Find Your Nursery Style A picture-perfect quiz for expecting parents

Is it time to start planning the baby’s room? The first step is to find your nursery style. And since you already have about a million things to do, we’re here to make this part easy.

Use the photo quiz below to see what speaks to you—and what that means for your little’s one first room. Ultimately, this will help you narrow down the options so you can let the real fun begin. (Which is doing the shopping!)

 

Nursery Style #1

 

Love this look? Then your nursery style is glam.

What it means: You believe it’s never too early to feel a little fancy, and we’re all for that.

What to look for: Glam is all about creating a look that is polished and chic. Choose pieces with an elegant touch, like the cut-outs on our Ashton crib, or the luxe hardware on the matching dresser. As for the color palette, keep it mostly neutral, with gold and silver metallic accents.

 

Nursery Style #2

 

Love this look? Then your nursery style is modern loft.

What it means: You’re artsy and effortless, with an eclectic touch.

What to look for: Think of modern loft as industrial style, only a little softer. That means edgy, rustic touches, like the exposed corner joints on our Piermont crib, plus natural materials like the rope-entwined chandelier. You’ll also want to stick with dry (aka non-glossy) finishes and minimal décor.

 

Nursery Style #3

 

Love this look? Then your nursery style is modern.

What this means: You’re not just a regular mom—you’re a cool mom.

What to look for: This style is anything but traditional, so avoid anything that feels too cutesy. Instead, go for clean lines with a sleek twist, like the modern detailing on our Imperial collection. Likewise, use the pastels sparingly, and throw in some glossy or metal details.

 

Nursery Style #4

 

Love this look? Then your nursery style is coastal.

What this means: You’re breezy and laid-back, and you need the décor to match.

What to look for: Go for furniture that has soft lines, like the arched headboard of our Glenbrook crib—bonus points for a crisp, white finish. Nautical elements are also a must, whether it’s a jute rug, beachy blue colors, or something like our driftwood-inspired wall mirror.

 

Nursery Style #5

 

Love this look? Then your nursery style is traditional.

What this means: You know that sometimes you just can’t beat the classics.

What to look for: Above all, traditional style is timeless, so your design choices should reflect that. Choose pieces that celebrate craftsmanship and detail, like the wood paneling on our Kenilworth crib. Pair that with classic colors and shapes, like navy blues with stripes and triangles.