I’ve got two kids, and most days, I wonder how I do it. How do I survive and keep my home (mostly) running smoothly? One kid was so much work, and two is definitely harder. I can’t imagine how moms of multiples do it, and you have my utmost respect! Seriously, you mamas are amazing.

You know what else is amazing? Moms with twins who manage to decorate the babies’ nursery in such a stylish way. I mean it! Putting a room together for a child is a lot of work, and I’m so inspired by fabulous nurseries that have such beautiful details. Just take a look at these because they put Martha Stewart to shame.

source: Heartfelt Helen

1. Amazing Chalkboard Wall

My little guy has a chalkboard pocket door on his closet, so this chalkboard wall caught my attention. It’s such a fun way to personalize the space and allow the babies (once they’re old enough) to go crazy with expressing themselves on the wall without damaging it. The contrast of the girly colors and details is fabulous. And how cute are those pinwheel mobiles?

Head over to Heartfelt Helen to check out more of this charming nursery.

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source: Brooklyn Berry Designs

2. Fun Boyish Stripes

The focal point of this nursery is definitely the striped wall. The neutral colors are so calming, and I love the idea of the baby photos over each crib! The hints of blue and green give the space a nice boyish touch, and the multiple prints on the bumpers are too cute.

Learn more about this nursery’s transformation, and get inspired with other project ideas at Brooklyn Berry Designs.

source: The Frosted Petticoat

3. Serene Place To Dream

When I look at this nursery, I feel so peaceful. Look at the serene colors and design. That rug is so fabulous, and I think the round cribs are so unique! Everything here is so elegant. The combination of various textures and shapes really pulls this nursery together.

Check out the rest of this room on The Frosted Petticoat, where’s there’s tons more to explore.

source: Dallas Moms Blog

4. Playful Pink And Gray

What’s great about this nursery is that it’s clearly for twin girls, but it’s not overly girly. The mostly gray design allows for pops of pink and different prints throughout. The birds on the trees wall sketch is adorable! This is a room that the girls could grow into, because it is youthful but not too baby-ish.

Take a look at the rest of the design by visiting Dallas Moms Blog.

source: Twist Me Pretty

5. Clean And Modern

Props to this couple for designing a baby nursery that is anything but textbook nursery style. A couch in between the cribs? How creative! The pops of color are really fun and this is such a clean looking nursery. (No, seriously, there are absolutely no crumbs or anything on the floor!).

Pop over to Twist Me Pretty to see the rest of this amazing room.

source: Haven & Home

6. Pretty Rustic Chic

One word that comes to mind when I look at this twin nursery is “pretty.” This is just so pretty. Not in the girly, feminine sense, but in the “sight for sore eyes” sense. I just like looking at this room. It is so chic, and I love the incorporation of pieces like the dresser that are rustic style.

Stop by Haven & Home to get a closer look at this pretty room.

source: Decor Pad

7. Sleep Side By Side

How cute is it that the cribs for these twin boys are side by side? The layout of this room is very unique, which makes the design really interesting. It has a modern feel with pops of boyish elements, and it’s playful and fun without being too grown up.

Learn more about the pieces that were used in this nursery at Decor Pad.

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Leena Kollar

Leena Kollar

Contributing Writer at Life As Mama
I'm a wife, mother and everything else associated with domestic life. I can often be found hiding from my kids to sneak treats (especially ice cream). I love rainbows and naps, and I find any excuse to go to Target. When I actually make it out of the house in real clothes, I document my outfits on my fashion blog, Leather & Lip Gloss. My love for fashion also inspired me to start my own comprehensive style website, The Style Spectrum.
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