choosing the palette, look for inspiration from things you love or just look around the house and find out what style you have. Keep in mind that you don’t want to pick too many colors. Choose a neutral color and a few more shades to keep the nursery visually balanced. Also, remember that natural lighting will affect the color in the space. Northern light is indirect and makes color appear darker or less saturated while southern exposure casts a warm glow.
a colorful twin nursery with two white cribs, a dresser, a white chair and a turquoise ottoman, colorful textiles and decor
a contemporary twin nursery with white cribs, shelves with art and books and catchy decals for an accent
a cool boho twin nursery with white cribs, a Persian rug, a grey chair with a footrest, a shelf with some pretty pieces
a creative twin nursery with grey walls, black metal cribs, grey stools, crochet pendant lamps and a grey dresser
a cute and glam twin nursery with grey walls, rose gold cribs, a bunting and lights, pretty artworks and paper flowers
a desert themed twin nursery with stained cribs, cactus on the wall and dresser, a catchy chandelier and a green chair
a dreamy twin nursery with blue paneled walls, lovely stained cribs, mobiles and neutral textiles is a very welcoming space
a farmhouse twin nursery with white cribs, a stained dresser, a wooden bead chandelier, some fake greenery and a vintage window frame
a forest-themed twin nursery with white cribs, tree-printed wallpaper, white and grey furniture and a pretty soft rug
a fun contemporary twin nursery with two white cribs, a gallery wall, printed textiles and a potted plant is cool
a grey and yellow mid-century modern nursery with white cribs, a black dresser, a chic chandelier and a yellow chair
a lovely farmhouse twin nursery with grey walls, white cribs, a stained shelf with artworks and potted greenery plus a ladder
What Furniture To Take For A Twin Nursery?
When picking furniture for your twin nursery design, the cribs are likely to be your biggest investment. Consider the sketch of the floor plan you did before and determine whether should go with cribs that are smaller in size or full-size cribs.
You’ll spend a lot of time on the chair-feeding the twins, rocking them to sleep, reading the twins a book or just gazing at their eyes. Therefore, invest in a chair that’s going to be super comfortable. A nursery chair can be a glider, recliner or a rocker. Some parents decide to opt for a love seat or a sofa instead of the nursery chair, for a twin nursery. That way, there’s enough space for both parents to sit and feed the babies or just hold them.
When designing a nursery for twins, it is imperative that you add as many storage solutions as you can. Babies accumulate so much stuff over time and having designated storage spaces will keep the twins nursery organized and clean at all times. Choose storage options that maximize space such as shelves and bookcases. Use bins and baskets to organize baby’s essentials. Hang closet organizers to store baby’s clothes and increase space in the twins nursery closet.
a lovely neutral nursery with lunar stenciled walls, grey cribs, a layered rugs and grey glitter curtains is very chic
a lovely nursery with a wooden beam on the ceiling, white cribs, a stained dresser, a boho rug and textiles plus baskets for storage
a lovely nursery with ana ccent wall, white tufted cribs, a gallery wlal with animal and navy black-out curtains
a lovely twin nursery with blush walls, grey cribs, a creamy chair with a footrest and a daybed, blush textiles and pretty mobiles
a lovely twin nursery with green walls, matching stained cribs, matching mobiles and a rattan pendant lamp
a lvoely neutral nursery with stained cribs, a grey chair, an animal-shaped ottoman, a white dresser, a shelf with artworks
a mid-century modern nursery with an accent wall, matching cribs and buntings, a changing table and matching mobiles
a mid-century modern nursery with an accent wallpaper wall, black metal cribs, a geometric lamp and layered rugs
a modern twin nursery with printed walls, grey cribs, a stained dresser, a pritned rug, a white chair and a cactus lamp
a mountain twin nursery with an accent mountain wall, white cribs, a grey chair, a stained table and a stool is welcoming
a neutral and pastel nursery with grey walls, white forged cribs, baskets for toys and refined monograms over each crib
Use textures and patterns to give your twins baby room a character. A rug is a key element of the nursery design and will help ground the space while bringing color to the nursery. Look for a rug that is easy to spot clean since you are sure to have some spills. Yet another important element of the design are curtains. Not only will curtains keep light out, but will also dim outside noises allowing the twins to sleep or nap comfortably. Lighting is also an essential nursery decor. Be sure to incorporate both overhead lighting and task lighting to your twins nursery design. A table lamp or a floor lamp placed near the nursery will become invaluable during late night feedings. Don’t forget about artworks or family pics – gallery walls are extremely popular for home decor, and here they will be nice, too. Get inspired by various examples below!
a neutral boho twin nursery with white walls, white cribs, macrame hangings, printed textiles and some greenery
a neutral modern twin nursery with white beadboard walls, white and stained cribs, round mirrors, a pendant lamp and neutral textiles
a neutral twin nursery with a wallpaper wall, grey cribs and a creamy sofa plus a creamy ottoman is very cool
a neutral twin nursery with white cribs, a printed rug, a gilded chest with a globe and a mini gallery wall
a pretty boho mid-century modern nursery with white cribs, terracotta bedding and macrame, a rattan lamp and a printed rug
a pretty twin nursery with a white dresser and changing table, metal cribs, a Persian rug, a basket for storage and a pink ottoman
a retro-inspired twin nursery with blue walls, metal cribs, a stained dresser, a rug and some pretty wreaths on the wall
a retro-inspired twin nursery with stained cribs, a stylish dresser, some pretty kids' furniture and a lovely gallery wall
a serene white nursery with vintage white cribs, a knit ottoman, shades, artworks and a pretty chandelier plus matching mobiles
a small and cute twin nursery with white cribs, navy black-out curtains, a printed rug, potted plants and a lovely retro lamp
a stylish mid-century modern twin nursery with a wallpaper wall, stained cribs, a printed rug and pastel and printed bedding plus art
a stylish neutral nursery with white cribs, a rug, grey canopies, a ledge with artworks and lovely textiles
a tropical twin nursery with a banana leaf wall, white cribs and a peacock chair, a printed rug and a metallic side table
a white twin nursery with pretty cribs, built-in shelves, a crystal chandelier and some pastel and bright toys is cool
an airy contemporary nursery with two matching cribs, neutral textiles and layered rugs, lovely artworks and pendant pompoms
an airy twin nursery with an accent wall, grey crib, a wooden bead chandelier, neutral and printed bedding and a gallery wall
an eye-catchy boho twin nursery with a tropical leaf accent wall, white cribs, wooden stools, macrame and a pendant lamp is wow