Okay, let me just say this first: no babies here. Just in case you were wondering, you know? (And if you weren't, well then...er, sorry for sharing more than you needed.)
BUT. I just have to post these here because I absolutely love them and if I were pregnant (which I'm not), I'd be busily turning the office into something inspired by these beautiful spaces.
First one up is Ashley Campbell's nursery for her daughter. I first saw it on Design Sponge. I adore, of course, all that white, but I'm also really drawn to the cheery pinks and oranges, in addition to all the vintage touches. And that repurposed bed made out of pallets and an old door? Love love love.
Second up is this wonderful nursery, a collaboration between Barb Blair of knack studios and Teresa Roche of Art & Light. I love the unexpected use of chocolate brown in the ceiling and the magical woodlands feel to it. I am particularly attracted to the fact that nothing is baby-themed here, which is just how I'd like a nursery:
Finally, this nursery, belonging to Dan Gneiding's baby daughter... Where do I start on what draws me to this one..? It's that combination of a collection-of-vintage-items-accumulated-over-time feel, with a modern twist (like the yellow on that antique crib). There is something very lived-in and a little bit bohemian about it that I just love so.
(images: 1.-3. via apartment therapy; 4. via knack; 5. via designsponge; 6.-9. via head over heels)